Access Community Health Network

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Access Community Health Network
Access Community Health Network is listed in the Clinics Medical category in Melrose Park, Illinois. Displayed below are the social networks for Access Community Health Network which include a Facebook page, a Linkedin company page, a Twitter account and a YouTube channel. The activity and popularity of Access Community Health Network on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 0.

Contact information for Access Community Health Network is:
8321 W North Ave
Melrose Park, IL 60160
(708) 681-2298

"Access Community Health Network" - ZapScore Report

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Access Community Health Network has an overall ZapScore of 0. This means that Access Community Health Network has a higher ZapScore than 0% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Melrose Park, Illinois is 35 and in the Clinics Medical category is 27. Learn more about ZapScore

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Find out the important signs to look for in your teen to see if they are suffering from dating violence. cards.twitter.com/cards/rbbo50/4…

Learn what common signs to look for when we’re talking about teen dating violence, as they could be a sign to alert parents that their teens are suffering. Teen dating violence is preventable, but it is also often hard to detect, so make sure you are familiar with all the warning signs.
ACCESS provides community-based health care based on a model that connects patients to health care resources of nearly 40 federally-qualified health centers (FQHCs).Find a location near you.


@ACCESSHealth proud to partner w/ @ChiPublicHealth & offers congrats on another successful celebration. We all work twitter.com/i/web/status/8…

Preeclampsia is a pregnancy complication marked by high blood pressure. It causes approximately 15% of premature births and affects 18% of all maternal deaths in the U.S. Learn more about our Westside Healthy Start program that aims to reduce the incidence of infant mortality and low birth weight babies. Contact ACCESS today to learn more about preeclampsia & our Westside Healthy Start program at 312.733.0065
ACCESS provides community-based health care based on a model that connects patients to health care resources of nearly 40 federally-qualified health centers (FQHCs).Find a location near you.


TODAY until 7 pm ACCESS helps w/#ACA & #Medicaid enrollment @presenceHealth 355 Ridge Ave Evanston Patient Financia twitter.com/i/web/status/8…


Contact ACCESS at 312.733.0065 to learn about preeclampsia & our Westside Healthy Start program @NatlHealthyStrt bit.ly/2rwFzxB


Churches & organizations register your own Pin-A-Sister™ event to educate women about importance of #mammograms Inf twitter.com/i/web/status/8…

Breast cancer survivor Deaconess Lillouise Lewis understands the importance of early detection and has devoted 34 years of her life to spreading the message. Prior to being diagnosed with breast cancer she knew very little about it, much like the rest of her community. Since 2009 she has been participating in the Pin-A-Sister™/Examinate Comadre™ program. As a faith-based community breast cancer awareness program, it helps her reach women in her community with the help of her church. “When women hear their pastor talking about it of course they’ll get a mammogram” Hear more about her story here:
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Fruit has many well-known benefits, but eating fruit may also reduce the risk for developing diabetes, a recent study has found. Read more about these findings that showed people who ate fresh fruit daily were associated with a lower risk of developing diabetes.
A large study has found that eating fresh fruit reduces the risk for developing diabetes, and the risk for its complications.

This week is National Alcohol and Other Drug-Related Birth Defects Awareness Week. ACCESS is committed to helping raise awareness about the dangers of using drugs and alcohol when you are pregnant. Learn about our Westside Healthy Start program that aims to reduce the incidence of infant mortality and low birth weight babies. Contact ACCESS to learn more about Westside Healthy Start at 312.733.0065.
ACCESS provides community-based health care based on a model that connects patients to health care resources of nearly 40 federally-qualified health centers (FQHCs).Find a location near you.