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Walk-In Wellness Center at West Suburban Medical Center

Walk-In Wellness Center at West Suburban Medical Center

PCC Community Wellness Center

Affordable urgent care for all ages.

Services Offered

Health Care • Behavioral Health • Mental Health • Ultrasound • Chemical Dependency • Walk In


PCC Walk-In Wellness Center at West Suburban Medical Center offers urgent care for minor illnesses and injuries. The center treats a variety of conditions, including:

-Sprains and fractures
-Minor cuts and burns
-Cough, cold, and flu
-Sinus infections
-Ear ache
-Skin rash
-Back, joint or muscle pain
-Headaches and migraines
-Suspected bladder infection, kidney infection, and STI

Opioid use disorder treatment, ultrasound, and sports medicine services are available by appointment only.

If needed, staff provide referrals to follow up care or a primary care provider through other PCC clinics. PCC Walk-In Wellness Center is not a substitute for ongoing medical care with a primary care provider.


3 Erie Ct., Suite 1300, Oak Park, IL 60302 41.8913716 -87.7761143

Service Options

Languages Spoken

  • English
  • Spanish


-PCC accepts all major PPO health plans, BCBS HMO plans, and the following Medicaid plans: Aetna Better Health, BCBS Community Health, CountyCare, Family Health Network, Harmony, IlliniCare, Lurie Children's, Meridian, and Molina. Financial counselors can help you apply for Medicaid, Medicare, or marketplace health plans.
-Sliding scale fees based on family size and household income are available to uninsured patients.
-No one will be denied service due to inability to pay.


  • Services provided on a sliding scale
  • Medicaid accepted
  • Medicare accepted
  • Private insurance accepted

How to Apply

If you have a medical emergency, please call 911 or go to the nearest emergency room. PCC Walk-In Wellness center is not a substitute for the emergency department.

Walk in to be seen. No appointment is required. Please bring the following:

-Photo ID
-Insurance card, if applicable
-Any medications you are using
-Paperwork from any recent doctor's appointment or hospitalization

You will need to complete basic intake paperwork, including a patient information form and HIPPA form.