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The Community Engagement Coordinator is responsible for establishing relationships with partner organizations, ensuring PPIL is visible and active in the community, and providing education and promoting our services in the Decatur and Springfield areas.
Medical Assistants perform basic duties such as maintaining medical records and logs, performing routine clerical duties, conducting basic lab work, and responding to patient inquiries and needs like fee assessment and insurance coverage.
Because so many of our health centers are in rural and medically underserved areas, we are often our patients only source of care, making our health centers an irreplaceable piece of Illinois’ health care landscape. For us, it’s never about what someone can afford, or what insurance they have—it’s about meeting people where they are.