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  • Lana’s Story: Weight Lost, Freedom Gained

    Lana’s Story: Weight Lost, Freedom Gained

    For years, Lana was missing out on living an active life due to excess weight. With the surgical weight loss expertise from Holland Hospital Bariatric Services and Grand Health Partners, Lana has significantly improved her physical and mental well-being. Listen as she shares her story.

  • Long COVID and the Loss of Smell and Taste

    Long COVID and the Loss of Smell and Taste

    How long does the loss of taste and smell last? Will it ever return? Listen as ENT specialist Joe VanderMeer, MD, shares insights on this lingering post-COVID condition. Part of our special video series: Living a Healthy Life After COVID-19: The Medical Mysteries of Long COVID. Learn more about Dr. VanderMeer by visiting hollandhospital.org/ent.

  • Celestin Family Welcomes Triplets

    Celestin Family Welcomes Triplets

    For the first time since 2012, the team at Holland Hospital Boven Birth Center announced a set of triplets! On March 5, 2022, proud parents Philip and Elizabeth Celestin of Zeeland welcomed a special trio into their family. Sweet baby boys Emmett, Graham and Hudson had a short stay in the Special Care Nursery before bundling up and heading home. Watch to learn more about the triplet's stay and the benefits of having a Special Care Nursery along the lakeshore.

  • A Closer Look at BPH (enlarged prostate)

    A Closer Look at BPH (enlarged prostate)

    Almost all men will develop some enlargement of the prostate (benign prostatic hyperplasia or BPH) as they grow older. Urologist David Kozminski, MD , discusses symptoms of BPH and how urologists evaluate and treat this common condition. The board-certified urologists at Western Michigan Urological Associates , offer a compassionate, tailored approach to care, as well as access to a wide range of treatment options, including robotic-assisted and minimally invasive techniques. For an appointment call (616) 392-1816, or visit wmuro.com to learn more.

  • Understanding Kidney Stones

    Understanding Kidney Stones

    It’s estimated that one in 10 people will have a kidney stone at some point in their lives. Urologist David Kozminski, MD, provides a comprehensive overview of this common condition, including risk factors, symptoms, medical and lifestyle interventions, and breakthrough surgical procedures. From kidney stones and urinary incontinence to erectile dysfunction and cancer, the board-certified urologists at Western Michigan Urological Associates deliver the care you need, right here at Holland Hospital. Learn more about Urology Services .

  • Amanda Mishler, PA-C, Answers How You Can Find the Right Primary Care Doctor

    Amanda Mishler, PA-C, Answers How You Can Find the Right Primary Care Doctor

    For lifelong health, it’s important to build a relationship with a primary care provider you can trust. Amanda Mishler, certified physician assistant (PA-C) in family medicine, offers quick advice on finding the right fit for you. Our doctors and providers will make time for you. Find a Holland Hospital provider by calling (616) 394-3200 or visit hollandhospital.org/primarycare .

  • Andrew Kepplinger, DO, on Virtual Health Care Visits

    Andrew Kepplinger, DO, on Virtual Health Care Visits

    The pandemic changed a lot—including how people can visit their doctor. Andrew Kepplinger, DO, internal medicine physician, explains how you can see him for certain health issues without even having to leave your home. Our primary care providers schedule virtual visits when it’s right for their patients. Find a doctor you can see virtually by calling (616) 394-3200 or visit hollandhospital.org/primarycare .

  • Yes, There’s a Primary Care Doctor Perfect for You

    Yes, There’s a Primary Care Doctor Perfect for You

    Primary care doctors aren’t just for those of a certain age. They’re an essential piece of your health and wellness puzzle—even in your 20s and 30s. At Holland Hospital, our primary care providers get to know you as a person, so you can feel confident and comfortable trusting them with any health concern.

  • Reducing Anxiety: Kylene Krause, PhD

    Reducing Anxiety: Kylene Krause, PhD

    Anxiety is caused by everyday stresses and the most commonly diagnosed mental health issues in the United States. The good news is, anxiety is highly treatable. Dr. Kylene Krause share tips how to treat the small stresses and when to seek treatment.

  • Ray's Story: Thankful from the Bottom of My Heart

    Ray's Story: Thankful from the Bottom of My Heart

    Ray and Shari encountered a devastating few months as Ray was admitted to Holland Hospital ICU after a suffering heart attack. Ray's hospital, Cath Lab and Cardiac Rehab experience touched the hearts of his family and the Holland Hospital staff. Listen to Ray and Shari as they share their life altering story.