SIU Center for Family Medicine - Lincoln
Family Medicine covers a broad spectrum of care for all ages, all genders, and every kind of disease. Your provider will coordinate your care and serve
Our providers can help you in your health care journey. We can treat:
- Adolescents and teens
- Behavioral and mental health
- Dental Services
- Financial counseling
- Medication-Assisted Recovery
- Medication Financial Assistance
- Minor surgical procedures
- Newborns and children
- Preventive care and immunizations
- School physicals
- Sports medicine
- Veteran behavioral health
- Walk-in appointments
Family Medicine Clinics
- Oral cancer screenings
- Veteran assistance program
Substance use disorders are chronic diseases, like diabetes or high blood pressure. A person with a substance use disorder can regain a healthy and productive life with treatment.
At the SIU Center for Healthy Aging and Wellness, we offer Medication Assisted Recovery (MAR), therapy, and other supportive services, to help patients manage substance use disorders and move forward in their recovery.
The center treats qualified patients with one of the most commonly used opioid use disorder medications, buprenorphine (Suboxone). Buprenorphine helps to normalize brain chemistry, block the euphoric effects of alcohol and opioids, relieve physiological cravings and normalize body functions. It is safe for long-term use. To learn more visit the MAR page.
MAR helps reduce physical dependency on opioids while decreasing cravings and urges. MAR also lowers the risk of overdose.
Participation in our MAR program requires patients to adhere to medical visits as well as attend behavioral therapy sessions based at the center. Additional treatment recommendations may be recommended and will be based on each patient’s unique needs.
A federally qualified health center
The SIU Center for Family Medicine Lincoln is designated as a Federally Qualified Health Center or FQHC. We have a governing board composed of patients and community members to help us serve the needs of the people of Springfield and other central and southern Illinois communities that we serve. In addition, our FQHC status enables us to offer special programs for low income and uninsured patients. We offer expert, convenient care to entire families, regardless of their ability to pay. Learn more about our program as well as our financial assistance options.
NCQA’s Patient-Centered Medical Home (PCMH) Recognition program is the most widely adopted PCMH evaluation program in the country. The patient-centered medical home is a model of care that puts patients at the forefront of care. PCMHs build better relationships between patients and their clinical care teams.
With access to primary care as well as more than 40 specialty and subspecialty health care services, SIU Medicine provides a complete range of care for you and your family. You can find these specialties at this location.