Family medicine doctors provide care to patients of all ages with an expert attention on overall health at every stage of life, from infancy to senior adulthood.

Family care providers also focus on the health of the family and community through prevention, early detection and wellness. 

Common Services

Cook County Health Family Medicine doctors work in a dozen primary care medical home clinics and inpatient settings across the County where we care for the entire family by providing a full spectrum of health services, including:
  • Annual physicals 
  • Care coordination with specialists, mental health providers and community services
  • Chronic and complex illness
  • Health exams
  • Immunizations
  • Injuries 
  • Maternal and children’s health, including prenatal, delivery and postpartum services
  • Short-term illnesses, including the flu, pneumonia and strep throat 
  • Special procedures


Cook County Health is committed to building lasting relationships with our patients, their families and communities to promote good health at every stage of life.

We care about your physical, social and psychological needs to provide you with the best possible health care and healthy outcomes.