Pike County residents have access to quality health care services which greatly enhance the quality of life in the county.
One of the cornerstones for health care delivery in Pittsfield is Illini Community Hospital (ICH) which is located in the center of town. The hospital is a 25 bed critical access hospital, and is one of seven entities of the Blessing Hospital System in Quincy. The hospital has arthroscopic and laporscopic equipment, a radiology department with a CT scanner, and radiographic and fluoroscopy equipment. Clinical services and the emergency room are staffed 24 hours a day. Surgeries are performed by local surgeons and visiting specialists. When more advanced care is required, cases are transferred to the medical centers of the patient/ family's choice, usually to Quincy, Springfield, or St. Louis.
Illini Community Hospital was founded in 1942 as a not-for-profit, non-governmental, charitable organization by a group of citizens interested in improving the health care in the community. Today, Illini Community Hospital continues its mission to "improve the health of our communities."
Illini Hospital also operates the Illini Rural Health Clinic, Illini XPress Walk-in Clinic and Illini Fitness.
We are very proud of our other area local health related resources include:
The Pike County Health Department is located in Pittsfield and offers home heath, public health and environmental health services. Home health services include visits by registered nurses, home health aides, therapists and dieticians. Public health services are numerous, and include family case management, screenings and immunizations, and health and wellness programs. Environmental health services include restaurant inspections and food safety education, and water / plumbing / well /septic services.
They are located at 606 W. Adams St. in Pittsfield (62363). The telephone number is 217-285-4407.
The Pike County Health Department also operates the Pike County Dental Clinic at their W. Adams St. location. The Pike County Dental Clinic provides dental health care to eligible children and adults, including pregnant women. Families must be financially eligible to use the services of the Dental Clinic. Proof of income is required at the first visit and will be renewed every six months. You can find additional information about the Dental Clinic on the Pike County Health Department website (linked above). The attached brochure details the services provided and information on scheduling appointments. Here is the brochure.
Ouincy Medical Group is a multi-specialty group based in Quincy with affiliates in Pike County. Offices are located in Pittsfield, Barry, and Pleasant Hill. Access to several specialties is available through the Quincy based physicians and include Allergy, Cardiology, Dermatology, Gastroenterology, General, Vascular and Thoracic Surgery, and OB/GYN.
Quincy Medical Groups Pike County locations include:
Barry, IL 62312
320 N. Madison
Pittsfield, IL 62363
405 East State
Pleasant Hill, IL 62306