About Battle Creek Health System

Battle Creek Health System was created in 1988 by the merger of Community and Leila hospitals. The purpose was to join the resources of these two community care providers in forming a more robust system of care better capable of meeting the needs of the surrounding communities. Today, the Health System is much more than just a community hospital. It includes the following:

The Fieldstone Center – an inpatient and outpatient mental health facility with programs dedicated to the needs of children, adolescent, adult and senior populations.

Lifespan – a comprehensive network of home health care, hospice services and durable medical equipment.

Mercy Pavilion – a long-term care facility with specialized sub-acute care capabilities and an assisted living residence for more active seniors.

Cancer Care Center – Nationally accredited as a “Community Hospital Comprehensive Cancer Program”, the Center offers a full-range of outstanding cancer treatment, access to cutting edge clinical trials, and a caring and talented multi-disciplinary support staff.

Heart Care Center – Comprised of state-of-the-art diagnostic facilities and a comprehensive rehabilitation program.

Employer Health Services
– Comprised of two occupational health clinics, an Employee Assistance Program (HelpNet) featuring locations across Michigan, and a complete occupational therapy program.

For more information about Battle Creek Health System, try the following:

Battle Creek Health System Overview
BCHS Strategic Plan
Mission, Vision, Values and History
Notice of Privacy Practices

Visiting Hours

Patient Rooms: 9:00 a.m. – 9:00 p.m.
Critical Care: 11:00 a.m. – 9:00 p.m.
Family Birth Center: 11:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m.