Probably not. There's a statute making it a crime to knowingly file a false report, but there's no teeth to it - Furthermore, I believe only DCFS can refer false reports to prosecutors because only they are allowed access to said reports.
Sounds malicious to me, but dont know that you will be able to find an atty to take the case. You would have to prove damages and it appears that dcfs quickly dismissed the complaint. You could try a letter to the editor of your newspaper commenting on the events, but keep it factual and truthful as you don't want to be sued for libel yourself. Consider writing a letter to the director or supervisor of the health center complaining about their inept employee, but keep it calm and factual.
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