• VNA Health Care

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    Many first-time VNA Health Care patients walk in for a
    free pregnancy test. And then they become patients for the
    long-term. They deliver their babies with us, bring their growing
    families back to VNA for care, and continue to care for
    their own health as they complete their families and get
    older.
    VNA's philosophy of care focuses on the complete picture
    of a person's health while ensuring that all patients have
    convenient access to care and a choice of providers. VNA
    has two convenient locations in Elgin to choose from?on
    the west side of town, VNA is located at 620 Wing St. in the
    Well Child building. On the east side of town, VNA is located
    in its own building at 801 Villa St., across from Bowlway and
    the Fire Station.
    VNA has deep roots in the Elgin community. The organization
    known as 'The Elgin Visiting Nurse Association'
    merged with the Visiting Nurse Association in Aurora in
    1986, and the name was changed to ?Visiting Nurse Association
    of Fox Valley?. In 2011, the organization changed its
    name again to ?VNA Health Care?. This change honors its
    historical roots as a ?VNA? and reflects the fact that the
    organization has become a full-service, primary health care
    provider in addition to offering nursing focused health services
    in the home.
    Today, VNA Health Care provides affordable health care
    to over 55,000 men, women and children living primarily in
    Kane, DuPage and Will counties. VNA has nine community
    health centers located in Elgin, Aurora, Bensenville, Carol
    Stream, Bolingbrook and Romeoville. VNA's combination of
    convenience (by appointment or walk-in), patient-

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    Accounts Payable
    • Phone: (847) 717-6455
    Elisa Lara
    Claudia Lopez
    Outreach Representative
    • Phone: (847) 717-6455
    Ms. Erin Weldon
    Office Support Specialist
    • Phone: (847) 717-6455
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