The Stickney Public Health District operates three primary care clinics providing free physician services and Health District programs to township residents.

Clinic locations:

South Clinic
5635 State Road, Burbank, IL 60459
(708) 424-9200

Central Clinic
4949 So. Long Chicago, IL 60638
(708) 458-4126

North Clinic
6721 W. 40th Street Stickney, IL 60402
(708) 788-9100

Residents need to obtain a Stickney Township identification card to obtain services. Please contact any of the offices or stop by during our business hours (South and North Clinics, 8:30a.m. to 4:00p.m. Monday thru Friday or Central Clinic 8:30 to Noon, Tuesday and Thursday).

A number of other health services are also available including: pregnancy testing, well baby clinics and immunizations, communicable disease investigations and follow-up, home health care school nursing services, vision and hearing screenings, blood pressure and cholesterol screenings, diabetes screenings and school physicals.

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Stickney Public Health District is certified as a local health department by the Illinois Department of Public Health. Founded in 1946, the SPHD provides a variety of health prevention treatments and public health services to the residents of Stickney Township. We are committed to improving and protecting the health of our residents and encourage you to take advantage of our services.

These include programs that provide health services to both the youngest and the most senior of Stickney Township's
population. In Home Nursing program seeks to maintain the independence of elderly citizens while the Women, Infants and Children program targets the nutritional needs of those in the early stages of life. The SPHD also takes a broader role in servicing the environmental and safety concerns of our community.

The administrators of Stickney Public Health District hope this site provides greater access to the services that we offer to the community.

Louis S. Viverito

Louis S. Viverito

In addition to his position with the SPHD, Louis S. Viverito is the former State Senator representing the 11th District and Stickney Township Supervisor; born in Chicago, he is a Korean War Veteran and, together with his wife Carolyn, has three children and five grandsons.

Dr. Christopher Grunow
Health Director

Ettore "Hector" Cesario

Jay Grider

Sharon Foy
Director of Nursing Services

Melinda Antoskiewicz
Director of Behavioral Health

Michael Katcher
Acting Director of Environmental Health

Patricia Kulikauskas
Emergency Response Coordinator

Stickney Township Public Health District does not discriminate in admission to programs or treatment of employment in programs or activities in compliance with the Illinois Human Rights Act, the U.S. Civil Rights Act, and the U.S. and Illinois Constitutions. ©2007