FHPC Executive Director, Suzanne Hoban, and Nurse Manager, Pat Montemurro, met with several legislatures during #ILFreeClinicsDay on Capital Hill in Springfield on March 20, 2019. They advocated for the positive impact free and charitable clinics have on healthcare in the state. And, they shared views on access to healthcare and what Family Health Partnership Clinic provides in McHenry County.
Congressman Sean Casten visits FHPC
We welcomed Congressman Sean Casten on March 18th and were impressed with his interest and concern about access to healthcare. He had a desire to learn what Family Health Partnership Clinic provides for our local community and to understand our 22 years history. It was a positive visit and we appreciate the Congressman’s time.
Project: Get the Word Out
We estimate that 20,000 people in McHenry County do not have health insurance and we try our hardest to get the awareness of the clinic out to the public. But, we realize we cannot do this alone and need the help of others. We need you to help us get the word out. Please tell people you know that the …
National Free and Charitable Clinics 2018 survey results
The 1400 free and charitable clinics recorded 6 million patient visits in the U.S. throughout 2018. Free and charitable clinics are an important part of the health care system in our country. The National Association of Free and Charitable Clinics conducted a survey in 2018 and here are the findings.
We are grateful for our March volunteer providers!
Each month, local providers volunteer their time to care for our patients. This volunteerism makes the cost to operate the clinic possible. They are selfless and caring beyond measure. Thank you to: Dr. DHaan, Dr. Gorgolione, Jerry Sullivan, Dr. Skopec, Dr. Kakish, Dr. Lesser, Denise Smith, Dr. Gogineni, Chrissy Hepperlen, Dr. Bremer, Dr. Mowery, Sarah Ferguson, Dr. Hagenbruch, Dr. Palliser, …