Dr. Lovaasen is a family medicine physician who joined PCC in 2011. She earned her medical degree from Loyola University Chicago – Stritch School of Medicine in 2008 and completed residency at West Suburban Family Medicine Residency.
Justyna Klatka joined PCC in 2015 as Dental Clinic Administrator. Justyna has over ten years’ experience in oral health care with demonstrated progression in roles and responsibilities.
Dr. Geissler is a family medicine physician who received her medical training at the Brody School of Medicine at East Carolina University and completed residency at West Suburban Medical Center.
Chicago, IL - The PCC Austin Produce Market is open for only one more week, bringing fresh and delicious produce into West Side Chicago for even tastier prices. PCC Community Wellness Center’s AmeriCorps Healthy Lifestyle Team will host the market on Saturday, July 30th from 9:00am to 12:00pm. This is located in the parking lot of the PCC Austin Family Health Center, 5425 West Lake Street, Chicago, Illinois 60644.
Chicago, IL - Yesterday PCC Community Wellness Center (PCC) held a groundbreaking ceremony for its latest project to improve health outcomes—the PCC Austin Community Farm. Located in Chicago’s Austin neighborhood in an 8,000-square-foot lot across the street from PCC Austin Family Health Center, the farm was made possible by a $350,000 grant from the Humana Foundation. PCC is partnering with the Chicago Botanic Garden, which will provide participants from its urban agricultural program, Windy City Harvest, to install and maintain the farm.
Oak Park, IL - PCC Austin Produce Market's fifth season begins on Tuesday, June 2 with a new twist: organically grown produce grown on-site by PCC Community Wellness Center (PCC). Instead of simply telling patients to eat well, the community health center is providing easy access to produce within the Austin community. Produce grown on the farm will be harvested and sold at the market. First harvest picks will include mustard and collard greens, kale, radishes, lettuce, and scallions.