History
PCC Community Wellness Center (PCC) began in 1980 as the Parent Child Center, a three-room clinic at West Suburban Medical Center that offered prenatal, postpartum, and infant care for underserved residents of Chicago’s impoverished Austin community. In 1992, PCC Community Wellness Center was incorporated as an independent, 501(c) 3 nonprofit organization, and attained the status of a Federally Qualified Health Center look-alike. Since then, PCC has grown to encompass eleven health centers, serving nine Chicago Community Areas (CCA’s) on the west side, and the near west suburbs. PCC also provides care at West Suburban Medical Center, Westlake Hospital, Norwegian American Hospital and Loretto Hospital.

This health center is a Health Center Program grantee under 42 U.S.C. 254b, and a deemed Public Health Service employee under 42 U.S.C. 233(g)-(n).”


Mission
The mission of PCC is to improve health outcomes for the medically underserved community through the provision of high quality, affordable, and accessible primary health care and support services. Anchored with family medicine, we are committed to serving the needs of all people in all stages of life, while we continue to specialize in the delivery of comprehensive maternal and child health services to address this unmet need in our community.


Vision
PCC, in partnership with its physicians and staff, provides quality medical services to the medically underserved in the community.

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