Look Around, Look Within: Your Surroundings Impact Your Mental Health
May is Mental Health Month, a time to focus on raising awareness about the importance of mental health and the challenges many people face. This
Understanding Your Risk Factors for High Blood Pressure: Lifestyle Behaviors, Medical Conditions, and Genetics
High blood pressure, or hypertension, is a common medical condition affecting millions worldwide. It occurs when the force of blood against the walls of your
Primary Care Medical Home (PCMH): What Does That Mean?
If you are a patient at or community partner with Greater Family Health, you might have heard the staff talk about PCMH. You might have
Navigating Hardships: Recognizing the Dangers of Alcohol Addiction
Life can be full of hardships that leave us feeling lost and unsure of how to move forward. These challenges can be overwhelming and complicated,
Important Notice: Medicaid Patients Must Sign Up Again to Continue to Receive Medicaid Benefits
The COVID-19 pandemic brought several unprecedented challenges, including the need to provide continuous healthcare coverage to Medicaid patients. The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services
Greater Family Health celebrates 1 Year of Serving Palatine-Area Residents!
This month, Greater Family Health celebrates the first anniversary of its Health Center in Palatine, Illinois. The primary health care facility, located at 345 W
Greater Family Health Attends National Association of Community Health Centers’ (NACHC) Annual Policy & Issues Forum
Greater Family Health leadership attended the National Association of Community Health Centers’ (NACHC) annual Policy & Issues Forum in Washington, DC. Ending on March 11,
Health is Wealth: National Nutrition Month
In today’s fast-paced world, where the pursuit of success and financial stability often takes precedent over one’s well-being, the adage “Health is Wealth” holds true.
January 2023 Patient Satisfaction Survey Results Available!
One of Greater Family Health’s top priorities is to provide quality, affordable health care services in a respectful manner that meets the needs of our