Arvey Community Health Center
The Jacob M. Arvey Community Health Center, affectionately known as the Arvey Clinic, is a teaching facility specifically focused on internal medicine. Residents work under the direct supervision and guidance of experienced Weiss doctors. This team-oriented approach provides continuing education for both residents and doctors, as well as more thorough, detail-oriented care for patients.
The Arvey Clinic provides a full range of medical services for adults and referrals to subspecialists as needed. A Foot Care Clinic is also available to treat a wide variety of foot and ankle disorders. Hours are limited and appointments are required. Learn more about the Foot Care Clinic in Chicago.
Outpatient radiology and lab work are conveniently located at the hospital. The clinic provides care to Medicare, Medicaid, most private insurance and self-pay patients.
At Weiss, we listen closely to patients to develop and maintain the best mix of programs that meet their needs. Patients benefit from the expertise and compassion of experienced doctors and dedicated staff, plus advanced technology, to receive comprehensive care. And at the Arvey Clinic, our patients find a wide range of diverse healthcare providers to serve them. Our resident physicians speak nearly 30 languages! We provide our patients with services in their native language.
Monday – Friday: 9:00 am to 4:00 pm
Our residents staffing the Arvey Clinic speak:
About the Arvey Clinic
The Arvey Clinic has been providing care to our community for nearly 50 years. The clinic was named after Jacob Arvey, a prominent and respected Chicago public leader. After dropping out of high school as a youth, Arvey earned a law degree, became a commissioned lieutenant colonel in the Army and later became one of the most respected local politicians in the nation.