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Therapy Services helps Parkinson patients raise their voices

Parkinson patients take on a consequence of the progressive disease by practicing to speak with intent.

Leading COVID-19 treatments offered at Carle as hospital discharges surpass 1,000 patients

Carle Health has discharged over 1,000 COVID-19 patients since the start of the pandemic and continue their recovery at home. New treatments against COVID-19 are available to qualifying patients at Carle locations in Normal, Hoopeston, Urbana and Olney.

Patients achieve successful results with pinpoint therapy

Sterotactic body radiation therapy is turning around outcomes for lung cancer patients.

Research focuses on trust, engagement

Seeing life from the viewpoint of rural elderly is at the heart of research by Carle’s Stephens Family Clinical Institute and the Siebel Center for Design at the University of Illinois.

Community Cancer Center Foundation in Normal merges with Carle Center for Philanthropy

Partnership continues the passion of those who support the Carle Cancer Institute Normal.

At opposite age spectrums, COVID-19 patients each have a story to share

A baby and an adult battle and recover from COVID-19. Read their stories and continue to take precautions.

Comforting young patients during the holidays

Child Life Specialists at Carle normalize life as much as possible even for children who find themselves in a hospital during the holiday season.

Answering your COVID-19 vaccine questions

As the COVID-19 vaccine begins to be distributed and administered across the country, Carle Health answers frequently asked questions about the COVID-19 vaccine.

Carle Foundation Hospital cafeteria to close for construction

Around the clock food options remain available for staff, patients and visitors during construction, as the yearlong transformation will expand future cafeteria offerings in the lower level at Carle Foundation Hospital (CFH) in Urbana.

Delivering the vaccine – and hope – to Carle workers

First Carle Health employees receive COVID-19 vaccine this week.

Ensuring the COVID-19 vaccine is safe and effective

Learn about the benefits of COVID-19 vaccination so you’ll be ready when a vaccine is recommended.

Communicating COVID-19: how Carle interpreters help heal

When diagnosing and treating COVID-19, every detail counts. Carle’s team of interpreters are making sure that language isn’t a barrier for those seeking care.

Bright minds unite to offer creative solutions to improve healthcare

Illinois ‘citizen scientists’ invited to submit health innovation ideas chance to win $10,000 in idea support.

Do it for me

We are launching a new campaign to bring renewed urgency to the realities of COVID-19. Let's all protect each other. Watch for more detail on Carle social media channels.

Toy bear donations help prep families for baby’s arrival home

Toy bears built with plastic tubes inserted in their tummies teach families how to manage a feeding tube upon a child’s return home and influence one older sibling’s interest in nursing.

The COVID symptom not mentioned on CDC’s list – fear

Carle providers offer remote monitoring to care for COVID-19 patients with moderate symptoms to help ease anxiety and help people recover safely at home.

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