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Clinical Services

Our faculty, residents and fellows provide patient care at UI Health Mile Square Health Center – L.P. Johnson Rockford, UW Health SwedishAmerican, and the Winnebago County Jail and Juvenile Detention Center.

Outpatient Primary Care at UI Health Mile Square Health Center-L.P. Johnson Rockford

Five medical providers in white coats standing in a row

Our UI Health Mile Square Health Center – L.P. Johnson Rockford is a Federally Qualified Health Center. The center is committed to serving our community and providing care to patients of all ages at all phases of life. Clinical services include:

  • Ambulatory medicine (pediatrics, adult, geriatrics)
  • Women’s health services, including prenatal and obstetrical care
  • Procedural medicine
  • Medication Assisted Therapy and counseling
  • Ultrasound
  • Dentistry

Our health center is a teaching facility that allows resident physicians and medical students to gain experience under the guidance of attending physicians. All residents establish continuity practices at the clinic and care for their own patients throughout the course of their training.

Inpatient Care at UW Health SwedishAmerican Hospital

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UW Health SwedishAmerican serves as the teaching hospital for the Family Medicine Residency Program, the Hospice and Palliative Medicine Fellowship Program, and the Headache Fellowship Program.

UW Health SwedishAmerican Hospital is a tertiary care medical center that offers more than 350 active and courtesy staff physicians. Physicians represent all major medical and surgical specialties and sub-specialties.

The hospital houses the Family Medicine inpatient service, the pediatric inpatient service, and the second busiest emergency department in Illinois. UW Health SwedishAmerican’s outpatient surgery center provides procedures and services to more than 6,000 patients annually.

The Women and Children’s Hospital includes a birthing center, Level III NICU and clinic space where UW Health pediatric specialists care for children with concerns regarding the heart, lungs, brain, ear, nose and throat and more.

Correctional Health Care Services

Winnebago County Justice Center building

The Department of Family and Community Medicine provides health care services for the inmates at the Winnebago County Justice Center and Juvenile Detention Center. Since 2005, the department coordinates and provides health care services including:

  • Medical care
  • Dental care
  • Physical therapy
  • Pharmaceutical services

Dr. Mitch King serves as medical director. He is also a professor in the Department of Family and Community Medicine and a family medicine physician at the Mile Square Health Center–L P. Johnson Rockford clinic. Tricia Corrigan, FNP-BC, serves as the Director of Clinical Activities at the Winnebago County Justice Center.


Employee Health Services

University Medical Services entry door with round red awning

The Department of Family and Community Medicine supports employee health on our campus. Services include:

  • Healthcare screenings
  • Employment screenings
  • Vaccinations
  • Health and travel guidance

The office is located on the UIC Health Sciences Campus-Rockford, 1601 Parkview Ave. Questions can be directed to