Here’s a list of Chicago health clinics that provide prenatal care for low-income or uninsured people

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For migrants arriving in Chicago, finding health care can be a daunting issue. A frequent first stop for many is Cook County Health, a Chicago public health system. However, wait times for appointments at clinics can grow long, and those needing more timely care — including pregnant migrants arriving to the city — are not always aware of other options.

It’s not easy to find a ready list of clinics in Chicago that offer OB-GYN services for low-cost or sliding scale. The list below draws from Chicago’s array of Federally Qualified Health Centers, or FQHCs, that serve people who are uninsured, low income and on Medicaid. While far from comprehensive, it was compiled with assistance from advocates and health experts and provides a starting point for any pregnant person seeking prenatal care in Chicago.

ACCESS Community Health Network

ACCESS is an FQHC that offers a broad range of services, with 30 of its 35 locations providing OB-GYN services. For a full list of locations, click here and select the specialty “Obstetrics and Gynecology.”

Alivio Medical Center

Alivio provides low-cost health care to the uninsured and uninsured. They are a bilingual organization and focus on providing care to the Hispanic community. They have several doctors that provide OB/GYN services. To find a provider, click here and select the specialty “OB/Gynecology.”

Aunt Martha’s Health and Wellness

Aunt Martha’s has numerous locations in and outside of Chicago. In Chicago, it provides women’s health and OB-GYN services at its Humboldt Park and Southeast Side locations, listed below.


Humboldt Park Community Health Center, 2641 W. Division St., Chicago

Southeast Side Community Health Center, 3528 E. 118th St., Chicago

Phone: 877-692-8686

Beloved Community Family Wellness Center

Beloved Community is an FQHC offering health care services to the Englewood community.

Location: 6821 S. Halsted St., Chicago

Phone: 773-651-3629

Chicago Family Health Center

Chicago Family Health has six locations in the Chicago area, four of which provide women’s health and OB-GYN services.


South Chicago Health Center, 9119 S. Exchange Ave., Chicago

Pullman Health Center, 570 E. 115th St., Chicago

Chicago Lawn Health Center, 3223 W. 63rd St., Chicago

Roseland Health Center, 120 W. 111th St., Chicago

Phone: 773-768-5000

Erie Family Health Center

Erie has a number of health clinics in and around the Chicago area, including nine locations that provide reproductive health, family planning and prenatal care.


Erie Division Street, 2418 W. Division St., Chicago

Erie Foster Avenue, 5215 N. California Ave, 7th Floor, Chicago

Erie Helping Hands, 4747 N. Kedzie Ave., Chicago

Erie Humboldt Park Health Center, 2750 W. North Ave., Health Services–1st Floor, Chicago

Erie Teen Health Center, 2418 W. Division St, Chicago

Erie West Town, 1701 W. Superior St., Health Services–2nd Floor, Chicago

Erie Westside Health Center, 646 N. Lawndale Ave., Chicago

Erie HealthReach Waukegan, 2323 Grand Ave., Waukegan

Erie Evanston/Skokie Health Center, 1285 Hartrey Ave., Evanston

Phone: 312-666-3494

Esperanza Health Centers

Esperanza provides bilingual health care to the Southwest Side communities. Its list of providers in Obstetrics, Gynecology and Midwifery can be found here.


Esperanza California, 2001 S. California Ave. Suite 100, Chicago

Esperanza Little Village, 3059 W. 26th St., Chicago

Esperanza Brighton Park, 4700 S. California Ave., Chicago

Esperanza 63rd Street, 4058 W. 63rd St., Chicago

Esperanza Marquette, 6550 S. Richmond St., Chicago

Phone: 773-584-6200

Infant Welfare Society

The Infant Welfare Society aims to be a “one-stop-shop” for health care for children and their families. They also offer prenatal care and coordinate support groups for women with similar due dates.

Location: 3600 W. Fullerton Ave., Chicago

Phone number: 773-782-2800

Lawndale Christian Health Center

Lawndale serves patients across Chicago’s West Side. Like the Infant Welfare Society, it offers both traditional prenatal care and health visits, and a support group called Center Pregnancy. Prenatal care is offered at three of their locations. Lawndale also provides assistance to pregnant individuals applying for the Moms & Babies program to continue their Medicaid coverage.


Archer Avenue, 5122 S. Archer Ave., Chicago; 872-588-3560

Farragut Academy, 3256 W. 24th St., Chicago; 872-588-3540

Health and Fitness Center, 3750 W. Ogden Ave., Chicago; 872-588-3000

Mile Square Health Center (UI Health)

Mile Square Health Center is part of the University of Illinois (UI) health system. They offer prenatal care at multiple sites, including their main clinic on South Wood Street. For a full list of locations, click here.

Phone: 312-996-2000

Near North Health

Near North Health is an FQHC geared towards communities on Chicago’s North, West and South sides. It provides prenatal care at three locations, listed below.


Winfield Moody Health Center, 1276 N. Clybourn Ave., Chicago; 312-337-1073

Komed Holman Health Center, 4259 S. Berkeley Ave., Chicago; 773-268-7600

North Kostner Health Center, 1520 N. Kostner Ave., Chicago; 312-216-8020

PCC Dr. Tong Health Center

The Dr. Tong Health Center specializes in obstetrics and gynecological services.

Location: 1 Erie Court, Suite 6040, Oak Park

Phone: 708-386-1301

PrimeCare Health

PrimeCare is an FQHC that provides medical care to Chicago’s West and Northwest sides. They have a number of locations across the city, with five locations that provide prenatal services.


Belmont Cragin Health Center, 5635 W. Belmont Ave., Chicago; 773-736-1830

Fullerton Health Center, 3924 W. Fullerton Ave., Chicago; 773-276-2229

Northwest Health Center, 1649 N. Pulaski Road, Chicago; 773-278-6868

West Town Health Center, 1431 N. Western Ave. Suite 406; 312-491-5250

Wicker Park Health Center, 1127 N. Oakley Blvd. 2nd Floor, Chicago; 312-770-2040

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