Everything in One Place

Below, you’ll find a complete list of services and treatments offered by Spectrum Health, listed in alphabetical order. You can also type the specific disease or illness in the search bar below to find services for that condition.

    Gallbladder Removal Surgery

    One of the most common surgeries in America, we are often able to do it using tiny, high-tech instruments. This means small incisions and faster recovery for you. If you've heard the term laparoscopy, this procedure fits this type, and is minimally invasive.


    For certain stomach cancers, surgery to remove the entire stomach may be recommended. While this is a major recovery, it is curative when it is the recommended treatment.

    Gastric Band Surgery

    Performed laparoscopically, a small adjustable band is placed around the stomach. Rate of weight loss is slower than other surgeries. However, this surgery is easily reversible.

    Gastric Bypass Surgery

    Gastric bypass separates a small part of your stomach. This limits the amount of food you can eat at one sitting. This surgery can now often be done laparoscopically for quicker recovery.

    Gastric Sleeve Surgery

    Gastric bypass separates a small part of your stomach. This limits the amount of food you can eat at one sitting. This surgery can now often be done laparoscopically for quicker recovery.

    Genetic Services for Children

    Genetic counseling is offered by our pediatric genetics clinic to families of children with inherited disorders, birth defects, developmental delays or who have a family history of a genetic condition.

    Kegel Exercises

    Kegels are exercises designed to prevent incontinence. You can strengthen the muscles of the pelvic floor with a simple squeeze-and-release movement.

    Kidney Transplant in Children

    The non-functioning kidney is replaced with a healthy kidney, from a living donor or through an organ bank. The Helen DeVos Children's Hospital kidney transplant program has been named one of the best in the nation, again, in 2016. We've had the reward of seeing dozens of Michigan youngsters, get a new lease on life, thanks to kidney transplant.

    Knee Ligament Surgery

    Arthroscopic surgery can repair serious damage. If you have a torn ligament or tendon, it is repaired if possible. If it is too damaged for a simple repair, it can be replaced with a tissue graft.

    Radiology for Children

    Helen DeVos Children’s Hospital is home to West Michigan’s only full-service pediatric radiology department. All our providers are specially trained in diagnosing illness, injuries and diseases in children.

    Regional Burn Center

    The Spectrum Health Regional Burn Center has been providing inpatient and outpatient care to adults and pediatric burn survivors since 1979.


    Spectrum Health offers the most comprehensive program in the region for rehabilitation and sports medicine with a highly trained professional staff of physicians and other medical experts

    Renucci Hospitality House

    The Renucci Hospitality House provides affordable, homelike accommodations for families whose loved ones are hospitalized at Butterworth and Blodgett hospitals and Helen DeVos Children’s Hospital. This essential service supports Spectrum Health’s mission to improve the health of the communities we serve.

    Retropubic Prostatectomy

    This "open" surgery technique involves a 4-inch incision made below the belly button. It can be a beneficial technique for nerve-sparing and early stage cancer treatment, but has become less commonly performed than robotic prostatectomy.

    Uronav Fusion Biopsy

    UroNav fusion biopsy targets the suspicious areas and can better identify and more accurately characterize prostate cancer when present.

    Uterine Artery Embolization

    This procedure uses a process called embolization. It means that tiny particles are injected into the arteries of the uterus. The particles cut off blood flow to the fibroid and causes it to shrink.

    Uterine Cancer Surgery

    The most common treatment for uterine cancer is surgery, to remove the cancerous uterus and cervix. This procedure is sometimes done laparoscopically, through a small incision near the navel. Your doctor will tell you if this is possible for you.