My Canadian Pharmacy 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 My Canadian Pharmacy, try the following:
- Battle Creek Health System Overview
- BCHS Strategic Plan
- Mission, Vision, Values and History
- Notice of Privacy Practices
- 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.