As of March 20, 2020, any patient calling Greater Family Health to schedule an appointment will be asked questions about their health and recent travel. Additionally, all patients calling Greater Family Health who have any COVID-19 symptom will be triaged by a Greater Family Health provider who will assess whether the patient needs to come into any of Greater Family Health’s Health Centers for care.
Further, Greater Family Health has limited the types of appointments that will be scheduled for care:
b. Women’s Wellness Exams/PAP smears in those with a prior negative test
c. Well-child visits (the exception being a visit for immunizations)
4. Paperwork visits. At this time, all patients must mail or fax the forms that you need filled out. Click here for a list of our fax numbers. The provider will review the forms and complete them as appropriate. If the provider determines that an appointment is necessary for this service, Greater Family Health will follow-up with you and schedule an appointment with you. Otherwise, Greater Family Health will let you know once the completed forms are available.
Greater Family Health’s OB department will continue to operate as normal.
Greater Family Health Dental Clinic and School-based Dental Clinics
Following the instructions of the Illinois Department of Public Health, Greater Family Health will no longer be offering non-emergent or elective oral health care.
Greater Family Health’s Dental Clinic will continue to remain open for such patients during our standard hours.
Unfortunately, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, all Greater Family Health school-based dental clinics are presently cancelled.