IMAN Community Health Center
We believe that quality health care is a basic human right. IMAN’s Community Health Center manifests this belief with its mission of providing comprehensive, accessible and culturally-competent health care to its diverse patient population.
Community Health Center Hours
Primary Care and Behavioral Health
Main Site – 2744 W. 63rd Street &
IMAN Youth & Family Health Center – 2749 W. 63rd Street
Monday – 9 am to 5 pm
Tuesday – 9 am to 5 pm
Wednesday 10 am to 7 pm
Thursday 9 am to 5 pm
Friday 9 am to 5 pm
Saturday – Closed
Sunday – 10 am to 3 pm
2744 W. 63rd Street – Building #2
Sunday 10 am to 3 pm
Monday 9 am to 5 pm
**For all after-hour medical, dental and behavioral health emergencies call our main number (773) 434-4626. If you feel you are experiencing a life threatening emergency and need an ambulance, please call 911.
IMAN Patient Portal
Patients can securely access their medical records, schedule appointments, contact their provider, and much more using our new Patient Portal. Click here to sign up today, and complete our brief Patient Satisfaction Survey and our Community Survey.
IMAN’s health center serves residents of Chicago’s south and southwest sides, and the Southwest suburbs of Bridgeview, Oak Lawn, and Chicago Ridge. Services include comprehensive primary care for adults, children, and youth, including prevention services, health education, lab services, and gynecology; individual and group behavioral health care; and dental care. IMAN works closely with Sinai Health System, ensuring patients access to a full range of hospital-based care, at Holy Cross Hospital and Sinai Hospital and Medical Center.
IMAN ensures access to comprehensive, culturally competent, quality primary health care services for all low-income individuals in its service area regardless of age, health status, ability to pay, or any other characteristic. Health center staff and volunteers devote their time and hearts to patients. IMAN is uniquely qualified to meet the health, cultural, and linguistic needs of Muslim and Latino community members, youth, and formerly incarcerated individuals.
We treat acute and long-term health conditions with a focus on prevention as the best foundation to keep your family healthy and active. Specific services are listed below. If you are in need of a health-related service not listed, please call (773) 434-4626 for further information.
General primary medical care for all ages and conditions, including:
- Diabetes, high blood pressure, cholesterol testing and management
- Childcare physicals, pre-employment/employment physicals, post-adoptive physicals, pre-marital physicals
- Colds, flu, rash, minor injuries, sprains/strains
- Back pain and body aches
- Diagnostic lab services
- Voluntary family planning
- Well child services
- Gynecological care
- Pregnancy testing and trusted referrals for obstetrical services
- Health education
- Counseling for all ages, including families
- Counseling for teens and young adults
- Substance abuse treatment
- Screening and treatment
- Referrals to additional services
- Care coordination
- Enrollment and eligibility assistance
- Transportation assistance