Partnering for families in the mid-Michigan Region
Michigan Medicine and Sparrow Health System are committed to providing the right care, at the right time, in the right place through shared clinical goals and ensuring patients have access to specialty care options near their local communities.
Our organizations have partnered to integrate pediatric services offered through Sparrow Children’s Center in Lansing.
Through our new formal partnership, Sparrow Health System and Michigan Medicine C.S. Mott Children’s Hospital are working to strengthen existing services and expand access to pediatric specialty care, while keeping services close to home for families in the mid-Michigan region.
In addition, our collaboration will significantly enhance the patient experience and lead to more coordinated care for pediatric patients from around the region.
Frequently Asked Questions
Through Sparrow Health System in Lansing, our teams collectively offer a wide range of pediatric specialty care:
- pediatric general inpatient care
- Level III regional Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU)
- pediatric intensive care unit (ICU)
- inpatient pediatric hematology and oncology services
- pediatric endocrinology
- pediatric gastroenterology
- pediatric nephrology
- pediatric surgery
- pediatric ophthalmology
- pediatric cardiology
We look forward to expanding access to additional specialty services for children and families in the mid-Michigan region.
How will Michigan Medicine and Sparrow share electronic medical records and documentation? Which patient portal should I use?
Most care you receive through providers at Sparrow Children’s Center will be managed through Sparrow’s electronic medical records systems. Care provided through the pediatric cardiology clinic can be managed through MyUofMHealth.org, Michigan Medicine’s patient portal.
Michigan Medicine providers can access medical records for patients whose care they are involved in seamlessly through the provider portal.