The Vision

Immanuel Health Center is painting a picture of hope for the medically underserved in our community.

Our reception room's welcoming mural.

Conveniently located and professionally staffed, Immanuel Health Center serves men, women, and children. Our holistic approach includes primary medical care, social and behavioral services, counseling and spiritual care, and community referrals.

We offer affordable medical services, primarily to Medicaid or Medicare patients and those who are uninsured or underinsured. Patient needs are addressed in full as we partner
 with individuals,
 hospitals, ministries, churches, and community agencies.

Immanuel Health Center is dependent upon God’s provision in Christ Jesus. Our desire is to follow in His footsteps, reaching out in love and compassion to all people.

Our services include:

  • Licensed primary medical care to children and adults
  • Christ-centered spiritual care
  • Referrals to community programs and services

Our goal is to add licensed social and behavioral health care and counseling in the future.

Our mission is to promote health and wholeness in our community, especially among those who are vulnerable or disadvantaged, by providing medical care, spiritual care, and social and behavioral health services. Our board of directors provides leadership and counsel to ensure we are achieving our mission.

Our Medical Director: Trina Scott, M.D.
Dr. Trina Scott has a passion for pursuing health and wholeness for all members of her community, especially those who are vulnerable or disadvantaged. In addition to promoting and treating physical health issues, she recognizes the importance of emotional and spiritual health for patients, as body, mind, and soul function together to affect the whole person.

A board certified family physician, Dr. Scott left a group practice in order to spend more time with her family. This life-change also provided the opportunity to work at the family practice residency program in Peoria and volunteer at the Community Healthcare Clinic, where the needs of the underserved members of society, who often have few resources for their various healthcare needs, became an urgent, compelling focus of her time, energy, and effort.

As a result, through God’s leading and provision, she, along with members of several local churches established Immanuel Health Center, a faith-based, nonprofit health center that serves the medically underserved and less fortunate residents of Bloomington–Normal.

 

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