Ronald Eaker of Champaign used to worry about a potential stroke burdening those around him. The Watchman device, implanted in his heart, reduced that risk and gave him a confidence boost.
Carle’s Stephens Family Clinical Research Institute connects with Cancer Center at Illinois to establish new possibilities for cancer patients.
“My marching orders are to provide best-practice care to do what’s best for the patient,” Health Alliance Chief Medical Officer said.
Julian Wade needed a complicated brain surgery to stop an aggressive tumor. Carle Neuroscience Institute was there.
First-time mom privileged to have medical student assist and learn about the labor and delivery process.
“With the advances in emergency medicine and interventions, more people are living after traumatic, severe medical events."
Urbana's Robin Clarke continues to recover from a subarachnoid hemorrhage from a ruptured aneurysm, a type of bleeding stroke.
Part of preparing medical students with hands-on patient care experiences early on in their education, Carle Illinois College of Medicine launches new clinic.
“I came out it with zero deficits (negative effects). I have a little bit of numbness in my right leg, but I don’t walk with a limp.”
Carle Ear, Nose & Throat (ENT), Audiology and Hearing Services move to Carle Outpatient Services at The Fields by surgery center.
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