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  • Now Hiring Nurses - Apply Online

    Now Hiring Nurses - Apply Online

    With competitive wages, a robust benefits package and premium shift differentials, our nurses enjoy peace of mind—both inside and outside the workplace. Learn more about nursing opportunities at Holland Hospital and apply online.

  • Look and Feel Your Best: Facial Plastic Surgery

    Look and Feel Your Best: Facial Plastic Surgery

    Feeling your best creates confidence and age or trauma can affect how we look and feel. Dr. Nathan Salinas explains different lifestyle modification, surgical and non-surgical treatments to looking your best. Watch to learn more!

  • Holland Hospital Wound / Ostomy Clinic Helps Heal Chronic Wound

    Holland Hospital Wound / Ostomy Clinic Helps Heal Chronic Wound

    For this avid ultra-marathon bicyclist, Mike’s 16-year-old non-healing wound was a cause of great frustration. His chronic wound was impacting his training as well as his outlook. But thanks to the treatment he received from the certified wound and ostomy nurse at Holland Hospital’s wound clinic, his wound is healed, he’s back to biking and his positive experience has restored a positive outlook. Hear Mike’s story. Learn more about Holland Hospital Wound & Ostomy Care Program .

  • 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.

  • Pelvic Floor Health: Ellen Molenaar, DPT

    Pelvic Floor Health: Ellen Molenaar, DPT

    The pelvic floor is affected by the aging process or postpartum trauma. Physical Therapist, Ellen Molenaar, DPT discusses how to prevent bladder weakness and poor pelvic floor habits. Taking action now to address the pelvic floor issues can help your future.

  • Sleep and Your Health: Patricia Roehling, PhD

    Sleep and Your Health: Patricia Roehling, PhD

    Sleeping less than six hours a night can increase your risk for numerous health issues. Insomnia is common in women, but can be diagnosed and treated. Patricia Roehling, PhD shares how to create a proper sleep routine to get the best rest for your health.

  • Intimacy & Relationships: Barb DePree, MD

    Intimacy & Relationships: Barb DePree, MD

    Hormones, nutrition, and improving intimacy can increase the value of a relationship. This topic can be a difficult conversation to have. Dr. Barb DePree talks about the direct health benefits of intimacy in relationships and the importance of addressing concerns with your provider and partner.

  • Testosterone Deficiencies: John Ludlow, MD

    Testosterone Deficiencies: John Ludlow, MD

    Sexual dysfunction typically is caused by testosterone deficiencies, which can be identifiable and treatable with proper diagnosis. Dr. John Ludlow explains how to increase testosterone with simple treatments. Watch to learn how to treat and increase testosterone levels.

  • Screenings and Supplements: Toby Lees, MD

    Screenings and Supplements: Toby Lees, MD

    Prostate cancer can be treated when detected early. Prostate screenings are essential to detection and maintaining a healthy prostate. Toby Lees, MD shares how to decrease chances of prostate cancer and take proper measures to stay healthy.

  • Physical Health: Courtney Erickson-Adams, MD

    Physical Health: Courtney Erickson-Adams, MD

    Daily moderate cardio or strength training exercises are essential to maintain a healthy lifestyle. Proper exercise is proven to decrease chances of diseases and other health issues. Dr. Courtney Erickson-Adams explains the benefits of incorporating moderate exercise.

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