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Mercy Health Muskegon Transitions Hackley Campus Urgent Care Space To Hackley Community Care

Muskegon, Mich. (April 16, 2021) –Mercy Health Muskegon Hackley Campus Urgent Care operations will officially transition to Hackley Community Care (HCC) on May 10, 2021. Hackley Community Care plans to bring enhanced patient services to the 30,000 sq. ft. space, formerly Mercy Health Hackley Campus Emergency Department. This expands Hackley Community Care’s services to the…

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Why NowCare?

Hackley Community Care is opening NowCare medical services at 1550 Clinton Street on May 10. Services at the revamped facility will treat acute medical conditions that require immediate care. What does this mean? Acute conditions are those that require medical attention, but are not critical enough to require a trip to the emergency room. These…

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When to go to NowCare vs. When to go to the ER?

If you’re like most people, when you find yourself in a moment of medical crisis, you have have to ask yourself – Do I go to the emergency room or do I go to NowCare? The simplest answer is, it depends on the crisis. When to go to the emergency room You need to go…

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Breast and Cervical Cancer Screenings in Muskegon

When women’s health services are not covered by insurance, it puts patient health at risk. Cervical cancer is the fourth most common type of cancer worldwide, and 1 in 8 women will develop breast cancer in her lifetime. Thankfully, these diseases are often very treatable when caught early. Affordable cervical cancer and breast cancer screenings…

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A Healthy Pregnancy: Low-Cost OB Services in Muskegon

What do you want to get out of your birth? All mothers want a healthy baby, but creating a birth plan and developing prenatal care is just as important. Hackley Community Care OB Services provide personal care from pregnancy to postpartum, ensuring a healthy mind, body, and baby! Dental & Mental Health Coverage We understand…

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Low-Cost Mental Health Resources in Muskegon

On average, 35,789 individuals in Muskegon County experience a mental illness each year. Due to the pandemic, this number is thought to be even higher. In the struggle of maintaining food, housing, and a steady income many find it difficult to find affordable mental health that fits their schedule. To accommodate patient’s needs, Hackley Community…

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Mental Health for Teens & Kids in Muskegon County

Children and teen mental health services are readily accessible. In an effort to minimize transportation and scheduling issues, Hackley Community Care has developed several elementary, middle school and high school mental health programs inside many Muskegon County schools which is where children spend a significant amount of time. School based mental health services specialize in…

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Access Our Dental Services

Dental Services at our Baker site are now partially open for routine cleanings, simple cleanings, denture work, emergency services, and Telehealth visits. Learn how to schedule an appointment and about the safety measures implemented at Hackley Community Care (HCC). Telehealth Services Dental Telehealth visits are still available. Services that can be accomplished through Telehealth include…

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Prescriptions: Curbside & App Updates

Your prescription is ready. Now, Hackley Community Care (HCC) patients have the option for both in-person and curbside prescription pickup. Our curbside prescription pickup services help keep you safe, while allowing open access to essential medication. Learn how to refill and pick up your medications with HCC. Prescription App Our Community Care Pharmacy is now…

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The HCC Teen Health Checklist

Many are rightfully worried about their health and safety during this unprecedented school year. Whether you attend school online or in-person, our 2 Teen Health Centers are there, in-person and through Telehealth, to continue their essential health services. We work closely with local school districts to ensure access to low-cost healthcare is never too far…

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