New Patients

Call us at 616-475-8446 to schedule a registration appointment where we listen to your medical/dental needs, get to know you and your health, determine fees on a sliding fee scale, and explore possible assistance that may be available.

We are committed to helping you stay safe and healthy!

Scheduling for:
Healthcare worker: (including students and volunteers) with direct or indirect contact to patients or infectious materials
Essential Staff: Staff essential to the functioning of a healthcare system
Long-term Care Residents and Staff

At this time, there is a limited amount of the vaccine.

Scheduling for:
Patients age 65 and older
Are corrections staff
Those who work in homeless shelters, congregate childcare institutions and adult and child protective services
First responders
Pre-K through high school staff

Choose your hospital

(click preferred hospital)

Exalta Health: Serving you in a number of ways

  • Medical care including primary and urgent care, chronic disease management, labs, and referrals for specialty care.
  • Vision care including eye exams and glasses.
  • Dental care including exams, teeth cleaning, dentures, root canals, minor oral surgery, and referrals.
  • Medication assistance including prescriptions and enrollment in medication programs.
  • Behavioral health services for depression, anxiety, and substance use concerns.
  • Educational services including prenatal, oral health, diabetic, nutritional, disease prevention, and medication awareness.
  • Spiritual care including prayer, spiritual counseling, hospital visits, and referrals to a place of worship near your home.

Patient Expectations

Thank you for participating in your treatment. You show your commitment to our partnership by:

  1. Bring in any paperwork that is requested.
  2. Call us to cancel 24 business hours in advance if you cannot come so that someone else can have that time.
  3. Pay your fee at your appointment. Exalta Health accepts cash and most major credit cards for payment. No personal checks please.
  4. Ask your provider whatever questions you have.
  5. Follow your doctor’s instructions so that your health improves.

Do I qualify to be a patient?

It is easy to qualify to become a patient. Simply, you must:

  • Have a household income at or below 250% of the Federal Poverty Index
  • Agree to contribute financially as you are able (based on a sliding fee scale)
  • Be willing to participate in your health care

Ready to take the first step?

Make an appointment so we can get to know you and your healthcare needs.