AHS Family Health Center (AHSFHC) patient population is an incredibly diverse group of people including many immigrants and refugees. Because of our clinic's unique focus, our patients come from across Chicagoland, knowing they will receive high quality medical and dental care in a culturally-sensitive and linguistically diverse environment.

In 2017 AHS Family Health Center served a total of 12,920 unduplicated patients with more than 50,669 visits. Our patient populations breakdown by race and ethnicity is 59% Asian, 14% Hispanic, 9% African American, 6% White, 2% more than one race and close to 10% patients who did not disclose their race. Additionally, 60% of AHSFHC patients are female. Approximately 47% of the AHSFHC patients are uninsured. More than 95% of AHSFHC patients fall below 200% of the federal poverty level (FPL). 46% of AHSFHC unduplicated patients are on Medicaid, well below the state FQHC average.

AHS Family Health Center has highly trained medical and dental providers on staff. All our providers are bilingual and speak a variety of languages which allows patients access to a provider who can speak their language, if our providers or staff do not speak the language we also have access to a variety of interpreters who will be able to assist our patients at no cost to the patient.


AHS Family Health Center is part of the federal 340B program, which allows us to buy drugs from partner pharmacies at a discount. If our AHS Family Health Center patients use these partner pharmacies, they could save money.

Patient-Centered Medical Home

AHS Family Health Center (AHSFHC) is your Medical Home which stands for Patient-Centered Medical Home (PCMH). We have achieved National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA) Level 2 PCMH recognition at all four of our clinic sites.

We are dedicated to delivering a team approach while providing high quality, comprehensive, coordinated, accessible and most importantly, patient-centered care that is evidence-based and delivered by our staff. This means for our patients that they have one place to call for a complete range of services. Our focus on preventative care means better health and lower medical costs for our patients and families.

AHSFHC’s Recognition: NCQA’s PCMH

Clinic services

AHS Family Health Center provides family practice-based medical and dental care to every age group, from infants to the elderly. Emphasis is placed on education and prevention to help our patients achieve optimum health and wellness.

Clinical services include primary care, women’s health care, pediatrics, adult and pediatric dental care all delivered in a linguistically and culturally appropriate manner.

  • Adult Behavioral Health

  • Adult Medical Care

  • Assistance with Insurance Enrollment

  • Blood Pressure & Diabetes Tests

  • Child Behavioral Health

  • Dental Services

  • Free Cervical & Breast Cancer Screening

  • Immigration Physicals

  • Infant Care & Baby Shots

  • School Physicals

  • TB Tests & Cancer Screening

  • WIC Services

  • Women's Health & Pap Tests

  • Patient Portal


AHS Family Health Center is a designated Health Center Quality Leader and achieved the best overall clinical performance in 2017 among all health centers, placing in the top 30 percent of the adjusted quartile rankings for Clinical Quality Measures.

Our History

Asian Human Services Family Health Center (AHSFHC) was incorporated in 2001 as an independent not for profit 501 (c) 3 to increase access to primary care for underserved communities on Chicago’s north side. In collaboration with Asian Human Services a large Asian based social services organization, in February of 2002, AHSFHC began operating a small two-room clinic to provide Ob/Gyn and family practice-based care to immigrant and refugee families. AHSFHC grew from those humble beginnings and opened its doors as a full-time Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC) on March 1, 2004 in the West Ridge neighborhood.