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High risk breast cancer clinics encircle patients with support after diagnosis

Patient, surgeon dedicated solely to breast cancer care in Normal spell out the importance of getting regular mammograms, asking providers about stratification evaluations.

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.

Honoring women leading all 5 Carle hospitals during Women's History Month

All five hospitals in the Carle system are led by women, this Women’s History Month we look at the contribution these exceptional leaders offer to the organization.

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.

Carle prepares for weather advisory

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

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.

High quality care is tightly woven throughout all Carle Health system hospitals

Carle Eureka Hospital and Carle Hoopeston Regional Health Center are being recognized by the Illinois Critical Access Hospital Network (ICAHN) for excellence in the quality of care they deliver.

Keep your vision strong; learn more how diabetes can affect eye health

Some may be unaware that diabetes can directly affect your eye health as well. Carle experts encourage patients to be attentive to their eye health needs while managing their diabetes.

Carle to offer Moderna and Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 booster vaccines to community

Carle Health will begin offering the Johnson & Johnson and Moderna COVID-19 vaccine booster doses to qualifying individuals beginning Saturday, Oct. 30.

“Don’t doctor and drive”, health officials warn

Virtual visits are changing the way patients are receiving care. But doctors warn that driving while seeing your doctor virtually is dangerous and a major health risk.

Answering your questions about school and sport physicals

Neena Tripathy, MD, Pediatrics answers some of the most frequently asked questions about school and sport physicals and how easy it is to schedule them at Carle

Delta variant “major risk” to unvaccinated individuals—here’s what to know

Robert Healy, MD, chief quality officer discusses the Delta variant and shares information you should know about the new strain of COVID-19

Reflecting on COVID one year later

This time last year, while many were preparing to travel for Spring Break or celebrate St. Patrick’s Day, Carle teams were hard at work preparing for a pandemic response.

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.

Landmark study to help Vermilion County women with breast cancer

Carle offering National Cancer Institute’s (NCI) Tomosynthesis Mammographic Imaging Screening Trial, or TMIST, that analyzes two types of digital mammography (2 dimensional or 3D) for breast cancer screenings and collects blood and saliva to guide future research.

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