Vermillion Area Community Health Center - Danville Community Health Center
614 N Gilbert St
Danville IL, 61832
Contact Phone:(877) 692-8686
Clinic Details:Soon after Aunt Martha’s opened its original youth drop-in center in 1972, it became clear that the organization needed to be more than a youth service resource. The challenges that presented themselves often went far beyond the struggles of adolescence, extending to become issues of health, education, employment, poverty, family and social support, and personal and community safety. Aunt Martha’s has become a critical resource for youth and families throughout Illinois, empowering patients and clients to face these issues head-on and find sustainable and tailored solutions that allow them to live a better life. We are unique because of our willingness and eagerness to do more - to not just listen, but understand; to not just support, but strengthen; to not just enlighten, but to lead; and to not just connect, but coordinate.
Details: Mission: To provide high-quality, affordable, non-discriminatory, and accessible primary medical and dental care that meets the personalized needs of the underserved people of Central Illinois.
Details: Greater Family Health offers a comfortable, welcoming, inclusive and personal approach to health care for all. Our doctors and staff will take the time to understand your physical, emotional and financial needs.
Details: Chestnut Family Health Center is committed to delivering comprehensive, high-quality, personal care to our patients. The Center is a program of Chestnut Health Systems, which has been providing services in our community since the early 1970s. All of our physicians, physician assistants, and advanced practice nurses are licensed and dedicated to providing medical care which is specifically tailored to the needs of our patients and their families. We strongly believe in preventative medicine and encourage annual physical exams, gynecological care, immunization updates, and cancer screenings. We are always happy to discuss lifestyle issues that may improve our patients’ health. Our services are performed and managed by a medical professional in collaboration with other health professionals, and utilize consultation or referrals as appropriate. We strive to promote effective communication with patients and encourage the role of the patient as a partner in health care.
Details: I’m pregnant. What now?
Your mind is probably racing with questions, and you may be feeling overwhelmed. Sometimes it can be difficult to talk to your family, friends or partner. You may be concerned about your financial situation, relationship issues, lack of health insurance, health concerns or how this pregnancy will affect your life goals. It can be difficult to make decisions when you feel like your life is spinning out of control. Aid for Women is here to help.
This is your decision, so it is important to understand the changes happening within your body and to know all your options so that you can make a fully informed decision. Our Nurses and Advocates help you assess your situation, provide accurate information and support you throughout your pregnancy decision.
It’s your decision. You have options.
Details: Heartland Health Services is an example of how a community addresses its share of a nation-wide problem: a growing segment of the population, spanning all ages, lacks access to health care. The working poor, unemployed, and children are among those affected. When faced with a need for care many do without because they have no insurance, little or no money, and are ineligible for government assistance programs.
Details: At Aunt Martha’s, we’re dedicated to making it easier for patients to get care that helps them feel their best – from preventive services like school physicals and flu shots, to ongoing treatment for chronic diseases. By placing our clinic on-site at Presence Saint Joseph Medical Center, Aunt Martha’s reaches beyond traditional medicine, integrating all of the services and resources our patients need into one, seamless experience, including healthcare, financial and social services.
Remarks: Unexpected pregnancy comes with a rush of thoughts and feelings. Contact our free and confidential pregnancy center to empower yourself with the knowledge to make the best decision for you. When you meet with one of our experienced and understanding pregnancy decision consultants, you’ll get answers to your questions and so much more.
Details: Unexpected pregnancy comes with a rush of thoughts and feelings. Contact our free and confidential pregnancy center to empower yourself with the knowledge to make the best decision for you.
When you meet with one of our experienced and understanding pregnancy decision consultants, you’ll get answers to your questions and so much more.
Details: VNA Health Care is a patient-centered, not-for-profit healthcare provider, serving over 72,000 patients a year. When you choose to come to VNA, you receive high-quality, affordable health care. Your care team members are your partners who work with you to help you achieve your best health. We are your home for health care, the place you can go for care through every stage of your life.
Details: Public Health has had a presence in southernmost Illinois for over 50 years. Minutes from meetings which are on file at our administrative office indicate that as far back as the early 1930's, personnel from the State of Illinois were working with local communities to provide the basic public health services we often take for granted such as safe drinking water, controlling communicable diseases (in those days it was tuberculosis and polio), and helping women have healthy babies. When we are doing our job, it's easy to forget why public health is so important, but next time you drink a glass of water or eat in a restaurant, remember how our job is protecting your health. The seven counties served by Southern Seven Health Department, including Alexander, Hardin, Johnson, Massac, Pope, Pulaski, and Union, cover 2003 square miles, which is slightly larger than the state of Delaware. We cover more geographic area than any other health department in the State of Illinois. According to the 2010 census, there were 69,008 people living in the seven counties.