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Zen Room allows Carle Eureka staff to care for themselves, improve patient outcomes

As healthcare professionals encourage patients to pay more attention to their mental health, nurses and their colleagues are becoming more mindful of their own needs. A Zen Room recently opened at Carle Eureka Hospital, joining a trend of Carle Health hospitals with a dedicated space for team members to take a break and decompress, so they can continue to be there for their patients.

STEMI patient receives lifesaving procedure at Carle Health Methodist Hospital

A Peoria man recounts his lifesaving experience with the cardiology team at Carle Health Methodist Hospital.

Just when everything was going wrong, everything went right: A survivor story

“Feeling the running screw conveyer beating at the bottom of my shoe, knowing it could grab me at any moment, was more terrifying than anything else.”

Carle BroMenn physicians, providers find connection with Carle Illinois College of Medicine students

Carle BroMenn Medical Center makes improvements to support the Carle Illinois College of Medicine clerkship students in Bloomington-Normal.

New grant helping to keep farm life safer for all

Carle Rural Health & Farm Safety service receives grant to offer a free online safety and health webinar series.

Will’s Garden receives 2023 Green Roof Award of Excellence

Will’s Garden, the rooftop garden at Carle Foundation Hospital, has received the 2023 Green Roof Award of Excellence in Extensive Commercial Projects.

Friendships important for belonging, wellness and a healthy life

Building a community of friends proves to be an important aspect of living a healthy life and maintaining a strong well-being.

Early Warnings: Harnessing machine learning insights to improve endometrial cancer diagnosis

Carle Cancer Institute Urbana physician teams with Carle Illinois College of Medicine student to leverage technology that alerts doctors of patients with increased risk of endometrial cancer.

Life at Windsor of Savoy provides activities and events, building community and belonging

Windsor of Savoy residents help create a rich community with events and activities during a time when many seniors face isolation.

Ways everyone can lower their cancer risk

Lifestyle changes you can make now to lower your risk of developing many types of cancers.

Understanding changes in behavior; the first step in caring for patients with ADHD and OCD

Behaviors and habits can change a lot throughout life – from the time a person is a child to when they are an adult. But understanding when these changes impact the ability to function day-to-day is an important first step to identifying specific behavioral conditions and when care might be needed.

Dry, winter skin? Help is available

Hand hygiene is vital during flu, COVID and RSV season. While that increases the risk of dry skin, there are steps that people can take to reduce their risk of infection while addressing dry skin.

How thyroids can impact weight management

For many people, the health of their thyroid gland plays a major role in properly maintaining a healthy weight. During Thyroid Awareness Month , learning more about the organ and getting support if needed is important.

A Simple Drive Provides Critical Support That Can Saves Lives

A volunteer with the American Cancer Society received a first-of-its-kind recognition for driving patients to and from Carle Cancer Institute Urbana.

Warmed by music: Evening pianist greets team members, visitors at BroMenn

Renny Alex, 18, just wanted a quiet place to play music for other people without calling attention to himself. Instead, his Tuesday evening piano playing in the atrium of Carle BroMenn Medical Center has warmed the hearts of team members and visitors.

Partnership fosters innovation aimed at children who had heart transplants

The multisite project studies whether magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) technology could replace invasive biopsies.

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