Appointments are being accepted online and by phone at the new clinic, which is located in the West Loop. To qualify, patients must be Illinois residents who are eligible for Medicaid, or who are uninsured with a household income that is at or below 200% of the federal poverty level.
The non-profit announced Thursday in a press release Dr. André Hines’ departure. Christopher Jackson, the agency’s chief financial officer since 2012, will serve as interim CEO.
Circle CEO Andre Hines said the financial reorganization would allow the non-profit to continue to provide services to Austin and other West Side residents.
The free 1 to 3 p.m. Dec. 8 basketball skills clinic is being held at Marshall High School, 3250 W. Adams St. Youth ages 8 to 18 are welcome to participate. Registration starts at 12:15. Canned goods for a local food pantry will also be collected at the event.
Circle Family HealthCare Network (Circle) will use the money to open clinics at John Marshall High School and Proviso West High School.