Erie Helping Hands Health Center - Chicago Community Health Center
4747 N Kedzie Ave
Chicago IL, 60625
Contact Phone:(312) 666-3494
Clinic Details:Erie Helping Hands is located in Albany Park and provides a wide range of primary health care and outreach services to enhance the health of the Albany Park community. You can come to our Helping Hands Health Center for everything from free pregnancy tests and school physicals to cholesterol checks and diabetes management. We even offer laboratory services and medication.
Services:Adult and Senior Services; Behavioral Health/Counseling; Case Management; Children’s Health Services; Health and Wellness Programs; Prenatal Health Services; Women’s Health
Pediatric Services:Well-child visits; Asthma management; Behavioral health counseling; Family planning; Low-cost contraception; Pregnancy testing; STI/HIV counseling, testing, and treatment; • Health Care To Kids With Special Needs Or Chronic Illnesses
Women's Health Services:Basic infertility treatment; Breast and cervical cancer screenings; Chronic gynecological issues; Diagnostic testing; Family planning; Free pregnancy testing; Mammogram referrals; Menopause management; Physical exams; STI testing and treatment
Adult Medicine:Cervical cancer screenings (pap smears); Cholesterol check; Chronic illness management; Diagnostic gynecological testing; Podiatry; Physical exams; Referrals for mammograms and other specialty care; STI testing and treatment; Vaccinations
Payment Method:Sliding Fee Scale, Aetna Better Health Medicare-Medicaid Alignment Initiative (MMAI), BlueCross Community, BlueCross Community Medicare-Medicaid Alignment Initiative (MMAI), CountyCare (Cook County residents only, not accepted at Erie HealthReach Waukegan), Illinicare Plan, Meridian Health Plan of Illinois, Meridian Complete (MMAI) (not accepted at Erie Evanston/Skokie or Erie HealthReach Waukegan), Molina Healthcare, Harmony Family Health Plan, Illinicare Family Health Plan, Ambetter, BlueCross Blue Choice Preferred PPO
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Details: Erie Foster Avenue Health Center is Erie’s first location on a hospital campus. Located at the corner of Foster and California, Erie Foster Avenue offers all new equipment in a state-of-the-art, beautiful environment. We offer primary medical care for children, adults and older adults, prenatal care and women’s health services, behavioral health services, chronic disease management, vaccines and flu shots, STI testing and treatment. It also hosts a Lending Hands for Life satellite clinic, which provides care for patients with HIV/AIDS. Erie Foster Avenue also has a five-chair, state-of-the-art dental facility that provides comprehensive oral health services - from cleanings and fluoride treatments to crowns and root canals - to children and pregnant women. Adult dental patients also must be medical patients of Erie Family Health Center. As Erie’s first location on a hospital campus, Erie Foster Avenue patients will also have access to the on-site specialty care services provided by Swedish Covenant Hospital.
Details: Our Dental Services provide comprehensive dental treatment and restorative services. We help patients achieve optimum oral health, enhance their appearance and increase their confidence. The Dental Services Program helps homeless individuals maintain or attain dental wellness through free dental services provided by volunteer dentists and hygienists. There are very few sources of dental care available to people who are homeless. Exhibiting good dental hygiene and being pain free are essential to becoming employed and maintaining stable employment. Through our partnership with University of Illinois at Chicago-College of Dentistry, we have established a nationally-recognized, first ever Student-Run Dental Clinic. Our Dental Clinic provides a hands-on experience in the field of public health dentistry to over 200 students in the last three academic years. We have provided treatment to over 2500 homeless adults. We restore their oral health and free them of mouth pain. Our services have provided them with the tools and the knowledge needed to properly maintain their oral health as well as instruct their family in the future.
Details: Erie Amundsen School Based Health Center is dedicated exclusively to adolescents in the Chicagoland area. At Erie, we know that being a teenager isn’t always easy so we are here to help you with a wide variety of issues - from school and sports physicals to low-cost contraception to pregnancy tests. Our services are friendly, respectful and confidential, so you’ll never have to worry about seeking out the care or help you need.
Details: At the federally funded AHS Family Health Center, we offer comprehensive services for individuals in all stages of life. We emphasize maternal health, pediatric services, women’s health, adolescent care, internal medicine for adult men and women and services for senior citizens.
Details: The New Life Volunteering Society free health clinic serves as a comprehensive medical care facility dedicated to serving the uninsured of Chicago in primary and secondary prevention of chronic medical conditions and in the training of future health care professionals by providing an educational setting to learn and practice clinical skills.
Details: The Indian American Medical Association (IL) Charitable Foundation (IAMACF), is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit primary care healthcare community clinic located at 2645 W. Peterson Avenue, in the heart of Chicago's West Ridge community. The West Ridge community is home to one of the most culturally diverse communities, as it is a gateway to numerous immigrant and refugee populations in Chicago. The clinic serves over 3000 people annually with operating hours on Saturday and Sunday from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm. Registration for patients opens one hour prior to opening on the weekends (9:00 AM). Patients are seen on a first come first served basis and does have the ability to take appointments. It is run by volunteer physicians, including members of the Indian American Medical Association of Illinois, and medical students coordinated by New Life Volunteer Services. The free clinic serves low-income populations, who are uninsured and underserved in that have no affordable or culturally competent medical facility for their healthcare need. The IAMACF community clinic provides a culturally appropriate environment, with volunteer physicians and volunteers who also extend free (limited) pharmacy and lab services to walk-in clients. The IAMACF is also a teaching clinic for medical students from six of our area's medical schools, including the Chicago Medical School, Loyola University, Northwestern University, Rush University, University of Chicago and University of Illinois at Chicago. In addition to our primary healthy clinic, the IAMACF also has the following health services: