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Compassionate Care Network 6348 N. Milwaukee Ave, #215, Chicago, IL 60646 Tel. 773 775-3600 • Fax 888 226-6363 www.ccnchicago.com ! ! Our medical professionals can assist you with the practical tools and support to help you reach your weight goal. We offer weight management options which include medical monitoring, nutrition, behavior and exercise components. • Medically Supervised • Nutrition Education • 52 lb. Average Weight • Exercise Classes Loss • Lifestyle Behavior Change Call now to schedule a FREE , no obligation FREE consultation. Doctor on staff at Hinsdale Ho spital. Hinsdale Center for Naperville Center for Brookfield Center for Weight Management Weight Management Weight Management Hinsdale (630) 325-5185! Naperville (630) 926-6661! Brookfield (708) 485-9412! ! 120 E. Ogden Ave. #120 1283 E. Ogden Ave. #183 9223 E. Ogden Ave. ! ! Berwyn Center for Oakbrook Center for Coming Soon to (630) 926-6661! Weight Management Weight Management "#$%#&!!"#!'#()*%!+,$,)#-#$%! 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Azher Quader CCN Program Coordinator Arifa Siddiqui Contents Program . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 5 Cancer Screening Guidelines .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .29 From the Director’s Desk. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 7 CCN Providers (by specialty) .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .30 The CCN Story . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 8 Imaging Centers and Labs.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .34 CCN Annual Report for 2009.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .10 CCN Primary Care Physicians . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .36 Why Screen . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 14 City of Chicago Health Clinics for Setting up a Health Care Network . .. .. .. .. .. .. .18 Low Income & Uninsured . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .37 Screening Supplies .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .20 Useful Resources for Health & 2010 Schedule for Free Health Screenings. .. .. .24 Human Services .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .38 Contact information: Compassionate Care Network (CCN) 6348 N. 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Weekly screenings for diabetes, hypertension, vision and dental health along with health education are offered through neighborhood mosques, churches and community centers. Several stu- dents from area colleges and medical schools help out with this effort as well. In order for CCN to grow and expand its capacity to pro- vide more services, it needs greater financial resources and staff support. Although we are indebted to our grantors, Chicago Community Trust & Michael Reese Health Care Foundation, for their financial support, we need to build our own financial resources to sustain our work. CCN needs to reach many more of the underserved in the South Asian, Hispanic, Arabic and Afro American communities. Even after health care reform is enacted, some 24 million Americans are estimated to remain uninsured. The need for promoting health awareness and providing affordable access to many in our neighborhoods will remain. We thank all our dedicated volunteers who have joined us through the years for their time and their service. We would not be able to do what we do without their help. We also wish to thank all our advertisers whose participation has enabled us to publish this handbook which we believe is a great resource for both patients and caregivers.. Lastly we thank all our providers who constitute the many sites of strength and sup- port in our network, whose caring and compassion brings tremendous comfort and healing into the lives of our fellow citizens. We hope you will continue to support CCN as it is through your generous support and encouragement alone that it can pursue its mission. Sincerely, Azher Quader, MD. Executive Director Compassionate Care Network 2010 Handbook 7 The CCN Story Compassionate Care Network (CCN) was started in January 2004 to promote health awareness and to provide access to affordable healthcare for the uninsured. CCN was founded by Chicago doctors Azher Quader, M. Gafoor & Ayesha Sultana, practic- ing physicians and community activists. For three years, they provided free monthly health screenings at the Muslim Community Center, located in Chicago, guided by the principle that health is a gift from God that needs to be preserved and that access to affordable health care is a basic human right. Screenings were conducted for conditions such as high blood pressure, obesity, heart risk assessment, dental health, diabetes, cataract, glaucoma and prostate cancer. Ap- proximately 30-40 people were screened each month. Along with this, free health information lectures were also conducted for the public. As physicians identified con- ditions and illnesses through the screenings, they quickly realized that a majority of those screened had no health insurance or physician to see for follow up care. While federally qualified clinics were one solution, the demand for services was so great that patients reported waits of six or more weeks to get an appointment. Therefore the physicians took it upon themselves to develop an additional solution. The result was the creation of CCN, a network of 12 physicians initially with one lab. Over time this has grown to over 100 providers (primary care and specialists), 6 medical labs, and 13 imaging centers, which support the notion of “compassionate care” and voluntarily offer services to the uninsured at discounted rates. Specialists are in the fields of Al- lergy, Cardiology, Endocrinology, Gastroenterology, General Surgery, Gynecology, Ophthalmology, Psychiatry, Pulmonology, Rehab Medicine and Urology. Addition- ally providers in Dentistry, Optometry Chiropractic care; Physical Therapy and Podiatry are part of the growing network. CCN volunteers include medical students, undergrads, high school students and community workers who shoulder different responsibilities from doing blood tests to helping with registration, interpretation and CCN enrollment. CCN’s free health screenings are held weekly and spread out at various community locations including mosques, churches and community centers. The key components of CCN are to provide: (1) free health education, (2) free health screenings, (3) access to affordable physician services, (4)access to affordable lab and imaging services, (5) access to affordable prescription drugs through generics $4/month programs Patients are charged a flat fee of $25.00 for primary care office visits, $35.00 for specialist consultations and may choose their physician based on language and loca- Compassionate Care Network 2010 Handbook 8 tion preference. There is a small enrollment fee of $10.00/month for individuals and $15.00/ month for families which is waived for hardship cases. Periodic open enroll- ments are offered when people can join for free for periods of 4-12 months. Enroll- ment is open to everyone who has no health insurance and has annual income of less than 400% of poverty guideline. There are no restrictions for pre existing conditions or undocumented status. An ID card is issued at the time of enrollment to access the discounted services. IbnSina Award for H umanitarian Service Recepient: IMAN Health Clinic, Chicago www.imancentral.org IMAN’s clinic began in 2004 through the vision of a group of physi- cians who sought to address the glaring lack of healthcare in the com- munity. Initially, the clinic borrowed space from a local physician’s of- fice to provide free treatment on alternate Sundays. In 2007, through the help of community partners, the clinic was able to secure its own facility and hire a full-time clinic administrator. The clinic expanded its service to two days/week and has expanded its practice to over twelve hundred patients. The clinic continues to uphold its mission of providing high-quality, comprehensive, accessible, and culturally competent healthcare to its diverse patient population. Prominent Staff physicians of the clinic include: Drs. Ahsan Arozul- lah, Nafisa Arozullah, Jihad Shoshara, Sofia Shakir, Sherene Fakhran, Altaf Kaiseruddin, Naveed Mallick, Omar Hussain. Clinic Adminis- trator is Dr.Adiba Khan. Compassionate Care Network 2010 Handbook 9 Compassionate Care Network (CCN): Annual Report for 2009 Azher Quader, MD., Executive Director CCN’s Free Health Screenings CCN’s free health screenings were conducted at various locations in the Chicago land area on a weekly basis. These sites included the following centers: • Muslim Community Center, Chicago • Islamic Community Center of Illinois, Chicago • Indo American Center, Chicago • Celestial Church of Christ, Chicago • Transfiguration Church, Chicago • Immaculate Heart of Mary Church, Chicago • Islamic Foundation North, Libertyville • Islamic Foundation, Villa Park • Muslim Society Inc, Glendale Heights • Homewood Hotel, Homewood • IRIM Center, Waukegan • Al Madinah Center, West Chicago • Mosque Foundation Community Center, Bridgeview CCN health screenings were conducted with at least two board certified MDs being present for the two-hour sessions. Three to four Medical students from area colleges were in the team to assist with the screenings and provide educational programs to the attendees as well. RNs and phlebotomists also were part of the screening staff, which included a dentist and an optometrist usually. Compassionate Care Network 2010 Handbook 10 CCN’s Free Health Education Titled as “Conversations in Health Series”, interactive discussions were carried out throughout the year in conjunction with the screenings. Topics covered were: • Coronary Artery Disease • Diabetes • Hypertension • Mens Health Issues (to include Prostate Cancer) • Womens Health Issues (to include Breast Cancer and Osteoporosis) • Mental Health Issues (to include Depression and Anxiety) • Drug Abuse • Obesity • Diet & Exercise • A Health Talk segment of 15 minutes each Saturday was added to the radio pro- gram of IAVCC courtesy of program host Yousif Marei on AM 1240. CCN Data Over 641 people got screened in 2009. 74% of these were uninsured. At each of these screenings approximately 20 people were screened usually for obesity, dia- betes, hypertension and dental health. At various times additional screenings were added for heart risk (thru lipid profiles, EKGs), stroke risk (thru carotid ultrasounds), visual defects, eye exams (through vision checks and retina exams), and BMIs were determined using height and weight charts, blood sugars were thru finger sticks, and blood pressures were recorded thru manual arm cuff technique using aneroid sphyg- momanometers. People screened were among various ethnic communities including South Asians, Arabs, Africans, Latinos and Caucasians. Whenever individuals were identified with health risks they were counseled to seek follow-up care with their primary care pro- viders (PCPs). When such connections were not present they were offered thru CCN enrollment and referral to CCN physicians. All individuals with abnormal screens were counseled on issues of lifestyle modification. 58% of the individuals screened were found to be overweight, with a BMI of over 24. 28% of these were recognized as obese with a BMI of over 29. Additionally, 71 indi- viduals were identified with elevated blood sugars (fasting level of over 125 or random level of over 150). Of the 631 individuals who had their pressures checked,256 (40%) were noted to be pre hypertensive, (with systolic levels from 120-139 and diastolic lev- els from 71-89). There were 223 individuals (35%) with elevated blood pressures (of over 139 systolic or over 89 diastolic). Of the 123 individuals undergoing lipid screens 67% had one or more of the parameters abnormal. Roughly 30 percent of the people Compassionate Care Network 2010 Handbook 11 screened were found to have periodontal disease requiring either superficial or deep cleaning and improved dental hygiene. While the data needs to be further scrutinized and fine-tuned, there is little doubt that the need for identifying people at health risk from obesity, diabetes, hypertension, dyslipidemia and periodontal disease is great among the uninsured. Although major- ity of the people screened were uninsured, a significant number screened were insured (26%), indicating the need for preventative care to be promoted in both groups. CCN Enrollment At the end of 2009 there were over 2000 people enrolled in CCN giving them access to affordable health care. Hopefully CCN is making a difference in their lives, both physical, financial and emotional. CCN enrollment is kept open and free during the month of Ramadan, the week of Christmas and during Health Fairs and Conven- tions. At these times a 6-12 months of free enrolment is offered. At other times a fee of $10 monthly per individual and $15 monthly per family is requested from those that can pay. For people with limited financial resources the fee is waived. CCN Providers CCN has at present over 120 physicians and health care providers in the network. These include both primary care MDs, specialists, dentists, optometrists, chiroprac- tors, podiatrists and psychologists. To join the network providers agree to accept a discounted fee (no more than $25 per patient visit for primary care visits and $35 per visit for specialist consultations in 2009). In addition to physician providers, there are 13 imaging centers and 6 labs that also provide discounted services to CCN enroll- ees. Our Health Screening Team includes physicians, dentists optometrists, nurses plus medical students from area colleges and translators. For prescription fill patients were recommended to use whenever possible, the $4 per month generic prescription program available at their neighborhood Walmart, Kmart and Target pharmacies. CCN Provider Meetings Quarterly Provider Meetings were held through the year supported by various phar- maceuticals and local health care organizations. These meetings gave the providers an opportunity to network, update their medical information and learn about the pro- gram. Meetings were spread between two locations: one in Skokie for North Chicago providers and the other in Downers Grove for the West Chicago doctors. CCN Newsletter & Website A quarterly newsletter was published with information on the schedule of free health screenings and health talks. Articles of medical interest for the general public along with contact information for some network providers was included in these newslet- ters. An active web site was maintained at www.ccnchicago.com Compassionate Care Network 2010 Handbook 12 CCN Community Partners • Albany Park Neighborhood Council (APNC) • Michael Reese Health Care Foundation • Chicago Community Trust • Council of Islamic Organization of Greater Chicago • Schweitzer Fellowship Program • Arab American Family Services, Bridgeview, IL. • Hamdard Center, Chicago, IL. • Indo American Center, Chicago, IL. • UMMA Center, Waukegan • IMAN Health Clinic, Chicago, IL. • Muslim Community Center, Chicago, IL. • Mosque Foundation Community Center, Bridgeview, IL • Islamic & Arabic Voice of Chicago Community( IAVCC Radio AM 1450) • Islamic Community Center of Illinois • Islamic Foundation North, Libertyville, IL. • Mosque Cares, Homewood, IL Future Perspective With over half a million uninsured in the Chicagoland area the task of providing ac- cess to affordable health care is indeed daunting and clearly has no easy answers. We plan to increase our capacity and commitment by expanding our screening sites. Health care reform promises to make much needed improvements in the areas of access and affordibility. Even with those changes taking place the need to promote health awareness through health education and health screenings will remain a prior- ity if our fellow citizens are to enjoy healthier living. We will continue to do all we can to make that goal a reality for as many people as we can reach. Compassionate Care Network Compassionate Care Network (CCN) 6348 N. Milwaukee Ave, #215 Chicago, IL 60646 Tel. 773 775-3600 • Fax 888 226-6363 www.ccnchicago.com Compassionate Care Network 2010 Handbook 13 Why Screen? Why BP Screening? In the United States nearly 45 million people suffer from high blood pressure. That is nearly 1 in 4 adults. Only half of them are treated due to lack of proper diagnosis.Among those that are receiving treatment it is estimated that 1/3rd are not adequately controlled. High blood pressure is a leading cause of stroke, heart attack and kidney failure. Usually there are no symptoms. Nearly 50 percent of those who have it are women. Early detection and appropriate treatment can prevent complications. Risk Factors 1. Obesity: People with a body mass index (BMI) of 30 or more are more likely to develop high BP. 2. Salt Intake: Eating too much salt increases your risk. 3. Smoking: Smoking a cigarette can raise your BP by 5 – 10 mm Hg for about 30 minutes. 4. Lack of Exercise: An inactive life style leads to obesity and high BP. 5. Stress: A high level of anxiety and stress, which is not properly dealt with, can lead to high BP. 6. Alcohol: Heavy and regular use of alcohol can increase BP. 7. Race: 1 out of 3 African-Americans suffers from high BP. 8. Heredity: If your parents or other close blood relatives have it, you are more likely to develop it. 9. Age: The older you get the greater your chances of developing high BP. Why Heart Risk Evaluation? Coronary artery disease is a major cause of disability and death in America. As many as 1.2 million Americans have a heart attack each year and nearly half a million die from it. Iden- tifying risk factors and changing life styles can prevent the onset of coronary artery disease. Risk Factors 1. Increasing age 2. Family history * 3. Gender and race 4. Total cholesterol above 200 5. HDL cholesterol level below 35 6. LDL cholesterol level above 130 7. Smoking 8. Blood pressure not adequately controlled Compassionate Care Network 2010 Handbook 14 9. Diabetes not adequately controlled 10. Body Mass Index (BMI) over 25 11. Lack of exercise Why Obesity Screening (BMI)? Obesity is the accumulation of excess body fat defined as weighing 20% (25% for women) or more over the recommended body weight for one’s height. Obesity is determined by the body mass index (BMI). Overweight is defined as a BMI of 25 to 29.9; obesity as a BMI of 30 to 39.9; and morbid obesity as a BMI of 40 or more. Obesity is quite common and has been described by some researchers as an epidemic in the United States. Between 1980 and 1999, the estimated number of overweight people in the United States rose from 47% to 61%, and the number of obese people rose from 15% to 26%. Childhood obesity is also an increasing problem. Risk factors 1. consuming more calories than the body uses, eating a high-fat diet, and consum- ing alcohol 2. family history of obesity 3. inactivity & sedentary lifestyle 4. Prescription drugs 5. hormonal changes and psychological factors Complications of childhood obesity include high blood pressure and type 2 diabetes. In addi- tion, childhood obesity can lead to the development of extra fat cells, which can contribute to obesity persisting in adulthood. Complications of chronic adult obesity include osteoarthritis, difficulty breathing, heart fail- ure, certain cancers, stroke, high blood pressure, type 2 diabetes, and premature death. Why Stroke Screening? Every 45 seconds, someone in the United States has a stroke. If blood flow is stopped for longer than a few seconds, the brain cannot get blood and oxygen. Brain cells can die, causing permanent damage. Risk Factors 1. High blood pressure 2. age 3. family history of stroke 4. smoking 5. diabetes, 6. high cholesterol 7. heart disease Compassionate Care Network 2010 Handbook 15 Different tests are performed to determine the type, location, and cause of a stroke. Carotid Ultrasound identifies individuals at risk of stroke from blockages in their neck arteries. Why Diabetes Screening? More than 20 million people in the US are currently diagnosed with diabetes. An estimated 6 million – twice the city of Chicago’s population - remain undiagnosed. Many of us are directly affected by diabetes, because our family members are diabetic. Normally the sugar level should be less than 100 mg/dL. If the level is between 100-124 mg/dL, the person is considered at risk for developing diabetes within a few years. If the level is above 125 mg/dL, diabetes is diagnosed. Risk Factors: 1. Persons over 45 2. high blood pressure 3. high cholesterol, 4. obesity 5. sedentary lifestyles 6. family history of diabetes Diabetes can lead to significant complications such as heart attack, stroke, blindness, kidney failure and sometimes amputation of limbs. Early detection and adequate treatment including diet and exercise, can prevent complications. Why Breast Cancer Screening? Breast cancer claims over 1,700 lives in Illinois each year. In women over the age of 20, breast cancer is the most commonly diagnosed type of cancer. Early detection is the key to survival. When diagnosed early, the five-year survival rate is 96%. The Illinois Breast and Cervical Cancer Program offers free mammograms, breast exams, pel- vic exams and Pap tests. Uninsured women over the age of 40 can receive free mammograms and breast exams. Call the Illinois Department of Public Health’s Women’s Health-Line at 1-888-522-1282 for details. Why Prostate Cancer Screening? Over 200,000 Americans are diagnosed with prostate cancer annually. Of these nearly 24,000 die from the disease. It is the most common malignancy in men and the second leading cause of cancer death in men. The disease is mostly asymptomatic. Early detection can lead to cura- tive treatment. A simple blood test (PSA) along with digital rectal exam (DRE) is recom- mended for all males who are 50 and older. If there is a family history of prostate cancer, then screening is recommended to start at 40. Testing should be once every year. Compassionate Care Network 2010 Handbook 16 ! ! Let’s keep it that way. 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Through physician and allied health services, lab services, imaging services & pharmacy services Promoting Health Awareness We suggest that free health education and health screenings be placed in first. We recommend you initiate these within established Islamic Centers, mosques or com- munity centers where the physical infrastructure exists to provide these services, and where people are already coming for religious programs or other community activities and would appreciate having such a service available to them We also recommend that one or two physicians in the community be involved at this level who would be willing to help with counseling the people with abnormal screen- ing results. It is helpful to start with simple screenings like blood pressure and BMI (Body Mass In- dex for obesity). These don’t incur any costs to do and are significant health risk issues. We recommend that all participants coming to the screenings be encouraged to com- plete a food diary for a week and bring it to you so you can see what exactly they are consuming. This way you can make specific suggestions on improving their eating habits. If you are lucky to have a dietician interested to work with you, it will be great. Otherwise you will need to read up on diet and nutrition yourself and be prepared to talk with your participants and answer questions. www.webmd is a good resource . Also be prepared and willing to counsel them on the need for exercise and the spe- cifics of muscle stretching, weight training and aerobic exercising. If a chiropacter can be enlisted, this counseling will be easily facilitated. For BP we like to use the stethoscope and analog dial equipment rather than the digital ones. BMI charts are easily available with most primary care physicians. At a later stage you can add diabetes screening. Here you will need a glucometer and test strips. There are several brands out there. Choose one and stay with it. These tests will cost around $1.00 per test. You can request the Islamic Center to foot this bill and keep the service free for the participants. Make sure you request the participants to come fasting for atleast 8 hours to get a good reading.Using the glucometers is pretty simple if you follow the instructions that come along with them. Again having a doctor around for counseling will be helpful. The person who is doing the testing should not be the one counseling, because you will slow down the process by doing that. Counseling does take a good bit of time. Compassionate Care Network 2010 Handbook 18 When you get these under the belt then try the Lipid Profile (for Heart Risk), but only with a physician around. If a phlebotomist or lab technician is available in the com- munity request their help for the blood draw. Do not attempt to do this on your own if you are not a physician. Typically these tests will cost you $5.00-$10.00 per person. The lab will provide all the information for collection of samples and will also provide the supplies needed for free ( vacutainers, needles, tourniquets, alcohol swabs, band aides etc.) They will also provide for the pickup of the samples. We recommend talking to a few labs to see if they can quote you their best prices for the Lipid Panel (Cholesterol, HDL,LDL, Triglycerides). Again ask the Center to pay for it. This way the Center can set up a budget for Health Services. We recommend you do the screenings monthly to include BP, BMI, Diabetes, dental health, vision check with glaucoma and cataract screenings. Lipid panels and PSA (for prostate cancer) can be offered once a year. Simultaneously with the screenings an educational program should be instituted with the help of either physicians or public health professionals. Choose some common health topics like Diabetes, Hyperten- sion, Coronary Artery Disease, Obesity, Men’s Health, Women’s Health, Mental Health, Drug Abuse, Allergy & Asthma, Immunizations etc. Providing Access to Health Care Services We think when you get this program established for a year or two, then you will be ready to launch the physician network part of the program. This stage would defi- nitely need greater physician involvement and participation. We do not favor the Free Standing Clinic model as it requires substantial financial obligations, significant human resources to run it plus the need to overcome professional liability issues as well. With the network model the physicians remain in their offices and see the pa- tients as they see the rest of their regular patients. All that they will be asked to do is to see a limited number of patients from the network. The physicians decide from time to time how many patients they can take care of from the network. At present we are requesting network physicians to accept a flat fee of $25.00 per patient visit. Patients pay this at the time of their visit so there is no billing involved by the physi- cian office. You may choose to set up a different fee structure, one that your network providers agree to. Patients are enrolled in the program on payment of a small fee. An ID card is is- sued for each patient enrolled which guarantees the benefits. We have kept the enrollment fee at $10.00 per month for individuals and $15.00 per month for families The flat fee covers for all non urgent office visits, dental hygiene and vision checks. Pregnancy care is not included. If patients require hospitalization they are recom- mended to connect with the county hospital system. Alternatively they are counseled to purchase basic hospitalization through Blue Cross (Basic Blue Plan) with a high deductible to make the premiums affordable. Premiums are based on age and on the absence of any pre existing conditions. For patients less than 50 years in age we feel the premiums are affordable and give them the freedom to go to any hospital for emergency or elective care. Continued on next page... Compassionate Care Network 2010 Handbook 19 You should approach Labs and Imaging Centers to join the network if they are willing to discount their fees. Most labs and imaging centers are willing to do this for cash paying patients who lack insurance. Again we recommend requesting quotes from several providers and choosing the ones that are giving the best rates. If physicians draw the bloods in their offices then the labs who usually provide courier services will have them picked up without any inconvenience to patient or physician. If a physician office does not do the blood draw then patients could go to the lab to have the blood collected there. (We can provide the fees we have been able to receive from our labs and imaging centers to help you in your negotiations with your area providers). The final component of the program is the access to affordable prescription drugs. We recommend the use of pharmacies at Walmart, K mart and Target stores where their $4 per month generic prescription program if available in your area will be a great help. For prescriptions where generic equivalents are not available you may look into the programs set up by certain pharmaceutical companies to assist low income patients access brand name medications. Legal considerations We recommend setting up a corporate entity initially for doing all this work, which should be converted to a tax exempt organization later. This would limit liability to the centers where screenings are done and allow donors to make tax favored dona- tions. Once a health service network is formed where discounted services are being provided, legal counsel with a competent health care attorney should be obtained to determine the application of state laws. Some states mandate such networks to be registered as Preferred Provider Program Administrators under the State’s Depart- ment of Insurance. This is an additional legal step and a health care attorney is the right person to guide you through it. Screening Supplies 1) Diabetes Screening Vacutainers 4 Gloves (Box of Medium size) Vacutainer Needles #18 ( 50) Glucometers 2 Butterfly Needles #23 ( 25) Lancets (100) Test tubes ( red tops for chemistries) 50 Glucose test strips (2 Boxes of 50 strips each) Plastic bags 50 Box of tissues Sharps Container Sharps container Lab Requisition Forms 50 Alcohol swabs 5) Office Supplies 2) Blood Pressure Screening Business cards Sphygmomanometers 2 Sign-in form Stethoscopes 2 Health forms, Health survey forms 3) BMI Screening Application forms Weight scale (Digital) Pens BMI chart Folders to collect enrollee forms and screening Tape measure to measure height forms Scotch tape Providers List 4) Cholesterol Screening $4 Prescription Formulary from Walmart Alcohol Swabs Flyer or brochure for upcoming events Tourniquets 4 Compassionate Care Network 2010 Handbook 20 ! ! ! Compassionate Care Network 2010 Handbook 22 Compassionate Care Network 2010 Handbook 23 CCN’s 2010 Schedule for Free Health Screenings Screenings are for: High Blood Pressure, Diabetes, Obesity, Vision & Dental Health** ** Cholesterol Screenings are offered every other month at certain sites Sunday, January 10, 2010 – 11am-1pm Sunday, March 28, 2010 – 11am-1pm Islamic Center of Chicago (ICC) Celestial Church of Christ (CCC) 5933 N. Lincoln Ave., Chicago, IL 60659 4100 N. Troy St., Chicago, IL 60618 Sunday, January 17, 2010 – 10am-12noon Sunday, April 4, 2010 – 11am-1pm Muslim Community Center of Chicago (MCC) Mosque Cares Homewood Hotel (HH) 4380 N. Elston Ave., Chicago, IL 60641 17400 Halsted St., Homewood, IL 60430 Saturday, Janury 23, 2010 – 7pm-11pm Sunday, April 11, 2010 – 11am-1pm CCN’s 2nd Annual Banquet & Fund Raiser Mosque Foundation Community Center Holiday Inn Northshore, (MFCC) 5300 W. Touhy Ave., Skokie, IL 60077 7260 W. 93rd St., Bridgeview, IL 60455 **Sunday, January 31, 2010 – 11am-1pm Sunday, April 18, 2010 – 10am-12noon Islamic Foundation North (IFN) Muslim Community Center of Chicago (MCC) 1751 O’Plaine Rd., Libertyville, IL 60048 4380 N. Elston Ave., Chicago, IL 60641 Sunday, February 14, 2010 – 11am -1pm **Saturday, April 24, 2010 – 11am-1pm Islamic Community Center of Illinois (ICCI) Indo American Center (IAC) 6435 W. Belmont Ave., Chicago, IL 60634 6328 N. California Ave., Chicago, IL 60659 Sunday, February 21, 2010 – 10am-12noon Sunday, May 9, 2010 – 11am-1pm Muslim Community Center of Chicago (MCC) Masjid Al Huda Schaumburg (MHS) 4380 N. Elston Ave., Chicago, IL 60641 1081 Irving Park Rd., Schaumburg, IL 60193 Sunday, February 28, 2010 – 11am-1pm Sunday, May 16, 2010 – 10am-12noon Immaculate Heart of Mary (IHM) Muslim Community Center of Chicago (MCC) 3820 N. Spaulding Ave., Chicago, IL 60618 4380 N. Elston Ave., Chicago, IL 60641 Saturday, March 7, 2010 – 11am-1pm Sunday, May 23, 2010 -11am-1pm Al Madinah Islamic Center (AIC) Ephraim Bahar Center (EBC) 2N 579 Morton Rd., West Chicago, IL 60185 2525 W. 71st St., Chicago, IL 60629 **Sunday, March 14, 2010 – 11am-1pm Sun, May 30, 2010 – CBC Convention Muslim Society, Inc. (MSI) Holiday Inn Northshore 1785 Bloomingdale Rd., Glendale Hts, IL 5300 W. Touhy Ave, Skokie, IL 60077 60139 Sunday, June 13, 2010 – 11am-1pm Sunday, March 21, 2010 – 10am-12noon Arab American Family Services (AAFS) Muslim Community Center of Chicago (MCC) 9044 South Octavia Avenue 4380 N. Elston Ave., Chicago, IL 60641 Bridgeview, IL 60455 Compassionate Care Network 2010 Handbook 24 Sunday, June 20, 2010 – 10am-2pm Sunday, October 10, 2010 – 11am-1pm Refugee Screening at Muslim Education Center (MEC) Muslim Community Center of Chicago (MCC) 8601 N. Menard Ave., Morton Grove, IL 60053 4380 N. Elston Ave., Chicago, IL 60641 Sunday, October 17, 2010 – 10am-12noon Sunday, June 27, 2010 -10am-2pm Muslim Community Center of Chicago (MCC) Immaculate Heart of Mary Church (IHM) 4380 N. Elston Ave., Chicago, IL 60641 3820 N. Spaulding (Gym) Chicago, IL 606118 Sunday, October 24, 2010 – 11am-1pm Sunday, July 11, 2010 – 11am-1pm Muslim Society, Inc. (MSI) UMMA Center 1785 Bloomingdale Rd., Glendale Heights, IL 221 Washington St., Waukegan, IL 60085 60139 **Sunday, July 18, 2010 – 10am-12noon Saturday, October 30, 2010 – 11am-1pm Muslim Community Center of Chicago (MCC) Indo American Center (IAC) 4380 N. Elston Ave., Chicago, IL 60641 6328 N. California Ave., Chicago, IL 60659 Sunday, August 1, 2010 – 11am-1pm **Sunday, November 14, 2010 – 11am-1pm Al Madinah Islamic Center (AIC) Islamic Community Center of Des Plaines 2N 579 Morton Rd., West Chicago, IL 60185 (ICCDP) 480 Potter Rd., Des Plaines, IL 60016 Sunday, August 8, 2010 – 11am-1pm Transfiguration Church (TC) Sunday, November 21, 2010 – 10am-1pm 2609 W. Carmen Ave., Chicago, IL 60641 CCN Health Fair Muslim Community Center of Chicago (MCC) No Health Screening in Ramadan 4380 N. Elston Ave., Chicago, IL 60641 Free Enrollment in CCN for 1 year throughout Ramadan Sunday, November 28, 2010: No Screening Thanksgiving Eid ul Fitr September 10th Sunday, December 5, 2010 – 11am-1pm Sunday, September 19, 2010 – 10am- Al Madinah Islamic Center (AIC) 12noon 2N 579 Morton Rd., West Chicago, IL 60185 Muslim Community Center of Chicago (MCC) 4380 N. Elston Ave., Chicago, IL 60641 **Sunday, December 12, 2010 – 11am-1pm Islamic Community Center of Illinois (ICCI) **Sunday, September 26, 2010 – 11am-1pm 6435 W. Belmont Ave., Chicago, IL 60634 Mosque Foundation Community Center (MFCC) Saturday, December 18, 2010: 7260 W. 93rd St., Bridgeview, IL 60455 CCN 3rd Banquet Sunday, October 3, 2010 – 11am-1pm Sunday, December 19, 2010 – 10am- Mosque Cares Homewood Hotel (HH) 12noon 17400 Halsted St., Homewood, IL 60430 Muslim Community Center of Chicago (MCC) 4380 N. Elston Ave., Chicago, IL 60641 Sun Dec 26, 2010: Christmas No Screening Compassionate Care Network 2010 Handbook 25 Compassionate Care Network 2010 Handbook 26 Compassionate Care Network Interventional Pain Management Specialists Offering New Technology: 880 West Central Road, Suite 3600 Arlington Heights, IL 6005 Mohammad Ahsan, www.nwpaincenter.com Yuriy Bukhalo, MD, AQPM, DABPM, DAAPM Phone: 847.255.0900 MD, AQPM, FIPP Fax: 847.255.4344 Northwest Suburban Pain Center offers the most advanced clinical techniques for treating a broad range of painful conditions. We focus on diagnosis and treatment of chronic pain, with an emphasis on getting the patient back to a more active and productive lifestyle. Our specialists are both Board Certified in Interventional Pain Management and treat a variety of conditions in our state of the art office. Some of the conditions treated are: • Acute/chronic back pain • Workplace injury • Cervical neck pain • Post traumatic pain • Cancer related pain • Disc pain • Sports injuries • Facet /Nerve pain • Post surgery pain Compassionate Care Network 2010 Handbook 27 !"#$%&'()*+",!(-&)!&$"./& & ! 0123&4567&478&'9:&;<5=69:&8&(>&?@@0?& ! !/>&8&ABC&A@3&0000& D)E&8&ABC&A@3&000B& & &;FGH5I<9&.97=J5<&'=5K6F:H=J&-FLM56N&& & & "OG&MGFP9::=F65<&H95L:&QFGR&F6&& &ES45N&;GFJ97OG9:T&#<HG5:FO67T&& 'FMM<9G&,HO7=9:T&/JUF&567&/V*W:&& 5<<&=6&HU9&JFLPFGH&FP&NFOG&FQ6&UFL9&&&&& & -5<<&O:&F6&FOG&1B&UFOG:&<=69&FG&P5X&O:&NFOG&G9YO9:H&Q=HU& HU9&7FJHFGW:&MG9:JG=MH=F6&567&Q9&Q=<<&H5R9&J5G9&FP&HU9& G9:H8& & ! ! Compassionate Care Network 2010 Handbook 28 Cancer Screening Guidelines For Prostate Cancer • Annual check of the prostate with a digital rectal exam (DRE) for all men over 40. • An annual blood test for prostate specific antigen (PSA) for all men 50 and above. • Prostate cancer screening with DRE and PSA to begin at age 40 in Afro American men For Breast Cancer • Monthly breast self exams after age 20. • Annual breast exams by a physician / health expert after age 40 • Baseline mammogram between ages 35 and 40 and every year after age 40. • If a woman’s mother or sister has a history of breast cancer, she needs to begin having mammograms 10 years prior to the age of her mother’s or sister’s diagnosis. For Cervical Cancer • Annual Pap Smear. For Colorectal Cancer • Colonoscopy at age 50 and repeat every 10 years • For persons with a family history, colonoscopy at age 40 or earlier as per primary care advice. Roselle Chiropractic, Inc. (630) 295-8851 50 E. Irving Park Road, Roselle, IL 60172 7039 W. Addison Street Chicago, IL 60634 Full Service Facility Offering: Physical Therapy, Massage Therapy, Acupuncture, Chiropractic Joint Manipulation, Rehabilitation On-Site X-Ray, Nutritional Vitamins, Foot Orthotics (insoles and shoes) Male & Female Doctors & Massage Therapists Also on staff, M.D. specializing in Pain Management & Rehabilitation ! We Put Care Back Into Healthcare!!! ! Compassionate Care Network 2010 Handbook 29 CCN Providers (by specialty) ALLERGY & ASTHMA Humayun, Shaheen MD 5140 N. California Ave., #700 Siddiqi, Ayesha MD Chicago 60625 773-784-2101 3000 N. Halsted St., Ste 401 Chicago 60657 773-296-5500 Iqbal, M. MD 2054 W. Devon Ave. Mohiuddin, Ahmed MD Chicago 60659 773-973-2400 2228 Weber Road Crest Hill 60403 815-729-9900 Khaleeluddin, Mohammed MD 300 N. Ottawa St. Mohiuddin, Ahmed MD Joliet 60431 815-726-7600 3965 75th Street, Ste 101 Aurora 60505 630-375-0087 Malik, Ather DO 7516 S. Cass Ave., Ste 15 Mohiuddin, Ahmed MD Darien 60561 630-724-9999 2800 N. Sheridan Rd, Ste 101 Chicago 60657 773-525-4500 Mazheruddin, Farkhunda MD 1802 W. Chicago Ave., Ste 5 Cardiology Chicago 60622 773-278-8727 Abbasi, Tahir MD 17680 S. Kedzie, Ste 206 Mazheruddin, Farkhunda MD Hazel Crest 60429 708-206-1090 6422 N. Western Ave. Chicago 60659 773-465-3500 Ali, Muhammad MD 7516 S. Cass Ave., Ste 15 Mohiuddin, Ali MD Darien 60561 630-724-9999 257 N. Schmidt Rd Bolingbrook 60440 630-759-9065 Ali, Safdar MD 2222 W. Division St., Ste 220 Moiduddin, Shakir MD Chicago 60622 773-384-1100 7530 W. College Dr., Ste C Palos Heights 60463 708-361-0913 Toor, Mohammed, MD 7324 N. Western Ave. Zaheer, Badar MD Chicago, 60645 773-381-1800 3806 W. Lawrence Chicago 60625 773-539-8000 Family Practice Gastroenterology Ahmed, Safia MD 948 N. Damen Ave Bawani, Mohammad MD Chicago 60622 773-276-2655 1105 W. Park Ave., Ste 1 Libertyville 60048 847-680-5880 Ahmed , Saquib M. MD North Chicago Clinic, 2215 14th St. Kudaimi, Muhammad MD N. Chicago 60064 847-984-5200 801 Mac Arthur Blvd, Ste 303 Munster, IN 46321 219-836-4077 Akere, Ayoade MD General Surgery 5500 S. Damen Chicago 60636 773-776-8800 Ansari, Shahid MD 500 E. 51st St., Chicago, 60615 312-839-7876 Family Practice Arain, Mohammed Murtaza MD Gafoor, Muhammad MD 4121 Fairview Ave., Ste 102 675 W. North Ave., Ste 408 Downers Grove 60515 630-968-2700 Melrose Park 60160 708-450-4950 Bhatti, Rabia MD Hameeduddin, Anjum MD 1950 N. Harlem Ave. 4647 W. Lincoln Hwy Elmwood Park, 60707 708- 453-6800 Matteson 60443 708-747-7720 Compassionate Care Network 2010 Handbook 30 Lamba , Anil MD Mohiuddin, Fatima MD 15900 Cicero Ave. 2828 W. Devon Ave. Oak Forest 60452 708-633-2800 Chicago 60659 773-761-9774 Mohiuddin, Fatima MD Internal Medicine 9120 Golf Rd Niles 60714 847-390-7122 Abbas, Zareena MD 1008 W. Foster Ave. Naveed, Mallick MD Chicago 60640 773-561-5000 1515 E. 52nd Place, Ste 206, Chicago 60615 773-321-0200 Ahmed, Azizuddin MD 6422 N. Western Ave. Qadir, Abdul MD Chicago 60659 773-465-3500 1177 N. Highland Ave., Ste 102 Aurora 60506 630-301-7366 Ahmed, Misbahuddin MD 555 W. Court, Ste 200 Saaduddin, Syed MD Kankakee 60901 815-935-2525 401 E. 61st Street Chicago 60637 773-955-5560 Alawad, Mohammed MD 9830 S. Ridgeland Saeed, Mohammed MD Chicago Ridge 60415 708-425-0414 276 W. Fullerton Ave Addison 60101 630-543-5454 Hamidani, Nasreen MD 418 Sherwood Road Shah, Nasreen MD LaGrange Park 60526 708-354-1546 1555 W. Howard St Chicago 60626 773-764-7146 Hosaid, Farzana MD 165 S. State Street Sharif, Sitara MD Hampshire 60140 847-683-3661 4121 Fairview Av., Ste L1 Downers Grove 60515 630-968-1700 Hosaid, Farzana MD 296 W. Spring St. Shahzad, Muhammad S. Elgin 60177 847-697-2692 1 South 055 Summit Ave., Oak Brook Terrace, 601081 630-993-5402 Hussain, Ahmed MD 1719 Glenwood Avenue Vaseemuddin, Mohammed MD Joliet 60435 815-741-3532 1375 E. Schaumburg Rd., Ste 100 Schaumburg 60193 847-891-6850 Kapadia, Mehboob MD 2745 W. Devon Ave. Zainulabuddin , Syed MD Chicago 60659 773-338-8600 4121 Fairview Ave., Ste 100 Downers Grove 60515 630-971-3323 Khan, Atika MD 1923 W. Montrose Ave. Nephrology Chicago 60613 (773) 281-8855 Azaran, Abdol MD Khan, Zakira MD 16650 S. Harlem Avenue 1631 N. Halsted St. Tinley Park 60477 708-342-3000 Chicago 60614 312-787-9199 Nuclear Medicine Khan, Hasan MD Shirazi, Parvez MD 6170 Joliet Road 9680 Golf Road Countryside 60525 708-352-0330 Des Plaines 60016 847-296-5366 Lodhi, Fauzia MD 6374 N. Lincoln, Ste 303 Chicago 60659 773-588-7733 Moeed, Syed A. MD 3228 W. 95th St. Evergreen Park 60805 708-422-6415 Compassionate Care Network 2010 Handbook 31 Ob/Gynecology Physical Medicine & Rehab Ahmed, Nafees MD Mohiuddin, Anwar MD 6348 N. Western Ave. 2812 1/2 W. Devon Ave. Chicago 60659 773-465-3500 Chicago 60659 773-761-9884 Siddiqi, Alia MD Zaffer, Syed M. MD 4646 N. Marine Dr., Ste 5900A 130 S. Main St., Ste 206 Chicago 60640 773-561-1574 Lombard 60148 630-873-5425 Tarsha, Thana MD Psychiatry 2227 W. Division St., 330 Khadri, Syed Yousuf MD Chicago 60622 773-227-0111 621 Plainfield Rd., Ste 110 Oncology Willowbrook 60527 630-325-1799 Zafar, Muhammad MD Pulmonary Medicine 614 South Bloomington Street Siddiqui, Akhtar MD Streator 61364 815-673-1634 2088 Ogden Ave. Al-Khudari, Mohammad MD Aurora 60504 630-499-7500 4700 W. 95th St., Ste 102 Oak Lawn 60453 708-636-9393 Urology Quader, Azher MD Pain Management 6422 N. Western Ave. Ahsan, Mohammad MD Chicago 60659 773-465-3500 880 W. Central Rd., Ste 3600 Arlington Heights 60005 847-255-0900 Chiropractor Ahmed, Tariq DC Pediatrics 7039 W. Addison St. Adil, Mohammed MD Chicago 60634 630-295-8851 2226 Weber Rod Ahmed, Tariq DC Crest Hill 60435 815-729-3006 120 E. Ogden Ave., Ste 120 Hussaini, Syed F. MD Hinsdale 60521 630-325-3472 5310 N. Sheridan Rd Jaber, Asem S. DC Chicago, 60640 773-878-3750 9830 S. Ridgeland Ave. Iqbal, Waheeda MD Chicago Ridge 60415 708-636-0901 2054 W. Devon Ave. Jaber, Asem S. DC Chicago 60659 773-973-2400 1544 W. Chicago Ave. Khalid, Saba MD Chicago 60622 312-432-1707 2600 S. Michigan Ave, Ste 410 Patel, Jignasa DC Chicago 60616 312-949-9055 50 E. Irving Park Rd. Niazi, Sher Ahsan MD Roselle, 60172 630-295-8851 1721 W. Glenwood Saeed, Naveed DC Joliet 60435 815-741-8888 488 S. River Road Zarif, Mehrunnisa MD Des Plaines 60016 847-803-1395 1 South 161 Summit Saeed, Naveed DC Oakbrook 60181 630-620-6666 1000 Grand Canyon Pkwy, Ste 209 Physical Medicine & Rehab Hoffman Estates 60194 847-803-1395 Mohiuddin, Anwar MD Saeed, Naveed DC 9120 Golf Rd 2425 W. 22nd St., Ste 215 Niles 60714 847-390-7115 Oakbrook 60523 847-803-1395 Compassionate Care Network 2010 Handbook 32 Dentistry Naprapathy Ahmed, Parveen DDS Rahaman, Khalilur 1000 Grand Canyon Pkwy,Ste 209 281 E. Wright Wood Ave. Hoffman Estates 60169 847-803-1395 Glendale Heights 60139 630-863-5707 Ahmed, Ilyas DDS Muhammad, Robert J. 75 W. North Ave., Ste 400 400 W. 76th St., Ste 210 Northlake 60164 708-562-5100 Chicago 60620 773-873-5000 Asim, Adil M. DDS Optometry 815-439-1400 75 W. North Ave., Ste 400 Hyderi, Atha OD Northlake 60164 708-562-5100 833 N. Roselle Rd. Khan, M. DDS Roselle 60172 630-351-0085 6350 N. Western Ave. Jairam, Srinivas OD Chicago 60659 773-465-6300 5050 S. State St., Ste 208-209 Khan, M. DDS Chicago 60609 773-624-2700 1300 S. Main St., Unit O Jairam, Srinivas OD Lombard 60148 630-953-1000 2017 W. 75th St Khan, Hammad DDS Woodridge 60517 630-427-1000 18 N. York Rd Bensenville 60106 630-616-0000 Psychiatry Khadri, Syed Yousuf MD. Marouf, Nida DMD 621 Plainfield Rd., Ste 110 5787 N. Lincoln Avenue Willowbrook 60527 630-325-1799 Chicago 60659 773-293-0606 Poothawala, Salman DDS Psychology 1624 W. Montrose Shariff, Farida Chicago 60613 773-275-5600 453 East Ct. Elmhurst 60126 630-530-2241 Shah, Haroon DMD 1000 Grand Canyon Pkwy,Ste 209 Physical Therapy Hoffman Estates 60169 847-803-1395 Ul-Haq, Anwar Shaikh, Imaad DDS 7733 N. Keeler Ave. 276 W. Fullerton Ave. Skokie 60076 773-338-2932/856-5767 Addison, 60101 630-628-8884 Ul-Haq, Anwar Shaikh, Imaad DDS 6428 N. Francisco Ave., Ste 1B 1695 Elk Blvd. Chicago 60645 773-338-2932 Des Plaines 60016 847-827-8484 Podiatry Johnson, Mimi V. DDS Abdel-Qader, Murad MD 235 Mannheim Rd. 3330 W. 177th St. Ste 3A Bellwood, 60104 708-544-5656 Hazel Crest 60429 708-206-6558 Home Health Abdel-Qader, Murad MD 7604 W. 63rd St. Lydia, Garcia Summit 60501 708-458-7170 5875 N. Lincoln Ave, Ste 140 Chicago 60659 773-878-8738/878- Raheem, Kareem A. MD 8746 2235 Sable Oaks Dr. Naperville 60564 847-668-7861 Compassionate Care Network 2010 Handbook 33 Imaging Centers and Laboratories Imaging Centers Chicago Ridge Radiology Center 9830 S. Ridgeland Ave. Chicago Ridge 60415 708-423-1819 RoselleGolf Rd. Future Diagnostic Services Golf Diagnostic Imaging Center 9680 Chiropractic, Inc. 2804 W. Devon Ave. Des