Our Services

Holland Community Health Center offers expert care for the entire family, from children's care and routine wellness visits and immunizations to obstetrics care, chronic conditions, men's health and mental/behavioral health.

Behavioral Health Services

Evidence-based treatment in a kind, caring and cost-effective manner.

  • Management of conditions such as anxiety, depression, or substance use issues.
  • Solution-focused therapy
  • Medication management

Internal Medicine

Specialty care for acute and chronic adult conditions, including:

  • Diabetic, endocrine, cardiac, and rheumatological conditions.
  • Preventive, chronic, and episodic care are also available.

Pediatric Medicine

Routine visits and specialty care for acute and chronic childhood conditions.

  • Immunizations
  • Well-child evaluation
  • School, camp and sports physicals

Men's Health

Emphasis on men's health care is one of our priorities.

  • Routine wellness check
  • Mental health issues
  • Family planning
  • Heart healthy checkup for high blood pressure, high cholesterol, and obesity

Women's Health

Emphasis on women's health care is one of our priorities.

  • Routine well-woman care
  • Evaluation of women's concerns
  • Family planning
  • Routine obstetrics care including labor and delivery
  • On-site colposcopic evaluations are available

Medication Prescriptions and Refills

Please ask your health care provider to refill any routine medication prescriptions during your visits to the Holland Community Health Center. If you need a medication refill between appointments, please call (616) 394-3788 during regular office hours. When requesting a medication refill, please provide your name, the medication name and the name and phone number of the pharmacy you prefer. Be aware that medication refills may take up to 48 hours. Medications will not be refilled in the evenings or on weekends except in emergencies.

After-Hours Care

For urgent situations occurring after business hours, please call (616) 394-3788 to connect to the on-call nurse who can help you determine appropriate home-care interventions or if you should seek further care in the emergency room.

If you are experiencing a life-threatening condition call 911 immediately and go to the Emergency Room.