Cook County Health Opens New Health Center

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On Wednesday, November 17, 2021, Cook County Health hosted a ribbon cutting at its new Belmont Cragin Health Center at 5501 West Fullerton Avenue, Chicago. The new $12 million, 25,000-square-foot health center offers pediatric and adult primary care and women’s health, as well as specialty care services such as cardiology and endocrinology. The Women, Infants and Children (WIC) food assistance program is also on-site, and COVID-19 vaccines are available to both existing patients and members of the community. The Belmont Cragin Health Center replaces CCH’s Logan Square facility. It is twice the size of the Logan Square site and is equipped with 30 exam rooms compared to 12 at Logan Square. The health center can accommodate more than 37,000 visits annually. This health center is one part of CCH’s broader health equity strategy to provide high-quality, patient-centered care in the neighborhoods where its patients live and work. For more information about the Belmont Cragin Health Center, please visit or call 773-395-7400.

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