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Welcome to Holland Hospital

Holland Hospital is the lakeshore leader in health care quality and value. Holland Hospital's ongoing commitment to excellence is demonstrated in physician expertise, the highest standards of patient centered care and DNV ISO certification. This commitment to excellence places Holland Hospital among the top 2% of all hospitals in the country.

Physician Lecture Series Free Community Talks

Better Living with Arthritis
Saturday, November 1
8 am - Noon

Better Living with Arthritis is a free educational event featuring sessions led by local experts. Learn about the latest news in arthritis care and treatment and the healthy choices that can help control symptoms of arthritis. Opening remarks by Harry Staley, MD, Lakeshore Health Partners-Rheumatology and multiple breakout sessions covering hip & knee arthritis, shoulder arthritis, hand and upper extremities, as well as diet and exercise.  Call to register for this free event:  (616) 949-9938

Healthy Life, Fall 2014
Get the latest news and information

Hospital news, classes and health information are just one click away! Check out Holland Hospital's interactive Healthy Life magazine and share stories with friends. In this edition, our sports medicine specialists answer your questions about how to keep the kids safe on the field, court and track.

Free Walk-in Depression Screenings
Depression affects millions of Americans of all ages.

If you or someone you know is experiencing depression, anxiety, substance abuse or other mental health concerns, we can help. Our free walk-in depression screenings give you the opportunity to take a questionnaire to assess your risk and obtain information about treatment. Holland Hospital Behavioral Health Services, 854 S. Washington Suite 330, Monday-Friday, 9 am - 5 pm.

Listen to the Experts

Your Health. Your Choice.
Lowering Your Breast Cancer Risk
Women’s Health Specialist and Certified Menopause Practitioner, Laurie Birkholz, MD, from Lakeshore Health Partners – Women’s Health, discusses breast cancer and steps you can take to lower your risk.

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