Appointment Request

Looking to set up an appointment?

If you are signed up through one of our Patient Portals, please visit our Patient Portals Page and choose the appropriate patient portal to log into and make any requests for appointments there. If you know your provider’s office phone number, you may also call to schedule an appointment. If you are not signed up through any of our patient portals, view our contact list to find the appropriate phone number to call, or visit a provider’s page to find their office number. 

Need a primary care provider (PCP)? 

If you don’t have a PCP and would like to find a primary care location most conveniently located for you, visit our Primary Care Page to view all of our locations that offer primary care services, as well as their addresses.  

Don’t forget, you can also use the Patient Portals!

If you are signed up through one of our Patient Portals, please log in and make any requests for appointments  there.

You can also…

  • Request prescription renewals
  • Securely message your medical provider’s staff
  • View appointments
  • Review lab results
  • View other reports
  • Update personal information
  • View history and discharge information

For help using a Patient Portal, please contact (815) 664-7200.

ATTENTION!

 

Pertaining to COVID-19 Testing:

Due to critical shortages of supplies, St. Margaret’s Health is no longer testing walk-in patients for COVID-19; a physician’s order IS REQUIRED. If you have been exposed to COVID-19, please isolate at home, wear a mask and IF symptoms develop, contact your physician to request an order to be tested.

Having symptoms? In order to be tested for COVID-19, Influenza (Flu), Strep, RSV, or to receive a Respiratory Array test, patients MUST have a doctor’s order. Contact your medical care provider. Please DO NOT visit the testing center in Spring Valley without a physician’s order, OR visit an Emergency Department for testing.

There are many sites throughout the Illinois Valley that are still currently testing without physician’s orders, although appointments may be required.  Please refer to local pharmacies and health departments websites, or visit https://coronavirus.illinois.gov/testing-sites for more information.

Thank you!

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