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.
Chicago is the third-most populous city in the United States and the most populous city in the American Midwest, with approximately 2.7 million residents. Its metropolitan area (also called "Chicagoland"), which extends into Indiana and Wisconsin.
As a multicultural city that thrives on the harmony and diversity of its neighborhoods, Chicago today embodies the values of America's heartland-integrity, hard work, and community and reflects the ideals in the social fabric of its 77 distinct neighborhoods.
Chicago is also a leader in reforming public schools, enhancing public safety and security initiatives, providing affordable housing in attractive and economically sound communities, ensuring accessibility for all and fostering, social, economic, and environmental sustainability.
In Chicago, you're one of us. Whether hanging out in vibrant neighborhoods or kicking back in Millenium Park, you'll always feel welcome. So, grab a seat in one of our 200+ theaters. Enjoy miles of shopping. Be amazed by our museum treasures. Soak up the sun on sandy beaches or rooftop bars. And dine at our Michelin-star restaurants. With the countless experiences, there are to have in Chicago, you'll fit right in and feel right at home.
Portage Park, packed with classic Chicago-style bungalows, is named for its picturesque park. The natural area, which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places, famously hosted the Pan-American Games in 1959 and the U.S. Olympic swimming trials in 1972.
Today, the park is a beloved summertime hangout thanks to its lush landscaping, dog-friendly area, tennis courts, playground, cultural arts building, Olympic-size pool, and a regular farmer’s market. Its natural beauty also makes it a popular spot for weddings. Nearby Chopin Park is another picturesque place to wander and picnic in the warmer months.