Our Integrated Clinics include services for contraception, pregnancy testing, screening, diagnosis and management of sexually transmitted diseases/sex transmitted infections and childhood immunizations.
Some services are provided on a sliding fee scale basis. Certain eligibility requirements apply and will be discussed when you call to make your appointment.
Services provided to suburban Cook County residents include:
- Family planning
- Women, Infants and Children (WIC)
- Breast and Cervical Cancer Screening
- Sexually Transmitted Infections (STI)/Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STD)
- Prenatal Program
- Vision and Hearing
- Public Health Nursing Home Visits
- Dental Health Services
All Cook County Department of Public Health clinical services are for residents of suburban Cook County and are conducted by appointment only. To make an appointment for our clinical services, please call one of the following four numbers and the operator will discuss your eligibility requirements and assist you in making an appointment at one of our clinic locations.
- (847) 818-2860 TDD (847) 818-2023
- (708) 786-4000 TDD: (708) 786-4002
- (708) 974-6160 TDD: (708) 974-6043
- (708) 232-4500 TDD: (708) 232-4010
For more information on these specific services provided by CCDPH, please visit their website at www.cookcountypublichealth.org.
Tuberculosis (TB) Clinics
To make an appointment for at a CCDPH TB clinic or to report a case of Tuberculosis, please call (708) 836-8600. The operator will assist you in making an appointment at one of our clinics nearest to your home.
Communicable Disease Services in Suburban Cook County
Communicable diseases are infectious diseases that are spread from person to person (e.g., E. coli, Salmonella, chickenpox) or from animals to people (e.g., rabies, H1N1). There are 70 communicable diseases that are reportable to the Cook County Department of Public Health (CCDPH) so we can prevent the spread.
In addition, we prevent the spread of infectious diseases through disease surveillance, community education, outbreak response and by providing recommendations to control the spread of communicable diseases in suburban Cook County.