Pillars Community Health is administering the vaccine with partnering counties and following the guidelines set forth by the State of Illinois’ vaccination plan. Note: Vaccine supply is limited (due to limitations in the supply chain). We are not a mass vaccination site. Follow the instructions below to access online scheduling.
Pillars Community Health is administering the vaccine with partnering counties and following the guidelines set forth by the State of Illinois’ vaccination plan. Note: Vaccine supply is limited (due to limitations in the supply chain). We are not a mass vaccination site. We receive about 400-500 doses a week and have been able to administer every dose we’ve received of the Moderna vaccine, prioritizing our patients. As of April 14, we’ve given 3,182 first doses and 2,300 people have completed the series.
All Illinois residents ages 18 and older are now eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine. To inquire about vaccine availability and schedule an appointment, call 708-PILLARS (708-745-5277) and follow the prompts. OR follow the directions below to access our scheduling website. We will continue to prioritize access for Pillars Community Health patients and clients. Please note: We cannot make appointments at Pillars Community Health for City of Chicago residents (except for patients and those on our staff).
Doses are so limited that we cannot guarantee anyone a second dose on the exact 28th day since their first dose. The information from Moderna is that you should not have your second dose BEFORE 28 days after your first dose, but you can have it anytime 28-42 days after the first dose. The Health Center will call you when an appointment is available for your second dose.
Note: We prioritize second doses for people who received their first dose at Pillars Community Health, over first doses. A first dose is not guaranteed; this means Pillars Community Health may have to cancel appointments if we do not receive requested amounts of vaccines from partnering counties. We cannot make appointments at Pillars Community Health for City of Chicago residents who live and work in the City of Chicago.
Information is changing rapidly. Please stay tuned to our website for information on vaccine availability. As you have questions about vaccine rollout in Illinois, stay tuned to this Cook County web page and the Illinois Department of Public Health for the most current information. Find information about alternative vaccination locations here.
To Schedule a Vaccine Appointment
To access our online COVID-19 vaccine scheduling site, please first answer the following questions.
Pillars Community Health currently offers two locations for coronavirus (COVID-19) testing and services: Burr Ridge Middle School (15W451 91st St., Burr Ridge, IL 60527) in partnership with DuPage County Health Department, and Burbank (5635 State Rd., Burbank, IL 60459) in partnership with Stickney Public Health District. Testing is available to anyone. Limited tests are available. AN APPOINTMENT IS REQUIRED. Insurance will be billed. Call 708-PILLARS (708-745-5277) and follow the prompts; we will return messages within one business day.
For the safety of our staff and other patients, please DO NOT show up to our Health Center in downtown La Grange to seek COVID-19 testing and services; we cannot permit walk-ins at our La Grange site.
Hours are as follows: Burr Ridge Tuesdays 8:30 am-11:30 am; Burbank Wednesdays 1 pm-4 pm and Fridays 8:30 am-11:30 am. For the time being, we will no longer offer testing on Mondays, Thursdays, and Saturdays. Testing was previously available at Anne M. Jeans Elementary School in Willowbrook but has been moved to Burr Ridge Middle School. Hours and location may be adjusted based on demand and weather. If you would rather seek testing at a free testing site, click here for Chicago area locations.