Mendota Medical-Dental Clinic
1009 Main Street
Mendota, Illinois 61342
CALL FOR AN APPOINTMENT:
Note: This clinic is open to anyone in the greater Mendota area, including agricultural workers and their families. If you need to see a medical provider, please call for an appointment so we may schedule you for a day and time when the doctor, dentist, or nurse practitioner is in.
Payment & Insurance Information:
For patients who do not have health insurance, we offer a sliding fee scale based on family size and income. We also accept All Kids, Medicaid, and Medicare. For more information, see our Paying for Services page.
Before Your Visit:
Services at the Mendota Medical-Dental Clinic:
We are proud to be a Patient-Centered Medical Home Level 2 clinic, recognized by NCQA (the National Committee for Quality Assurance), offering medical care, dental care, and support services to the greater Mendota community, including agricultural workers and their families.
- Primary health care services for all ages
- Well child care (regular checkups, school physicals)
- Lab and basic diagnostic services
- Screening for diabetes, hypertension, colon cancer, cervical cancer, and other health conditions
- Chronic disease management and support for patients with diabetes, hypertension, asthma, and other chronic conditions
- Women's health services, including breast cancer screening and Pap smears
- Care coordination
- Comprehensive dental care for all ages, including cleanings, exams, fluoride application, restorative services, and extractions
- Emergency dental care for children and adults
- Oral health education and care coordination
- Assistance paying for prescription medicines
- Bilingual (Spanish-English) interpretation, care coordination, and health education
- Help applying for public benefits including All Kids, Medicaid, Obamacare, SNAP benefits, and other programs
- We provide after-hours coverage for health problems that may arise after the CHP clinic closes. For urgent concerns that cannot wait until the next clinic day, patients should call the clinic to be connected to a bilingual staff member who will provide assistance. In the case of a life-threatening emergency, please call 911.