Here at PCC, we are here to care for you and your family! Our primary care services are here for you at any stage in life, from infant to adulthood. As our patient, you will be at the center of our mission to improve your health. Your wellness is our ultimate goal.

PCC accepts all patients regardless of ability to pay. We accept Medicaid, All Kids, and Medicare. We also accept many major health plans. If you are not able to get health insurance, you may be able to use our sliding fee discount program. This is discount is based on total family income and size.

Information about insurance and payment can be found here.

We understand each individual patient has a unique situation. Therefore, we continually adjust our services to make sure you get the care you need. Understanding that each person is different, PCC’s focus is “care centered around you.”

Spanish speaking medical and support staff are available at each PCC site. Hablamos Español.

Our health care services include:

  • Pediatric care for babies and children
  • Teen care
  • Adult and older adult care
  • Pregnancy services
  • Sports medicine
  • Behavioral health services, such as mental health and substance use services
  • Dental services
  • Health education
  • Events and workshops
  • Patient groups and classes
  • Community farm and farm stand
  • Community yoga


Finding a Primary Care Provider

A primary care provider (PCP) is a health care provider who sees people with common medical problems. We call our PCPs “providers.” They are family medicine physicians and advanced practice nurses. They are responsible for working with a care team to come up with the best plan for you. Together, you will address whatever concerns you have about your health.

Selecting a provider is a very important step for your health care. Here at PCC, we encourage having a trusting, ongoing relationship with your provider and your care team. Check out our list of providers to find someone you can work with.


Making an Appointment at PCC

Making an appointment makes it easier for you to see the same provider each time you come for a visit. It also helps keep your wait times lower. You should call the health center where your provider is located to make an appointment.

You can also make an appointment through MyPCC, our Patient Portal.


Getting Ready for a PCC Appointment

To always be prepared, bring your:

✔ Photo ID
✔ Current insurance card
✔ Paperwork frital or other doctors you have seen recently
✔ Medications are currently using

Also, remember that a copay may be due at the time of service.


Community Networks

PCC works with West Suburban Medical Center. We also work with Steinmetz College Prep High School, a Chicago Public School.

PCC also works with other social service agencies. This helps ensure we can refer you to additional services, if needed. For example, we can connect you with your local WIC office. We can also help connect you with housing assistance or transportation assistance.