Champaign County Christian Health Center - Urbana Free Clinic
1400 W. Park Street
Urbana IL, 61801
Contact Phone:(217) 402-5683
Clinic Details:Champaign County Christian Health Center is a non-profit health center. We offer free healthcare for the uninsured and underinsured, including medical, dental, and mental health services.
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Details: Frances Nelson is a family medicine health center dedicated to providing affordable and accessible high quality care to our patients. We offer income based discounts and benefit enrollment assistance. We have bilingual staff, in-person interpreters on site and materials available in Spanish, French and Mandarin.
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Details: Over the last four decades, Community Health Partnership of Illinois (CHP), a Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC), has provided comprehensive, patient-centered primary health care for agricultural workers and families throughout Northern and Central Illinois. In 2008, CHP expanded services to address the health care needs of medically underserved rural communities in the greater Harvard and Mendota, Illinois service areas. From our beginnings in the 1970s as the Health Project of the Illinois Migrant Council, to our incorporation as an FQHC in 1991, CHP has grown into a robust network of medical and dental clinics and health screening sites that annually serve over 9,600 patients from all walks of life. CHP's health care philosophy builds upon the strengths and assets of the communities we serve. We treat each patient as a whole person, with compassion and quality care. We value the special way our patients are connected to their families and traditions, and seek to promote wellbeing through those bonds. We at CHP are deeply grateful to our patients for enriching our lives every day with their experience, generosity, and hopefulness.