Halīm Clinic aims to treat patients who cannot afford health insurance in the Toledo area. We hope to deliver effective, quality care to patients by drawing on the character and generosity of the Prophet Muhammad ﷺ as a role model. Focusing on a patient-centered, outcome-based, and cost-effective approach to medicine, Halīm Clinic provides patients care that strikes a balance between science and empathy, professionalism and relationships, healing and forbearance.
Opening its doors in 2017 Halīm Clinic, was started as an initiative by Muslim doctors in the Toledo area who wanted to provide clinical services free-of-charge to patients who cannot afford insurance. Beginning at Masjid Al-Islam in downtown Toledo, the doctors then transitioned to their current location in Holland, OH.
The Meaning of Halim
Hilm, meaning to be forbearing, mild; to be forgiving, gentle, deliberate; to be leisurely in manner, not hasty; to be calm, serene; was one of the characteristics exhibited by our Prophets Ibrahīm and Muhammad, ﷺ. They always showed concern for the plight of his fellow man. As humans and servants of Allah ﷻ, Creator of the Universe, we see ourselves as simply contributing to another’s health and serenity. To treat our patients, whether they be our loved ones or strangers, we must have hilm.
We have a clinic at 6855 Spring Valley Drive, Holland, OH. Our doctors are all board certified with volunteers ranging from high school students to medical residents. We currently offer primary care to adults who do not have insurance or who's insurance does not cover the services requested. Please call (567) 318-4609 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to request an appointment.
Disclaimer: Due to the nature of our clinic, we are unable to write prescriptions for scheduled/controlled drugs and narcotics. We also cannot see pediatric patients at this time, nor can we provide prenatal care.
We would like to thank our partners for their ongoing support!