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Centers for Family Medicine

Our 14-site Federally Qualified Health Center, commonly referred to as an FQHC, is working to meet the health care needs of both our patients and the communities where they live and work. Our sites include Carbondale, Decatur, Quincy, Springfield and many other communities across central and southern Illinois. The SIU Centers for Family Medicine and General Internal Medicine serve all the health care needs of our patients and our communities in a compassionate and affordable environment. We do this by staying focused on our vision of providing compassionate quality health services and leading health care education. 

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Financial Assistance
Patients with FQHC providers can work with a financial counselor to determine eligibility for financial assistance. Discounts are available for those who qualify.

Medication Assistance
Patients with FQHC providers can receive medication assistance with local participating pharmacies at a reduced rate if they qualify for our 340B Federal Drug Pricing Program.
 

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