SIHF Healthcare - Vandalia Healthcare Center - Vandalia Community Health Center
1510 Sunset Dr
Vandalia IL, 62471
Contact Phone:(618) 283-3144
Clinic Details:At our Vandalia location, we provide Family Medicine services as well as Pediatrics. Our patients truly value and appreciate SmartPay, SIHF Healthcare’s sliding fee discount plan. This program allows us to serve and provide quality care for patients regardless of their ability to pay. Our small staff acts as a family, working together to ensure that the needs of every patient are met. This friendly, warm atmosphere is not only felt by our team, but by our patients as well. It is important to us that each and every patient feels at home in our office, as this allows him or her to feel more comfortable communicating with his or her provider. The more open and honest the communication is between our patients and providers, the better care we can provide.
Pediatric Services:Routine and well child exams; Immunizations; School and sports physicals; Same-day sick appointments; Developmental evaluations; Management and treatment of chronic conditions, such as allergy and asthma, ADHD and behavioral issues
Payment Method:Sliding Fee Scale (SmartPay Program); AARP Medicare Complete; Aetna; Blue Cross Blue Shield of Illinois; Cigna; Coventry; Harmony Health Plan of Illinois; Health Alliance; HealthLink; HFN; Humana; Medicaid; Medicare; Meridian Health Plan of Illinois; Molina Health Plan of Illinois; MultiPlan; Railroad Medicine; Tricare; United Behavioral Health; United Healthcare
Operation Hours:Mon-Fri: 7:00am-4:00pm
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