Part of preparing medical students with hands-on patient care experiences early on in their education, Carle Illinois College of Medicine launches new clinic.
Carle’s third national Magnet designation serves as proof of the focus on continual improvement to benefit patients.
“Since 1996, we’ve seen the population we serve grow by 70 percent while medical calls increased by 300 percent,” said John Koller, Cornbelt FPD chief.
With more than 2,300 applications for its second class, Carle Illinois College of Medicine builds legacy of physician-innovators.
"We use employees' feedback to continue to make positive changes to our communications, benefits and programs."
The Illinois State Police recently presented Courtney Bukantis with its Director’s Award of Distinction.
Nurse's perspective: I’m generally calm, and I treat patients how I would want my family members treated.
“Kathleen is a liaison for the patient. This helps us significantly in making sure we are consistent in our customer service.”
Veterans Employment and Education Commission award spotlights efforts to hire and retain veterans like John Land.
Recent CAPE scholarship winner trains others to use a technique that reduces discomfort and improves efficiency.
Carle Hoopeston Regional Health Center and outpatient east-region locations collect coveted national nursing designation.
Carle recruits international nurses as one of several ways to help manage the nursing shortage in the United States.
“This is the level of expertise we want our students to be exposed to ... . They have the opportunity to learn from the best."
Our mission is to serve people through high-quality care, medical research and education. Based in Urbana, Ill., The Carle Foundation is a vertically integrated health system with more than 7,000 employees.
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