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Apex has worked with Epic to create a standardized format for printing and distributing statement information for each customer. Epic and Apex both work directly with the healthcare systems to create a direct line of service.  To learn more, visit their website at www.epic.com.



Asian Human Services Family (AHSF) provides a safety net to the city’s neediest individuals and families thriving to be a part of the community. AHSF offers integrated services in healthcare, education and employment while having staff members that are fluent in more than 25 different languages. AHSF offers the most vulnerable families tools to succeed and just last year, found 525 clients jobs. AHFS offers primary care, family dentistry, mental health and community health services. Check them out today at  http://www.ahschicago.org/.


Centro de Salud Esperanza (Esperanza) offers services and programs tailored to the needs and culture of the communities served. Programs from Esperanza emphasize prevention and education services that are dedicated to overcoming barriers delivered to the underserved communities. With all full-time staff and physicians being bilingual in English and Spanish, Esperanza was able to provide services to more than 120,000 patients in 2012. Esperanza Health Center will be there when you need them, http://www.esperanzachicago.org/.


Christian Community Health Center is a non-for-profit organization that is structured on being community-based. Primary medical care is the anchor of Christian Community Health Center but the expansion of services has let Christian Community Health Center offer a wide range of social services, which include mental health and substance abuse services, HIV/AIDS services, job training and placement, subsidized housing and much more. Christian Community Health Center offers high-quality service and support. To learn more about services offered, visit them at http://www.cchc-online.org/.


Circle Family HealthCare Network (CFHCN or Circle) has been serving Chicago Westside communities for the past 35 years and continues to grow.  Circle emphasizes Christian foundations to surpass expectations in healthcare services. By working together and valuing the excellence in work relationships, Circle is constantly working to improve lowering unnecessary costs and maintaining flexibility to the population served. Circle Family HealthCare Network is devoted to your heath at http://www.cfhcn.org/.

Chicago Family Health Center

Chicago Family Health Center prides itself as being a patient-centered medial home with a strong team to guide patients through a wide range of medical services, placing a strong emphasis on primary health and behavioral health services. Chicago Family Health Center has 6 accessible and affordable healthcare centers throughout Chicagoland. Visit their website to learn more, http://www.chicagofamilyhealth.org/.

Erie Family Health Center

Erie Family Health Center serves more than 43,000 patients annually throughout the city and surrounding suburbs at 12 centers, delivering comprehensive primary medical and dental care that responds to the needs of each community. Erie Family Health Center believes that healthcare is a right, not a privilege and wants to ensure that all Chicagoans have access to high-quality affordable healthcare services.  Erie’s highly skilled providers, innovative partnerships and forward-thinking approach make us a national leader for the provision of community-based healthcare.  For more information please visit http://www.eriefamilyhealth.org/.

Alivio Family Medical Center

Alivio Medical Center is a Federally Qualified Community Health Center.  Alivio’s mission is to provide quality cost-effective healthcare to the Latino, predominantly Mexican immigrant Community.  Alivio opened its doors for service on January 4, 1989. Alivio provides access to care to the uninsured, underinsured and working poor families and individuals who have not accessed healthcare due to language and culture barriers, intimidation of traditional healthcare institutions, little awareness of available resources and fear of immigration status.

Health promotion, health education and preventative healthcare are integral parts of Alivio’s comprehensive services and programs, such as family and behavioral healthcare, dental services for children, midwifery services and pharmacy.

Alivio presently serves over 28,000 patients, has six sites and will open a site in Berwyn and a School Base Health Center in Benito Juarez Community Academy this fall.

Alivio services Pilsen, Little Village, Back of the Yards, Archer Heights, Bridgeport, Brighton Park, McKinley Park, Gage Park and Armor Square.

Alivio’s providers who are bilingual, or bilingual bicultural, serve all patients regardless of their ability to pay.  Learn more at www.aliviomedicalcenter.org.

Access Community Health Network

Access Community Health Network (ACCESS) offers outstanding primary and preventive care in nearly 40 community health center locations throughout Chicago and the surrounding suburbs. Accredited by the Joint Commission, ACCESS serves as the medical home for nearly 200,000 patients each year. Visit ACCESS’s Facebook page at www.facebook.com/ACCESSCommunityHealth, or call toll-free to 1.866.882.2237 for more information.

