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Redefining Access to Health Care:
The Critical Role of Free and
Charitable Clinics in Illinois

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Free and charitable clinics play a vital role in Illinois's health care safety net and public health system. They provide essential primary care services, address the needs of uninsured and underinsured individuals, offer preventive care and health education, facilitate specialty care referrals, engage in community outreach, and advocate for policies that enhance access to health care for vulnerable populations.

CommunityHealth is proud to partner with IAFCC (Illinois Association of Free and Charitable Clinics) for a conversation showcasing how collaborations and partnerships between free and charitable clinics, hospitals, and government entities help leverage resources, expertise, and infrastructure to ensure a more comprehensive and coordinated health care safety net in Chicago and Illinois.

Tuesday, August 8, 2023

8:30AM - 10:30AM

Illinois Medical District (IMD), 2100 W Harrison Street, Chicago, IL 60612

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Representative Theresa Mah

State Representative,
24th District of Illinois

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Erin Ryan

Interim President,
The Night Ministry

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Stephanie Willding, MPA

Chief Executive Officer, 

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President and CEO,
Michael Reese Health Trust

Gayla Brockman, Moderator

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