Plaines Chicago 60016 60659 773-274-7870 847-296-5366 Lincoln MRI Imaging Center (630) 295-8851 60625 5023 N. Lincoln Ave. Chicago 773-293-0451 Marayah Diagnostic 7247 W. 87th Street Bridgeview 60455 708-598-8999 50 E. Irving Park Road, Roselle, IL 60172 MedLife Diagnostic 6352 N. Lincolin Ave. Ste 206 Chicago 60659 773-539-4100 7039 W. Addison Street Chicago, IL60659 Medquest Radiology Center 3420 W. Peterson Ave. Chicago 60634 773-604-4305 MRI Professionals Imaging Center 31 S. Northwest Highway Palatine 60074 866-674-7767 Full Service Facility Offering: Elk Grove Village 60007 MRI Professionals Imaging Center 901 Biesterfield Rd, Ste 110 847-357-9300 Physical Therapy, Massage Therapy, Acupuncture, Medical Imaging Center 2500 W. Higgins Rd, Ste 830 Hoffman Estates 60169 847-310-8378 Chiropractic Joint Cicero Ave Oak Lawn MR & Imaging 3855 N. Manipulation, Rehabilitation 708-237-1000 Chicago 60452 3855 Nutritional Vitamins, Foot Orthotics On-Site X-Ray, N. Cicero Ave. Open MRI of Chicago Chicago 60641 (insoles and shoes) US Diagnostics Imaging Center 6205 N. Milwaukee Ave, Ste 1R Chicago 60646 773-775-1670 Male & Female Doctors & Labs Medical Massage Therapists Also on M.D. specializing in Pain60638 Central Clinical Laboratories staff,7101 W. Archer Ave. Chicago Management 773-788-1577 & RehabilitationW. Peterson Ave., Ste 100 Chicago MedLab, Inc. Laboratories 3550 60659 773-478-6333 Northshore Clinical Laboratories 2353 W. Birchwood Ave. Chicago 60645 773-262-4432 ! NRI Back Healthcare!!! 773-889-2915 We Put CareCicero, Ste 307Into Chicago 5960 North Milwaukee Ave 60646 ! Oakcrest Medical 10522 S. Oak Lawn 60453 708-425-5359 Unilab Inc. 418 N. Austin, # 2A Oak Park 60302 708-848-1556 ! Compassionate Care Network 2010 Handbook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rimary Care Physicians Chicago Abbas Zareena 1008 W. Foster Ave. Chicago 773-561-5000 Ahmed Safia 948 N. Damen Ave Chicago 773-276-2655 Humayun Shaheen 5140 N. California Ave., #700 Chicago 773-784-2101 Iqbal M 2054 W. Devon Ave. Chicago 773-973-2400 Kapadia Mehboob 2745 W. Devon Ave. Chicago 773-338-8600 Khan Atika 1923 W. Montrose Ave. Chicago 773-281-8855 Khan Zakira 1631 N. Halsted St. Chicago 312-787-9199 Lodhi Fauzia 6374 N. Lincoln, # 303 Chicago 773-588-7733 Mallick Naveed 1515 E. 52nd Pl. Ste 206 Chicago 773-321-0200 Mazheruddin Farkhunda 1802 W. Chicago Ave, # 5 Chicago 773-278-8727 Mazheruddin Farkhunda 6422 N. Western Ave. Chicago 773-465-3500 Mohiuddin Fatima 2828 W. Devon Ave. Chicago 773-761-9774 Saaduddin Syed 401 E. 61st Street Chicago 773-955-5560 Shah Nasreen 1555 W. Howard St Chicago 773-764-7146 Zaheer Badar 3806 W. Lawrence Chicago 773-539-8000 Suburbs Saeed Mohammed 276 W. Fullerton Ave Addison 630-543-5454 Qadir Abdul 1177 N. Highland Ave, # 102 Aurora 630-301-7366 Mohiuddin Ali 257 N. Schmidt Rd Bolingbrook 630-759-9065 Alawad Mohammed 9830 S. Ridgeland Chicago Ridge 708-425-0414 Khan Hasan 6170 Joliet Road Countryside 708-352-0330 Malik Ather 7516 S. Cass Ave,# 15 Darien 630-724-9999 Sharif Sitara 4121 Fairview Av, # L1 Downers Grove 630-968-1700 Syed Zainulabuddin 4121 Fairview Ave, # 100 Downers Grove 630-971-3323 Moeed Syed A. 3228 W. 95th St. Evergreen Park 708-422-6415 Hosaid Farzana 165 S. State Street Hampshire 847-683-3661 Hussain Ahmed 1719 Glenwood Avenue Joliet 815-741-3532 Khaleeluddin Mohammed 300 N. Ottawa St. Joliet 815-726-7600 Ahmed Misbahuddin 555 W. Court, Ste 200 Kankakee 815-935-2525 Hamidani Nasreen 418 Sherwood Road LaGrange Park 708-354-1546 Hameedud- Anjum 4647 W. Lincoln Hwy Matteson 708-747-7720 din Gafoor Muhammad 675 W. North Ave, # 408 Melrose Park 708-450-4950 Compassionate Care Network 2010 Handbook 36 Ahmed Saquib M. N. Chicago Clinic, 2215 14th St. N. Chicago 847-984-5200 Aqueel Jabeen 9120 Golf Rd Niles 847-390-7122 Shahzad Muhammad 1 South 055 Summit Ave. Oak Brook Terrace 630-993-5402 Mohiuddin Fatima 9120 Golf Rd Niles 847-390-7122 Moiduddin Shakir 7530 W. College Dr, # C Palos Heights 708-361-0913 Hosaid Farzana 296 W. Spring St. S. Elgin 847-697-2692 Vaseemuddin Mohammed 1375 E. Schaumburg Rd, #100 Schaumburg 847-891-6850 City of Chicago Health Clinics for Low Income & Uninsured ACCESS @ Jackson Park 7501 S. Stony Island (773) 947-7310 ACCESS @ Lindblom High School 6143 S. Wolcott (773) 434-3856 Armitage Family Health Center 2957 W. Armitage (773) 772-4319 Austin Family Health Center 5835 W. North Ave. (773) 745-1200 Englewood NHC 641 W. 63rd St. (312) 747-5760 Grand Blvd. Family Health Center 5401 S. Wentworth (55th & Dan Ryan) (773) 288-6900 Lower West NHC 1713 S. Ashland Ave. (312) 746-5221 Mile Square Health Center 2045 W. Washington Blvd. (312) 413-1261 Mile Square Health Center at South Shore 7131-A S. Jeffery Blvd. (773) 256-0526 Peterson Family Health Center 2655 W. Peterson (773) 271-8880 Pilsen Family Health Center 1817 S. Loomis (312) 666-6511 Plaza Family Health Center 2533 W. Cermak Rd. (773) 523-0900 Roseland NHC 200 E. 115th St. (312) 347-2838 Uptown NHC 845 W. Wilson St. (312) 744-1590 West Division Family Health Center 4401 W. Division Dr. (773) 252-3122 West Town NHC 2418 W. Division St. (312) 744-7448 Compassionate Care Network Compassionate Care Network (CCN) 6348 N. Milwaukee Ave, #215 Chicago, IL 60646 Tel. 773 775-3600 • Fax 888 226-6363 www.ccnchicago.com Compassionate Care Network 2010 Handbook 37 Useful Resources for Health & Human Services IMANA Chicago Dept of Public Health (Islamic Medical Assn of N. America) www.cityofchicago.org www.imana.org Healthy Albany Park Coalition 630 932-0000 www.apcc-chgo.org/links.php 312 282-1199 APPNA (Association of Pakistani Physicians in N. Stroger Hospital, Chicago America) www.cchil.org/dom/cook.html www.appna.org 312 572-2000 630-968-8585 Provident Hospital, Chicago AMPI 773 572-2000 (Association of Muslim Physicians from Oak Forest Hospital, Oak Forest India) 708 687-7200 www.ampionline.org 630-969-6755 DuPage County Health Dept www.dupagehealth.org AMHP (Assocation of Muslim Health 630 682-7400 Professionals) www.amhp.us Lake County Health Dept www.co.lake.il.us/health AAPI (American Association of Physi- 847 377-8000 cians from India) www.aapiusa.org IL Dept. of Healthcare & Family Services 630-990-2277 www.hfs.illinois.gov 312 793-1368 IMAN Innercity Muslim Action Network www.imancentral.org Schweitzer Fellowship 773 434-4626 www.schweitzerfellowship.org 312 372-4292 Illinois Breast Cancer Program www.cancerscreening.illinois.gov Building Healthier Chicago 888-522-1282 www.healthierchicago.org Medicare 312 886-0693 www.medicare.gov Illinois Dept of Public Health www.healthfinder.gov 800-782-7860 Compassionate Care Network Compassionate Care Network (CCN) 6348 N. 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