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Heartland International Health Center (2014)

Chicago, IL

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NMTC Amount: $7,840,000

Est. Total Project Cost: $7,845,261

COMMUNITY IMPACT

The Project is the redevelopment of an underutilized, 18,450-square-foot office building which now includes 9,200-square-feet of laboratory, health clinic, and related office space built to LEED Platinum Certification standards for Heartland International Heath Center (HIHC). HIHC is a federally qualified health center serving Chicago’s northside across 10 locations and serving 21,000 patients annually. This is HIHC’s 11th location and allows the organization to provide primary care, oral health, substance abuse, and mental health services to the uninsured, Medicaid, and Medicare recipients throughout the Rogers Park neighborhood. The Project now provides affordable health treatment services to an additional 6,800 patients per year.

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