Holland Community Health Center

A Brief History

The Holland Community Health Center (HCHC) opened in 1995 with one important goal in mind...to provide primary care for uninsured and under-insured individuals and families within the greater Holland area. Driven by the philosophy that high quality health care is the right of all people, this full service, nonprofit facility offers comprehensive, affordable and accessible health care regardless of language, cultural barriers or ability to pay.

In 2004, Holland Hospital partnered with Michigan Medical, PC, a Grand Rapids-based medical provider group, to bring additional services and support to the Health Center. Combined, this partnership provides hundreds of thousands of dollars of support to the area’s most vulnerable patients. In April 2022, Holland Hospital assumed full operational responsibility for the Holland Community Health Center.

Serving a Diverse Population

The staff of the Community Health Center cares for more than 400 patients a month – 4,800 visits a year. The Center serves a diverse population: 42% are children, 40% are White, 40% are Latino, about 49% of the patients have Medicaid or Medicare, 23% have insurance and 28% pay for services, full or in part, themselves. The services most frequently provided are immunizations for children, well-child, preventative check-ups and diabetes care.

Partners Committed to Caring for the Community

Since 1917, Holland Hospital has served the Lakeshore community with comprehensive and compassionate care. The Hospital is committed to improving the health of the communities it serves in the spirit of hope, compassion, respect and dignity. Holland Hospital holds responsibility for the Community Health Center property and provides significant annual financial support for the the Health Center's programs and services.

Our health care team has Spanish-speaking physicians to meet your needs.