Primary and Preventive Care for adults and children
Non-Emergency, Same Day Medical Care
Specialized programs for patients with Asthma, Diabetes, HIV/AIDS, and other chronic illnesses
On-site access to: Endocrinology, Nephrology, Pharmacy Assistance, Mental Health Services, and a full-service Lab
We work closely with area specialists for all of our patients’ medical needs, and, when necessary, make referrals to area hospitals.
“Our doctors and nurse practitioners are exceptional providers who not only care for their patients but care about their patients. ”
Jacqueline Spain, M.D., Medical Director
“We are here to talk to you about all areas of your
child’s health. You can ask questions about sleeping,
eating, toilet-training, school, behavior, anything that is
concerning you about your child.” Megan Henderson, M.D., Pediatrician
CARING FOR CHRONIC ILLNESSES
For our patients with diabetes, asthma, HIV, and obesity, we offer special programs that include case management, exercise classes, nutrition classes, support groups, and more.
Our Dental Team
sees patients of all ages, regardless of whether or not they
have insurance. You can make an appointment, or come in for
non-emergency urgent dental needs. Dental care is available
to all patients, regardless of where they receive their medical
Care for adults and children, including:
Referrals for additional services
Same Day Dental Care
Dental Care for patients with HIV/AIDS
Health Center has state-of-the-art dental equipment. We see
many patients who are in great need of care and can provide
them with the best care possible. We see many children, and we make sure that they leave with a big smile.” Fernando Perez, D.D.S., Dental
AFTER HOURS CARE
When our office is closed you may reach a provider on-call
at (413) 420-2200.
Mujeres Unidas Por Vida (Women United for Life)
Holyoke Health Center has established a system to provide patient support, referrals, managed care assistance, community outreach and coordination to increase the number of low income Latinas over age 40 to access Mammography Services. Nothing must get in the way of a woman’s ability to maintain health. In 2013, this important work was funded once again through the generosity of the Susan G. Komen for the Cure, Massachusetts Affiliate.
Komen MA works to reduce breast cancer in our state by funding education, screening and treatment programs, with an emphasis on those facing barriers to care. In the past five years, Komen MA has given out over $4.5 million to community-based partners for screening, education awareness, and treatment grants in the Commonwealth. The Affiliate continues to grow and act as a caring resource for local men and women. Komen MA is dedicated to protecting the most vulnerable people in Massachusetts from the impacts of breast cancer, particularly those who face barriers to care.