Health Clinic


Our mission is to welcome, in the spirit of Christ, all people of Ottawa and Allegan Counties who do not have medical insurance and lack adequate resources. Using primarily volunteer staff, we provide free health care services, mental health services, health education, advocacy, and referrals.


Tuesday Evening General Clinic 5-8 PM

Tuesday Morning Continued Care Clinic 09:30 AM- 12:30PM (Moving to Wednesday mornings beginning 10/2021)

Thursday Morning Clinic 10 AM-12:30 PM

Thursday Women’s Clinic (every third Thursday of the month) 5 PM-8 PM

Call 616-748-6009 to make an appointment

Fax number 616-748-6010

City on a Hill Health Clinic provides free medical care for illnesses and minor injuries for uninsured or underinsured people. Qualified, volunteer medical staff administer care. Patients must call ahead for an appointment.


PLEASE NOTE: Although COAHHC is a faith-based clinic, the clinic has a nondiscrimination policy in place. This assures our clients experience care that is free from discrimination or harassment based upon race, color, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, age, marital status, disability/physical limitation, use of adaptive devices, family status, education, association, income source, height, weight, ancestry or political orientation. All are welcome at COAHHC.


Mental Health Counseling 

Mental health counseling is available for uninsured adults. Appointments available Monday through Wednesday. There may be a waiting list. Call 616-748-6009 to request an appointment. 

City on a Hill Health Clinic Earned a 2021 Gold Rating from the NAFC Quality Standards Program

City on a Hill Health Clinic earned a 2021 Gold Rating from the National Association of Free and Charitable Clinics (NAFC) Quality Standards Program. By self-attesting that the organization has certain policies and procedures in place, City on a Hill Health Clinic can highlight its commitment to providing quality care to patients. The mission of the National Association of Free and Charitable Clinics is to ensure the medically underserved have access to affordable health care.

The NAFC and its members are dedicated to ensuring that patients receive quality health care. To quantify and qualify the care provided at the Free and Charitable Clinic network, the NAFC formalized a set of Quality Standards for member organizations. “City on a Hill Health Clinic is committed to providing quality care to our patients” states Christine Plummer RN, MSN Clinic Director. “This top rating emphasizes this commitment.”

Members voluntarily submit information to the NAFC on the various policies and procedures in place to attain their standards rating and attest/pledge that they successfully incorporate these standards within their organization. NAFC Quality Standards elements include policies and procedures related to the following areas: Administrative, Enhanced Access and Continuity of Care, Identifying and Managing Patient Population information, Planning and Managing Care, Providing Self-Care Support and Community Resources, Tracking and Coordinating Care, and Measuring and Improving Performance.

In addition to this designation, City on a Hill Health Clinic recently received a $10,000 grant from the NAFC to assist City on a Hill Health Clinic in outreach regarding administering and/or coordinating COVID-19 vaccinations. 

For more information on the NAFC, please visit For more information on City on a Hill Health Clinic, please visit

Continued Care Clinic

The Continued Care Clinic is available to individuals requiring follow-up care from a Tuesday evening appointment. Appointments for this clinic are scheduled during your previous appointment.

Women's Health Clinic

The Women’s Health Clinic serves uninsured and underinsured women on the third Thursday of the month. We offer pelvic exams, clinical breast exams and general wellness exams with referrals available for screening mammograms.

Diabetes Education

Our Diabetes Education sessions include one-on-one or group classes available to all members of the public who have diabetes or prediabetes. Learn how to manage diabetes, feel better, and decrease the risk of dangerous complications.

Community Health Worker

Our Community Health Worker Program provides assistance with health insurance and Medicaid enrollment, connects individuals and families with community resources, health care providers, local churches, job assistance programs, utility assistance programs, and help with needs such as housing, food and clothing. We also offer basic health instruction on chronic diseases, physical activity and nutrition.

Clinic News

UPDATE: Patient Instructions for Appointments at COAHHC

UPDATE: Patient Instructions for Appointments at COAHHC

Clinic main doors are now open and clients may use the waiting room for appointments. Updates According to Governor Witmer’s orders on June 22, 2021, the following update to the plan is as follows: The doors to the clinic will be reopened during clinic hours.COVID...

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Request an Appointment

Request an appointment at our health clinic using the form below or by calling us at 616.748.6009. 

Eligibility requirements: Uninsured, underinsured (high deductible) and resident of Ottawa or Allegan Counties. See Health Clinic Frequently Asked Questions post or call for more information. 

To protect your privacy and comply with HIPAA regulations, we ask that you refrain from including personal or medical details in your message. Thank you for your understanding!

Volunteer Opportunities

Volunteering with our Health Clinic is an opportunity for qualified healthcare providers, mental health specialists, and social workers to give back to the community, save lives and make a meaningful, lasting impact in the lives of those in need. We also know that healthcare professionals can have a very demanding schedule; we’ll work with you to find a commitment level that works.

Health Care Providers

The Clinic is looking for licensed MDs, RNs/LPNs, MAs, CNAs, EMTs, chiropractors, mental health specialists, social workers and physical therapists who can volunteer their time to provide care during evening or morning clinics.


The Clinic is looking for volunteer interpreters (primarily Spanish) to assist with patients during various clinics (Tuesday evenings and Thursday mornings).


The Clinic is looking for volunteer housekeepers to clean the clinic twice a month. We will work with your schedule. All cleaning supplies provided. 


The Clinic is looking for volunteer receptionists  to greet and check in patients on Tuesday evenings. No prior medical or clerical experience needed. 

Contact the Health Clinic

Have a question or are interested in volunteering?
Contact Christine Plummer, RN MSN – Health Clinic Director

PHONE: 616.748.6009

To protect your privacy and comply with HIPAA regulations, we ask that you refrain from including personal or medical details in your message. Thank you for your understanding!