Fees

Fees

Discounted Fees Based on Federally Established Guidelines

As a Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC), Will County Community Health Center offers discounts based on federally established guidelines.  You may be eligible for a discount if you are not covered by an insurance plan. Services are not free. 

Discounts are based upon family size and income.  Proof of income is required to be considered for a discount. Discount levels are 25%, 50%, 75% and 100% on eligible services.  There is a minimum $25.00 fee due per visit, regardless of discount.  Discounts are re-evaluated each year.

In order to remain financially viable and competitive in their local marketplace and to help improve access to care patients may be required to be assessed for eligible entitlements (entitlements may include Medicaid, Illinois Healthy Women, IBCCP, or other public benefits).  Will County Community Health Center provides assistance in completing entitlement programs.

Most Laboratory services for self-pay patients ordered and processed at the clinic are eligible for discounts and are billed by the centers' contracted vendors.  Laboratory discounts are available to patients of the center only.

This Health Center is a Health Center Program grantee under 42 U.S.C. 245b, & a deemed Public Health Service employee under 42 U.S.C. 233(g)-(n).

We accept Medicaid, Medicare, private insurance,  and PPO’s.  Patients without insurance are on a sliding fee scale. MasterCard & Visa may also be used.


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MAKE THE WILL COUNTY HEALTH CENTER YOUR CHOICE FOR WOMEN'S SERVICES

MAKE THE WILL COUNTY HEALTH CENTER YOUR CHOICE FOR WOMEN'S SERVICES

Dr. Tracy Vera & Dr. Cynthia Vera: Speaks English and Spanish

Our Center believes that if a patient feels a familiarity with their doctor and they feel safe and not judged, there is more of a connection, leading to better outcomes.
COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTER PROVIDER DOES NOT GIVE UP

COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTER PROVIDER DOES NOT GIVE UP

PERSISTENCE MAKES A DIFFERENCE

Due to Dolly's persistence and referring her to the Silver Cross Diabetic Education Program, patient Ana L. is continually making positive changes in her lifestyle.
THANK YOU FOR TRUSTING US WITH YOUR HEALTH CARE NEEDS

THANK YOU FOR TRUSTING US WITH YOUR HEALTH CARE NEEDS

Message from Mary Maragos - CEO of Will County Community Health Center

Since 1995 we have been successfully meeting the needs of our patients by providing comprehensive, integrated and coordinated care. 

ENROLLING IN A MEDICARE AND/OR MEDICAID MANAGED CARE HEALTH PLAN

SELECTING A MANAGED CARE PLAN AND DESIGNATING YOUR PRIMARY CARE PROVIDER

ENROLLING IN A MEDICARE AND/OR MEDICAID MANAGED CARE HEALTH PLAN
FRIDAY OPEN HOUSE FOR HEALTH DEPARTMENT'S COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTER

FRIDAY OPEN HOUSE FOR HEALTH DEPARTMENT'S COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTER

Part of National Health Center Week Celebration

A 10 AM to 12 Noon Open House Friday at their 1106 Neal Avenue Location in Joliet.
NORTHERN BRANCH OFFICE: GRAND OPENING FOR COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTER

NORTHERN BRANCH OFFICE: GRAND OPENING FOR COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTER

10 AM to 12 Noon Tuesday August 1st; Marking New Psychiatry and Family Medicine Services

This event marks the recent addition of Community Health Center Psychiatry and Family Medicine services to the Health Department's Northern Branch Office in Bolingbrook.
KNOW YOUR TICKS; AND WHAT TO DO ABOUT THEM

KNOW YOUR TICKS; AND WHAT TO DO ABOUT THEM

Recent Death of Missouri State Park Worker Sparks Attention

It is very important to be educated about ticks, and not to confuse them with similar related pests and insects.
WILL CO HEALTH DEPT COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTER ACCREDITATION NOW OFFICIAL

WILL CO HEALTH DEPT COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTER ACCREDITATION NOW OFFICIAL

Joint Commission's Recognition of Community Health Center Now in Record Books

Chief Executive Officer Mary Maragos and Chief Medical Officer Dr. Jennifer Byrd led a two year effort to achieve the facility's accreditation.
MEN'S HEALTH MONTH: MEN CONTINUE TO BE MORE ABOUT REACTION THAN PREVENTION

MEN'S HEALTH MONTH: MEN CONTINUE TO BE MORE ABOUT REACTION THAN PREVENTION

Regular Doctor Visits, Diet, and Physical Activity Remain of Utmost Importance

Men still need a push when it comes to both visiting their doctors and improving their daily lifestyles.
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