Aunt Martha’s is an award-winning nationally recognized leader in community healthcare and the third largest community health center network in Illinois. Through our progressive and coordinated model of care, Aunt Martha’s has built a reputation as an innovator of patient-centered health and an essential component of the healthcare ecosystem.
Our staff of over 1,000, including health care providers, social workers, educators, counselors, and advocates, are all committed to serving more than 70,000 patients and clients annually.
Aunt Martha’s has 16 health centers throughout Chicago and the counties of Cook, Iroquois, Kane, Kankakee, Stark, Vermilion and Will. Our selection of health centers offers you the convenience of living close to where you work. Whether you prefer small-town coziness, quaint suburban living or a metropolitan setting, you’ll find a rich variety of neighborhoods in our service areas with all the amenities to meet practically every need and lifestyle.
Whatever your passion, come find your perfect place in Greater Peoria. Our communities offer quiet residential areas, homes, and urban condos with spectacular river views, open farmland, or acres of wooded serenity.
Enjoy big-city amenities with a small-town feel in Peoria, Illinois. Located halfway between Chicago and St. Louis in the heart of the state, a first glimpse of the city includes a scenic skyline the follows the banks of the Illinois River. Along this vibrant riverfront, you can enjoy a concert, take in one of the city's many festivals, grab a bite to eat, or take a stroll up and down Peoria's breathtaking trails. Still looking for something to do? Head to a minor-league baseball or hockey game, attend a nationally-touring concert or musical or enjoy a show from the ballet or symphony.
There are many opportunities for outdoor recreation as well. Play a round at one of Peoria's many golf courses; explore the expanded zoo complete with lions, giraffes, and hippos; or take in a variety of native Illinois animals like buffalo and elk roaming at Wildlife Prairie Park. If you prefer to be indoors, check out the Caterpillar Visitor Center, which pays tribute to this Fortune 500 company's history, view one of the many exhibits at the Peoria Riverfront Museum, gaze at the stars in the museum Planetarium, or watch a movie in the all-digital Giant Screen theater.