New Pullman Replacement Facility Project

 August 13, 2013

Old building being demolished.

Old building being demolished.

  

Opening Aug. 5, 2013

Main entrance exterior
Main entrance exterior

 

1st floor patient and community mural

1st floor patient and community mural

 

Medical Lab

Medical Lab

2nd floor administrative office

2nd floor administrative office

 

Registration area in medical waiting area

Registration area in medical waiting area

Skylight in medical waiting area

Skylight in medical waiting area

 

Dental waiting area

Dental waiting area

 

Dental treatment area

Dental treatment area

 

Medical exam room

Medical exam room

 

Main Conference Room

Main Conference Room

 

Blue Corridor in medical clinic.

Blue Corridor in medical clinic.

 

Behavioral health room

Behavioral health room

 June 7, 2013 

Employee Entrance

Employee Entrance

 

Registration area

Registration area

 

Nurses' station

Nurses’ station

 

Dental area

Dental area

 

Bathroom

Bathroom

 

Locker room

Locker room

 

Medical exam room

Medical exam room

 

 

Exterior front

2nd floor conference room

2nd floor conference room

First floor waiting area

First floor waiting area

Interior starway

Interior starway

New Pullman Facility construction is well underway! (January 10, 2013)

The new Pullman Replacement Facility taking shape, January 10, 2013

The new Employee Parking Lot at Pullman is just about finished. (January 10, 2013)

The Pullman Replacement Facility is taking shape. Iron beams have been erected at the construction site on east 115th Street, just east of the original structure.

 

Chicago Family Health Center officially broke ground on August 14, 2012 for the rebuilding of its Pullman Health Center, 556 E. 115th St.

 Check out video coverage of this event.

 

Razing the Roof at Pullman: Demolition at the new Pullman Replacement began in early July, paving the way for the construction of the Pullman Replacement Facility, slated to open in 2013.

Senator Dick Durbin visits CFHC Pullman

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CFHC Board Chair Nick Valadez; Sen. Dick Durbin; Ben Adasope, Pullman Clinic Manager

U.S. Senator Dick Durbin recently visted CFHC Pullman to tour the new facility and hold a round table discussion with CFHC staff on efforts to enroll patients in new health insurance options made available through the Affordable Care Act. Sentaor Durbin met directly with key Chief Officers and Department Heads as well as our Patient Financial Counselors (PFC).

PFCs help determine who is eligible for expanded Medicaid, Medicare or for the health insurance marketplace. Sen. Durbin was also joined by Robin Kelly, U.S. Representative for the Illinois 2nd Cogressional District.

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L-R: Rep. Robin Kelly; PFCs Javaite Wilson, Rana Jaber and Nanette Zier; Sen. Dick Durbin

 

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U.S. Sen. Dick Durbun (2nd from right) tours the CFHC Pullman Replacement Facility.

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L-R: CFHC Chief Medical Officer Carl Toren, MD; Ben Adasope, Pullman Clinic Manager and Sen. Dick Durbin

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Dr. Pramode Keshava meets Sen. Dick Durbin at CFHC Pullman.

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L-R: Rep. Robin Kelly; Sen. Dick Durbin and CFHC Board Chair, Nick Valadez

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Rep. Robin Kelly and Sen. Dick Durbin tour the CFHC Pullman Dental Suite.


Request for Proposals: Dental Design, Equipment & Fixtures

Chicago Family Health Center (CFHC) is requesting bid proposals from qualified dental equipment vendors to provide design, equipment and fixtures for a dental suite with nine (9) operatories planned for a new replacement facility of CFHC’s Pullman Community Health Center in Chicago’s Historic Pullman neighborhood.

Major funding for the CFHC Pullman Facility Replacement Project is provided by the US Department of Health and Human Services, Health Resources and Services Administration through a $6,257,249 grant from the Affordable Care Act. All of the work will be performed to comply with the U.S. Green Building Council’s Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design (LEED) program at the Silver Level.

All Dental equipment team member firms must be licensed to conduct business in the State of Illinois and all key project personnel must be professionally licensed in Illinois.  Additionally, team member firms and individuals should demonstrate similar, recent experience.

Bid packet materials can be downloaded below.  If you have any questions, please email pullmanproject@chicgofamilyhealth.org or call 773-449-5810.

Bids must be received before 12:00 Noon, Central Time, Friday, November 11, 2011 at Chicago Family Health Center, 9119 South Exchange Avenue, Chicago, IL 60617, Attn: Mary Lou Rios. Site designs and equipment details are required immediately and no later than Wednesday, November 23, 2011.  Equipment is not required on site until January 2013.

Grant stipulations prohibit personal contact with employees, management or board members of Chicago Family Health Center, Inc. during the bid process.  Positive efforts shall be made by respondents when proposing the firm to utilize small businesses, minority-owned firms and women’s business enterprises.

Bid Packet Materials:


Pullman Site Demolition Bid Packet and Addenda

Chicago Family Health Center is seeking bid proposals from qualified demolition contractors to provide demolition services to clear property for construction of a replacement facility of the Pullman Health Center in Chicago’s Historic Pullman neighborhood.

All demolition team member firms must be licensed to conduct business in the State of Illinois and all key project personnel must be professionally licensed in Illinois.  Additionally, team member firms and individuals should demonstrate similar, recent demolition experience employing LEED requirements and City of Chicago work experience.  A Bid Packet can be downloaded below. Questions should be directed to via email to: pullmanproject@chicagofamilyhealth.org or on voice mailbox 773-449-5833.