Emergency & Urgent Care

If you have a real, life-threatening emergency, call 911 and seek treatment at an Emergency Department immediately. 

Potentially life-threatening conditions requiring treatment in an Emergency Department include:
  • Persistent chest or abdominal pain or pressure
  • Sudden slurred speech, visual changes or weaknesses
  • Numbness or paralysis of face, arm or leg
  • Sudden severe headache
  • Uncontrollable bleeding
  • Head injury
  • Poisoning or suspected overdose
  • Inability to breathe or severe shortness of breath
  • Seizure or loss of consciousness
  • Severe reaction to an insect bite, medication or food
  • Major burns
  • Intense pain
If you believe your life may be in danger, do not take any chances:  Call 911 immediately.


Urgent Care: 

Every day 10 am –10 pm
Lakeshore Medical Campus

Walk-in Care: 
Monday–Friday, 8 am–6 pm and Saturdays 9 am–2 pm
Holland Hospital Medical Building in Zeeland


Holland Hospital
602 Michigan Ave.
Holland, MI 49423
(616) 392-5141
Urgent Care
3235 N. Wellness Dr. Bldg. A
(616) 494-4250
Walk-in Care
8300 Westpark Way
(616) 772-7314


How do you decide between going to an Emergency room or an Urgent Care center? Learn more from this presentation by Michael Mott, MD, Holland Hospital Urgent Care.