One aspect that makes CCAI and CCAI, NFP unique is our Anchor Health Homes. In addition to being fully accessible and user-friendly, you can visit an Anchor Health Home for the majority of your health care needs. This saves you the time and hassle of going to more than one doctor’s office, clinic or rehab facility. Plus, your care is better coordinated because the Anchor Health Home maintains one record containing all of your medical information.
CCAI and CCAI, NFP educates Medical Home Teams on methods to improve care capacity and capabilities to provide Wellness Programs, preventative care, management of Chronic Health Conditions and coordination and continuity of care through office visits, practitioner and provider manuals, newsletters, mailings and website updates.
CCAI and CCAI, NFP will provide oversight and monitoring and support to asses Medical Home performance based on performance metrics that align with our contract with HFS and the standard and accepted PCMH criteria. Upon request by the practitioner or provider, CCAI and CCAI, NFP will provide general guidance or access to resources each individual practice may choose to utilize as part of its PCMH transformation and improvement efforts.
For more information about Anchor Health Homes call Member Services at 1-866-871-2305 or TTY 711.
Crusader Community Health is a community based, non-profit community health center founded in 1972 to serve the Rock River Valley area with quality health care for all people in need. It is part of a national network of Federally Qualified Health Centers serving low income and medically underserved communities. Crusader provides health care for all, regardless of their ability to pay, as it eliminates disparities in healthcare.
For 42 years, Crusader has been a major part of the Rockford, Illinois community ‘safety net,’ providing excellent medical and dental care one patient at a time. Crusader’s care reached 47,719 individuals with 205,668 visits during 2012. One in five residents trust Crusader to be their primary care medical and dental provider. More than 1,200 babies were delivered by Crusader providers at our partner hospital, that is one in four area babies.
Crusader has strategically assembled the core building blocks of a quality staff, attractive facilities and a high-tech work environment. Innovative programs such as our on-site behavioral health program and our ‘Kids Care Now’ program for no appointment pediatric care has filled an important niche in our services and community needs.
Services are available on a sliding discount basis. Crusader Community Health has four locations in northern Illinois:
Crusader Community Health Belvidere,
1050 Logan Avenue, Belvidere
Crusader Community Health on Broadway
Uram Building, Boradway & 7th
Crusader Community Health Loves Park
6115 N. 2nd Street, Loves Park.
Crusader Community Health on West State Street
1200 West State Street
For more information on Crusader Community Health visit: www.crusaderhealth.org
Angela Hadie AGPC-NP BC
Ruth Shah, NP
Dr. Daniel Vicencio
Integrated Health Care, Humboldt Park provides holistic, integrated and compassionate primary care services to people of all ages. We are fully equipped for those in the community with physical and mental disabilities. Our state-of-the-art equipment makes our clinic fully accessible for all people, including those who are wheelchair-bound or have physical limitations. The care you receive at MSHC Humboldt Park is directly connected to the entire UI Health System including a hospital and specialty clinics. We are located at 3240 W. Division, Chicago, IL 60651. To make an appointment call 312.413.7425. Hours: Monday-Friday 9-5. Services include:
Barbara Shaw, DNP
Mount Sinai Hospital is proud to partner with Community Care Alliance of Illinois (CCAI).
Our care is consumer-driven, and culturally sensitive.
To get primary care at Mount Sinai, please sign-up for this Primary Care Provider (PCP):
Sinai Medical Group at South State
Mike Malone, DO
5050 S. State Street, Suite 204
Chicago, IL 60609
Mount Sinai gives outpatient and residential psychiatric and mental health services to adults and seniors along with:
The outpatient and residential programs are accredited by the Commission on the Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF). Services are funded, in part, by the Illinois Department of Human Services, Division of Mental Health.
Mount Sinai Hospital
California Avenue at 15th Street
Chicago, IL 60608
Walk-in psychiatric crisis emergency services are on-hand 24/7 at Mount Sinai’s Emergency Department (ER). Services are geared towards you. They also are sensitive to many cultures.
Sinai Psychiatry and Behavioral Health (SPBH)
Sinai Community Institute Building
2653 West Ogden – 2nd Floor
Chicago, IL 60608
Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Saturday services are by appointment only.
SPBH gives outpatient psychiatric care for adults including:
Appointments are not needed. New patients are seen as “walk-ins.” Translation is available in Spanish, English and ASL.
Our hours are Monday through Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
For more information please visit us at www.Sinai.org.
Rockford Health Physicians, part of Rockford Health System, and formerly known as Rockford Clinic started in 1951. Rockford Health Physicians, a multispecialty clinic, has over 170 employed physicians and over 300 physicians on staff. At our Main Clinic, 2300 N. Rockton Avenue, there are three internal medicine primary care providers, three family practice providers, and four pediatricians along with various adult and pediatric medical specialties. There is also a convenient care clinic located in this building.
Sandra Nicolosi, APRN
Schwab Rehabilitation Hospital is proud to work with Community Care Alliance of Illinois (CCAI). We offer a specialized Anchor site for people with a disability. In line with CCAI’s Model of Care, Schwab has on-site primary care providers (PCP’s). PCP’s work as a team with Schwab’s rehabilitation staff to give coordinated care. The PCP’s also work with on-site CCAI nurse care coordinators and social workers. The care they give is disability-friendly. Services that people with a disability can get at Schwab are:
Schwab‘s Extended Services Program is a source for hospital staff, patients and the local area. It gives information, disability resources and services. These services promote positive living in the community. This helps people with disabilities reach their highest level of independence and quality of life. Our disability resources can also help you and your loved ones find more information. Some topics you can learn about are advocacy, accessibility, housing and violence prevention.
Schwab Deaf Services
Kishore Bobba (primary care)
Gary Kaufman (deaf anchor site)
Regina Matthews, MSN, APN, FNP-BC
Chicagoland Anchor Health Homes
Rockford Anchor Health Homes