New services coming up at the Halim Clinic

In our efforts to further serve the Toledo community, we at the Halim Clinic are looking to open a gynecology clinic and a psychiatry clinic that would provide an additional resource for those in need. To get a better understanding of our community's gynecologic and psychiatric needs and determine if these clinics are feasible we are asking anyone interested to please fill out one (or both) of the following forms:

We greatly value any feedback, so if you have any additional suggestions or concerns please let us know!


The Halim Clinic is proud to offer a wide array of services for our community. You can schedule an appointment with our healthcare providers today by texting or calling us at (567) 318-4609 or leave a message; we will get back to you as soon as possible. Our hours will be from 9 am to 1 pm every Saturday. We accept walk-ins for medical patients only before 12pm. If you are an established patient interested in medication refills or lab results please inquire about our TeleMedicine program for easier access.

All are welcome - we look forward to assisting you soon!


Currently, we offer primary care through our board-certified physicians who are joined by an interdisciplinary team of students. Our specialists come from a range of medical backgrounds with an emphasis on primary care and internal medical services. If you have a specific question, be sure to call in or check our calendar to see if the specialist on duty will be able to assist you that day. Services being offered at every clinic include, but is not limited to:

  • Basic wellness check-ups

  • Physical examinations

  • Cardiovascular (blood pressure, cholesterol, etc.)

  • Endocrinology (diabetes)

  • Gastrointestinal (GERD, gastric ulcers)

  • Hematological (anemia)

  • Musculoskeletal (arthritis, sports medicine, etc.)

  • Preventative health/screening

  • Pulmonology (asthma, URI, etc.)

  • TeleMedicine (medication refill, lab results, etc.)

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.