What are Federally Qualified Health Centers?
Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHCs) are health care centers that provide a comprehensive range of services. FQHCs receive additional reimbursement through Medicaid and Medicare in order to treat underserved areas or populations. FQHCs also offer a sliding scale of fees based on insurance coverage and income. There are more than 160 FQHC in Chicago. To learn more about FQHCs, please visit: https://www.fqhc.org/what-is-an-fqhc.
To see all Chicago FQHCs: https://data.cityofchicago.org/widgets/cjg8-dbka
Provider: Access Community Health
About This Provider: Access Community Health provides a continuum of care through 25 Federally Qualified Health
Centers in the Chicagoland area.
Address/Phone Number: 1-866-267-2353
Additional Forms/Links/Notes: Doctor Locator: https://www.achn.net/find-a-doctor/
Make an appointment: https://www.achn.net/about-access/contact-us/make-an-appointment/
Provider: Miles Square Health Center(s)
About This Provider: Miles Square is a federally qualified health center, with several locations throughout the south & west sides of Chicago. Miles Square is affiliated with UIC Health. Miles Square offers a cancer survivorship program for those who are newly diagnosed, undergoing treatment, or cancer survivors who require ongoing care.
Address/Phone Number: Main Location: 1220 S Wood Street | 312-996-2000
Additional Forms/Links/Notes: Clinic locations & services: https://hospital.uillinois.edu/patients-and-visitors/mile-square-federally-qualified-health-center
Provider: Chicago Family Health Center(s)
About This Provider: Chicago Family Health Center(s) provides affordable, comprehensive health services to communities throughout Chicago.
Address/Phone Number: 773-768-5000
Additional Forms/Links/Notes: Clinic Locations: https://chicagofamilyhealth.org/findaclinic/