For more than two decades, we’ve been honored to serve individuals and families from across northwest suburban Illinois. Each of them depends on us to provide quality, affordable health care, including for those without the ability to pay. If you’re thinking about making an appointment with us, here’s why families like yours keep coming back to us.
Convenient hours and locations
We know you have a busy schedule, and that’s why we make it easy for you to receive the care you need. With nine locations across Illinois, our offering of same-day and next-day appointments, evening/weekend hours and walk-in appointments, and Virtual Visits, we make it easy to get the care you need. Take a look to learn more.
Affordable care for all
You’ll never be turned away for an inability to pay. If you don’t have insurance or are underinsured, you may qualify for our sliding fee discount program. We also accept many different forms of payment, including self-pay, insurance, Medicaid Managed Care plans, Medicare, and most PPOs. Payment is expected at the time of service. Cash, checks, and major credit cards are accepted.
We also participate in the federal 340B Drug Discount Program, which allows uninsured persons to purchase medications from partner pharmacies at a substantial discount. When you use one of our partner pharmacies, you can save a lot of money on your prescriptions!
Over three-quarters of our at Greater Family Health are bilingual in Spanish, and almost 85% are bilingual beyond Spanish. We speak:
We also offer professional translation services for multiple languages. If you need translation services, please be sure to tell us o during your visit. In addition, our website can be translated into six languages.
Because we serve a diverse group of patients from all over northwest suburban Illinois, we want everyone to feel welcome here, no matter what language they speak.
We can help you enroll in health benefits
Navigating health benefits can be tricky, so that’s why our team of certified navigators can work with you to make sure you get the health coverage you need. Our health benefits specialists are available to talk to you anytime throughout the year. We’ll explain what plans you qualify for and help you get enrolled.
We’ll help you get to your appointment
If you’re having trouble accessing transportation, we can help. When you call to make an appointment, ask our phone operator about how we can reimburse you for your travel cost. Also, your insurance might provide transportation assistance benefits for non-emergency medical visits.
Easy access to the Family Case Management (FCM) and Women, Infants and Children Program (WIC)
The Family Case Management program can help connect expectant mothers or families with a baby under the age of 1 to essential services such as medical services, childcare, transportation, housing, food, and mental health needs and/or substance use disorder services. The program also offers a free baby shower to enrolled expectant mothers.
The WIC program is a federal nutrition program offered through the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) and administered in Illinois by the Department of Human Services (DHS). If you are pregnant, breastfeeding, have an infant or a child under five, and are working with a limited income or have no income and need help providing food for your family, enrolling in these programs can make a big difference in your life.
What’s great about the FCM and WIC programs is that it helps parents to monitor and feed their children properly during critical periods of growth and development. These programs provide education and support, and access to nutritious foods and other essential services.
For more information, call us at 844-599-3700.