About the Organization
Central Counties Health Centers, Inc. is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to providing high quality, affordable access to primary care to meet the needs of the community.
As a certified medical home CCHC offers a wide range of primary care options, and focuses on a one stop shop philosophy to provide a caring environment for clinicians and patients. Our comprehensive approach is complimented by bringing primary medical care, dental care, pharmacy, and testing together in one location.
Over the past 15 years CCHCs approach has led to considerable growth. With the recent completion of its third major expansion CCHC is actively recruiting primary care providers to meet rising need for service in central Illinois. Our current staff enjoy the integration of service and friendly encouraging atmosphere which allows them to provide a true primary care home for patients.
As a federal qualified health center CCHC provides assistance for those seeking J1 and H1 positions, as well as and excellence salary and benefit package. Additionally our balanced approach allows clinicians to maintain a rewarding career along with a fulfilling personal life.
Central Counties is based in Springfield, the capitol city of Illinois which is located in the heart of central Illinois and a short 90 minute drive from St. Louis. The area offers excellent private and public schools including a University of Illinois campus. It also provides a great deal of recreationally actives. There are more than 10 golf courses, a large lake, wildlife sanctuaries, a zoo, many parks with hiking/bike trails, and a water park. All of which make it a great place to live and work.
About the Community
Springfield is the capitol of Illinois and is located in the heart of central Illinois. Springfield offers a variety of recreational and cultural experiences including athletics, theaters, historical museums and fine and casual dining, as well as a many outdoors activities, festivals and fairs to participate in throughout the year. Springfield is located only 3 hours south of Chicago and 1 1/2 hours north of St. Louis, Mo.