Mercy Family Health Center

Mercy Family Health Center is a look-alike federally qualified health center, with four locations in Pilsen and the South Side of Chicago. Highly trained physicians, clinicians and staff provide comprehensive primary and specialty care for adults, infants and children. For more information, please visit http://www.mercy-chicago.org/family-health.

PCC Community Wellness Center

PCC Community Wellness Center (PCC) has ten health centers serving nine Chicago Community Areas and the near west suburbs. PCC’s mission is to improve the health outcomes of the medically underserved through the provision of high-quality, affordable and accessible primary healthcare and support services. PCC provides a wide range of services throughout the life cycle, such as family planning, behavioral healthcare, substance abuse counseling, oral healthcare, diabetes education and counseling, asthma education, disease screening, immunizations, health education, case management, home health visits, breastfeeding counseling and child development programs. For care centered around you, please visit a PCC provider today. Also, please visit PCC’s website for more information at www.pccwellness.org.



St. Francis Health Care

St. Francis Health Care, Ltd. has been in business for over 25 years. We are committed to providing our members with access to all of their healthcare needs through our growing group of physicians and healthcare providers. Our hospital affiliations include St. Francis Hospital, located in Evanston, Illinois, as well as Swedish Covenant Hospital, located in Chicago, Illinois. We work closely with our primary care physicians to ensure that member satisfaction is maintained and in encouraging preventative medicine with all of its benefits. For more information, please call 630-300-6238.



CampusCare is an affordable self-funded student health benefit program that has been providing comprehensive healthcare benefits to eligible enrolled students and their covered dependents at the University of Illinois Chicago, Rockford and Peoria campuses since 2004. More information can be obtained at:

Website: www.uic.edu/hsc/campuscare
Email: cchealth@uic.edu
Phone: 312-996-4915


Neighborhood Doctors Organization (NDO) of Chicago, Illinois is a support of Family Health Network. NDO provides healthcare services for the impoverished with Illinois Medicaid insurance. With over 30 locations throughout Chicago and neighboring suburbs, NDO is easily convenient for patients. For more information please call Family Health Network at 312-491-1956 or visit their website at www.fhnchicago.com.


Partners In Health is a physician-hospital organization managed by St. Bernard Hospital. With more than 80 physicians participating in Partners In Health, office visits are low-cost or free, varying with a patient’s health coverage. For more information regarding Partners In Health, please call 773-962-4188 or visit their website at www.stbh.org


Primary Care Joliet is a healthcare center which has been in service for over 20 years that specializes in Internal and Family medicine, encompassing several specialties. Each physician has a proven history of respecting patient needs and privacy while providing quality healthcare services. Primary Care Joliet offers a broad scope of patient care at three locations to serve patients most effectively and patients have the choice of 2 hospitals: Provena Saint Joseph and Silver Cross.  For more information on Primary Care Joliet services, please call 815-726-2200.

Independent Physicians at Mercy (IP@M)

The Independent Physicians at Mercy (IP@M) is an organization that provides managed care through contracts with a number of managed care plans to members who are enrolled in HMOs (Health Maintenance Organizations). IP@M has been serving Chicago since 1985 with over 250 primary care and specialty physicians. Collectively, our expert physicians bring a wealth of collaborative experience to our patients, providing the highest quality of care.

IP@M physicians admit their HMO patients to Mercy Hospital & Medical Center in Chicago and ancillary services, such as lab and x-ray, are also provided at Mercy facilities.  For more information, please visit http://mercyipa.org/.

Ambay Health Network

Ambay Health Network (AHN) is an Independent Physician’s Association (IPA) established with the idea of physicians working together to maximize their results to allow them to better service their patients. AHN is an innovator in utilizing technology to lower costs and turnaround times in efforts to better serve the physician and patient. The AHN staff has many years of highly qualified industry experience. Let AHN be a part of your health, visit them today at http://ambayhealthnetwork.com/.