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Data and Reports

Community Health Needs Assessment / Community Health Improvement Plan

As part of the requirements for a Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC), every FQHC is required to conduct a Community Health Needs Assessment at least every third year with the goal of tailoring programming to meet the community needs when possible. 

In McLean County, Chestnut Health Systems has joined an existing collaboration with three other organizations: OSF St. Joseph Medical Center, Advocate BroMenn Medical Center and the McLean County Health Department to assist in the 2019 Community Health Needs Assessment process and develop a comprehensive plan for addressing the identified health needs of the McLean County community for 2020-22. 

Below are links to McLean County’s current Community Health Needs Assessment and Community Health Improvement Plan.

McLean County 2020-2022 Community Health Improvement Plan

McLean County 2019 Community Needs Health Assessment

McLean County 2019 Community Health Needs Assessment Summary Report

McLean County 2017-2019 Community Health Improvement Plan

McLean County 2017-2019 Community Health Improvement Plan - 2017 Progress Report

McLean County 2017-2019 Community Health Improvement Plan - 2018 Progress Report

McLean County 2016 Community Health Needs Assessment


Economic Impact

Chestnut Health Systems, Inc. - Invest for a Healthy Economy - Economic Impact in 2017


Chestnut Family Health Center is committed to your health. At present, Chestnut Family Health Center is not offering COVID-19 testing. During the coronavirus outbreak, we have put the following guidelines into practice:


  • If you have a fever, cough, difficulty breathing or have been near someone who has tested positive for COVID-19, please do not come to our office even if you have an appointment. Please call our office for an over-the-phone evaluation by our staff. 
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  • Avoid public places, groups of more than ten people, physically touching other people, and touching your face. Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds. 

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