Available to read and/or download is a listing of all the insurances the Will County Community Health Center accepts. We look forward to serving you.
The Affordable Care Act is new legislation to make health insurance affordable for everyone. The Center can guide you through the program.
The Community Health Center is currently located at:
1106 Neal Avenue
Joliet, IL 60433
Spanish Speaking Physicians Available
The Will County Community Health Center regularly offers immunizations at three convenient locations.
JOLIET – The Will County Health Department has added an Ebola Information Line for area residents interested in local Ebola news and developments.
JOLIET – New federal grant dollars awarded by an agency of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services will enable the Will County Community Health Center to expand available services and add behavioral health to its scope of practice.
JOLIET – The Will County Community Health Center (1106 Neal Avenue in Joliet), is pleased to announce the addition of Tracy L. Vera M.D. to its medical staff beginning Tuesday, September 2.
Do you need a school, sports or camp physical? Avoid the Rush! Don't wait until the last minute!
¿Nesecita un examen fisico para la escuela, deportes, o campamento? Evite las prisas! No espere al ultimo minuto!
JOLIET – Lyme Disease is the most prominent of several illnesses carried by ticks, tiny blood-sucking insects that may be no larger than a poppy seed. With the arrival of warmer weather, the Will County Health Department urges hunters, campers, hikers, and others who spend time outdoors to be especially mindful of the risks posed by Lyme Disease and its potential complications. Lyme Disease is known to have infected more than 340,000 Americans since 1982, and scientists believe that total represents only a fraction of the actual incidence.
JOLIET – Science and technology are winning the fight against colorectal cancer, but many Americans still avoid simple screening tests that could save their lives.Cancers of the colon and rectum will kill more than 51,000 Americans during 2014, even though several safe and effective screening options can dramatically reduce personal risk. The Will County Health Department urges area residents, especially those over the age of 50, to consult a health care professional about the need for colorectal cancer screening.