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Clinical Services at Main Site

Internal/Family Medicine

TCA Health’s board certified physicians provide comprehensive primary care services to keep families healthy. Our experienced and dedicated physicians, physician assistants, and family nurse practitioners provide quality health care to all of your family members, from newborns to seniors.


Oral health is important to your overall health, and TCA’s general dentistry department provides a comprehensive range of dental services. These include diagnostic and preventive services such as exams, cleanings, fluoride treatments, sealants and X-rays; restorative services such as composite resin fillings, amalgam fillings, and crowns; and simple tooth extractions.


Our pediatric staff strives to keep your children healthy and ensure they stay on track to meet all developmental milestones. We provide comprehensive pediatric services, including well child care, immunizations, and school physicals.

Obstetrics & Gynecology

We provide a full range of obstetrical and gynecology services for women in all stages of life. For emergencies, our staff physicians are on-call 24/7 at Advocate Trinity Hospital and Metro South Hospital. Our certified nurse midwife, a specialist in women’s health, provides obstetrical care for low-risk pregnant women.

Behavioral Health

TCA Health knows that good health encompasses more than physical well-being. We offer social work services and referrals to help individuals and families cope with the many challenges life presents. We can provide comprehensive, psychosocial assessments for individuals or families and assist with referrals to community services, including mental health counseling and psychiatry. Our clinical social worker can help individuals and families work through academic challenges, planning for college, depression, or peer pressure.


An on-site pharmacy provides a convenient place for TCA patients to pick up medications.  (Please note: Only established patients at TCA Health may fill prescriptions at the pharmacy.)


TCA has a lab conveniently located on-site for any blood tests that may be required.


On-site ultrasound services are available for prenatal and other imaging.

Care Coordination

Care coordination is a team-based approach to address the needs of patients with chronic diseases or high risk populations.  Our Care Coordinators help to bridge the gap between the patient and service providers to facilitate the appropriate delivery of health care services, schedule appointments for preventive care, assist with community resources and encourage health promotion through patient education.

Clinical Services at Other Locations

Mobile Student Health Clinic

The Mobile Student Health Clinic brings primary care services and health education directly to your children. Serving more than 100 children a month at various schools on Chicago’s far south side, the van makes care more accessible for Chicago’s youth and eases the burden of care on their parents. Our clinicians provide physicals, vaccinations, and treatment for asthma, diabetes, and other chronic diseases.

Carver Military Academy School-Based Health Center

This high school health center provides affordable, confidential, convenient, youth-centered primary and preventative health care for students who might otherwise not receive care. A family nurse practitioner and licensed clinical social worker provide primary medical and psychosocial services to all students whose parents have submitted signed consent forms. For parents or guardians, health care provided at school means they miss fewer days of work. For students, on-site health care can mean fewer missed days of school and decreased incidence of pregnancy, sexually transmitted disease, and substance abuse. The TCA Health satellite center also is sponsored by the Illinois Department of Human Services’ Bureau of Primary Health Care and Carver Military Academy.

COVID-19 Services

COVID-19 Testing

TCA Health is able to provide COVID-19 testing to all community residents and patients, with or without symptoms. Due to the current demand for testing across Illinois, there may be delays in the process. Test results are usually received within 5 – 7 business days.

Please call 773-995-6300 or 773-846-3000 for COVID-19 testing availability at one of our Chicago locations. Please make sure that TCA Health has your current email address and phone number when you make your appointment and/or register. 

As you wait for your test results, it is important that you make sure you don’t get other people sick. Please practice social distancing and quarantine if you believe that you have been in contact with someone who has been diagnosed with COVID-19.

You most likely will not have to pay for your COVID-19 test

  • If you do not have insurance, there should be no cost for a COVID-19 test.
  • The cost for a COVID-19 test is covered under most health insurance plans, including Medicaid.  If you have commercial insurance, please check to see if your plan covers COVID-19 testing.

COVID-19 Vaccination

TCA Health is following CDPH, CCDPH, and IDPH guidelines for vaccine distribution. Vaccines will be distributed based on Tiers and availability. To book an appointment, please call 773-995-6300 or email us at When you book your vaccine appointment with us, you can expect the following procedure:

Your appointment will be at our main site at 1029 E. 130th Street, Chicago, IL 60628.

  • Please read the 2 informational documents below in preparation for receiving the COVID-19 vaccine
  • Once you arrive for your appointment you will:
    • Enter through the front doors of the building
    • Complete a COVID-19 screening
    • Complete the registration form
    • Answer questions about how you are feeling today as well as questions about any prior reactions you have had to any vaccine
    • Receive the vaccine
    • Stay for 15 minutes after receiving the vaccine so that the medical team can monitor for any adverse reactions


Below are 2 documents for review prior to receiving the vaccine with information about the Moderna vaccine and information about V-Safe — the CDC’s vaccine safety program.


Distributing the vaccine will take time and patience. We all need to keep doing our part to slow the spread of COVID-19 by doing the following:

  • Wear a mask/face covering over your nose and mouth
  • Practice physical distancing of at least 6 feet
  • Wash your hands regularly for 20 seconds
  • Avoid indoor gatherings with those outside your immediate household