Zeeland Community Hospital is a progressive organization conveniently located to the greater Hudsonville, Holland and Zeeland areas. We have provided personal, compassionate, high-quality healthcare for over 80 years and we remain committed to being “Caring people…caring for people.”

Our team of nearly 175 physicians, over 575 employees and 125 volunteers believes in treating the unique needs of each individual. We use the latest medical technologies to care for the entire family at every stage of life.

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‘A true health care visionary’

Tina Freese Decker, chosen as the next president and CEO of Spectrum Health, brings to the role a passion for health care and extensive experience in operations and strategy.

Stay water safe

Great Lakes states are wonderful places to live during the summer months, but a reality check on water safety may be in order.

Patient Story

Double the love

Best friends have babies the same morning in the same hospital.



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What makes a healthy run?

Training tips, fueling your run and cool down stretches to get you back in the game.


MedNow: On-demand care 24/7

Learn more. Visit http://spectrumhealth.org/MedNow or call 1-844-322-7374.

The great libation

Generations of tea-drinkers can attest to the natural benefits of the world’s second-favorite drink.

Patient Story

Reaching for recovery

After complex heart problems and several surgeries, little Graylyn Karaus is stretching, reaching and working toward walking.

A boy full of surprises. From day one.

Having a baby in a veterinary clinic did not factor into Kelly Dykstra’s birthing plan. But that’s where she was on a September morning—at Cedar Animal Hospital, where she works as a vet technician—when she suddenly felt “kind of off.” She went to the bathroom and, moments later, gazed in shock at the infant son she […]

Patient Story

Sister survivors

Siblings Gloria Kragt and Judith Woodwyk battled breast cancer together. And won.

A lifetime of change

A nursing technician looks back at the innumerable changes in health care after half a century of service.