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Aunt Martha's - Chicago Heights
1536 Vincennes Avenue
Chicago Heights, IL 60411
Metro Area
Chicago-Naperville-Elgin, IL-IN

Facility Details

Aunt Martha’s Health & Wellness is the third largest provider of social services and community health services to the state of Illinois. For more than 40 years we have been providing coordinated primary, pediatric, OB, dental, and psychiatric services to rural and urban communities throughout the state of Illinois. We have a comprehensive onboarding process that includes provider orientation, company orientation, clinic shadowing, and EHR training to help integrate Physicians into Aunt Martha’s health care family.

With 25 health centers located from Chicago to Danville, we seek compassionate Physicians to provide primary family medicine, pediatric, dental and psychiatric care to our patients located in rural and urban Illinois communities.

The Chicago Heights Community Health Center began providing services in 1997 as a school-linked health center.

In 1999, it became the first Aunt Martha’s site to become a Federally Qualified Health Center (our Aurora Community Health Center followed a year later). In 2004, Aunt Martha’s moved the health center into its current location, a clinic which the agency acquired from St. James Hospital.

The Chicago Heights Community Health Center is located on Vincennes Avenue, one block east of Chicago Road and one block south of St. James Hospital.

Community Details

Chicago Heights, IL

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Chicago Heights is a suburb of Chicago with a population of 30,349. Chicago Heights is in Cook County. Living in Chicago Heights offers residents a suburban feel and most residents own their homes. 

Spanning 63 municipalities and 400 square miles, with over 600 holes of golf, 800 festivals and events, 40,000 acres of forestry, countless miles of trails, family-friendly attractions, shopping facilities, art galleries, theaters and the best restaurants around, the only thing you can’t do in the Chicago Southland is see it all in one day.