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Camp returns to heal young hearts

Carle Hospice offers an oasis for children coping with the death of a loved one through Camp Healing Heart.

Returnship program returns to Carle Health to help job seekers

Professionals looking to return to work after a gap may want to apply for a Returnship through Carle. Participants do meaningful work and receive training to assist with their return to the workforce.

Emergency Department sensory space adds to system transformations for those with autism

With giving by employees and community members, Carle Center for Philanthropy adds to a series of sensory space transformations to meet needs of children and adults with autism. Social: Meeting those with autism where they are. Sensory space transformations possible through employees, community members and Carle Center for Philanthropy.

What’s that on the bottom of your shoe?

Hard to heal wounds meet their match at Carle Wound Centers, offering advanced approaches to healing with high success rates.

Carle Eureka Hospital offers expanded care options closer to home

News Release: Carle Eureka Hospital offers expanded care options closer to home

Team from Central Illinois Neuro Health Sciences feels at home within Carle system

With the added skills and expertise of this talented group of surgeons there is very little that the neurosurgical team from the Carle Neuroscience Institute can’t handle.

Carle Health partners with Gift of Hope to honor organ donors

Healthcare staff at Carle BroMenn Medical Center and Carle Foundation Hospital are grateful for having a role in honoring decisions made by patients to be organ and tissue donors. As we celebrate National Donate Life Month, both Carle campuses held flag raisings and memorial services to commemorate donors and the families that supported their wishes, together with representatives from Gift of Hope Organ & Tissue Donor Network.

Carle Medical Supply a handy tool for one patient’s health needs

Jody Eversole can’t say enough about the respiratory therapists at Carle Medical Supply. Thanks to their in-person consultation and expert CPAP equipment fitting, Jody is breathing easier after a battle with COVID-19.

No foolin’: April Fools’ Day may positively impact your health

The best April Fools’ Day pranks come from harmless, healthy sources of humor that get everyone laughing. But if the risk of being pranked makes you want to stay in bed, you may want to reconsider. It just so happens laughter is good medicine.

Make March the month to learn about colorectal cancer

If you are 45 years old or older March is also a good time to learn more about colorectal cancer and your risks of developing this common disease.

UIUC student encourages others to listen to your body, take action on diabetes

Will Hodge, a freshman at UIUC, listened to his body and sought treatment before being diagnosed with Type 1 Diabetes. Read his story and learn how Diabetes Alert Day is encouraging others to understand the risks and seriousness of diabetes.

Awareness is key to addressing concerns about diseases like cancer

If you’re not using your well-practiced problem-solving abilities when it comes to your health you could be missing an opportunity.

Carle prepares for weather advisory

Some Carle locations may reduce hours or experience closures due to weather event. Patients asked to call ahead.

When life gets complicated get down to the basics

The pandemic has been difficult. Loss of routines, social isolation, uncertainty about the future… these topics are being discussed all over social media, broadcast on radio and television and written about in news publications. Add to that the seasonal challenges that often come with winter and you have a recipe for increased behavioral health problems among people in the community.

Doctors urge caution against cold weather health hazards

Winter in the Midwest means decreasing temperatures. When temperatures go below freezing, one Carle physician says there are health risks you should be attentive to.

Pfizer booster shot now available for kids ages 12 to 15

Carle supports CDC recommendation to offer added protection to adolescent age groups against the COVID-19 virus.

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