Clinic expands medical care to all in Woodstock
WOODSTOCK – A lesser-known medical clinic is expecting more clients now that a federal grant has allowed it to expand to serve the entire community.
Not to be confused with its neighbor and one-time partner, Family Health Partnership Clinic, Community Health Partnership Clinic has served the county’s migrant and seasonal workers for three decades. There are an estimated 30,000 migrant farm workers and their families in Illinois, the clinic’s parent group, Community Health Partnership of Illinois, estimates.
Since December, a one-time, $450,000 grant has allowed Community Health Partnership Clinic to offer health care to the broader community. Much like Family Health Partnership Clinic, it provides medical care to people who are uninsured or underinsured. It accepts Medicaid and income-based self-payment.
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