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Rolling up our sleeves to roll out the vaccine

Carle takes vaccine clinics on the road to reach more people in partnership with Champaign-Urbana Public Health District.

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.

Act now if you need health insurance

A new Special Enrollment Period extends through May 15 for those who now need health insurance.

CDC says tight fitting, two layer masks offer the best protection

‘Double masking' or 'knotting/tucking' a mask behind your ears offers you more protection against getting or spreading the virus that causes COVID-19.

Champaign County COVID-19 vaccinations expand

Residents age 40-64 with underlying health conditions and disabilities are eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine under 1B.

Carle Health announcing updated visitor policies

Carle is announcing it’s easing some limitations for visitors and support persons beginning Thursday, January 28 at all Carle Health locations. The entire Carle system is seeing a decrease in COVID-19 hospitalizations.

Carle Foundation Hospital cafeteria to close for construction

Around the clock food options remain available for staff, patients and visitors during construction, as the yearlong transformation will expand future cafeteria offerings in the lower level at Carle Foundation Hospital (CFH) in Urbana.

Delivering the vaccine – and hope – to Carle workers

First Carle Health employees receive COVID-19 vaccine this week.

Communicating COVID-19: how Carle interpreters help heal

When diagnosing and treating COVID-19, every detail counts. Carle’s team of interpreters are making sure that language isn’t a barrier for those seeking care.

Outdoors fanatic adapts to living with an ostomy

Joseph E. Thompson turned to a support group at Carle to help with his ostomy pouch and meet people dealing with the same issues.

Recovered from COVID-19? You have the power to help.

Donate plasma to help those still fighting the infection. Convalescent plasma provides another treatment option for COVID-19 patients.

Carle Community Flu Clinics Kick Off Sept. 26

Area’s largest flu clinic will protect thousands at new locations

Donations help Carle Richland Memorial Hospital fight COVID-19

Thanks to the generosity of donors, additional safeguards are in place to keep patients and the community healthier during this pandemic.

Carle Illinois student authors children’s book

Anant Naik honors essential workers—from healthcare workers, to truck drivers, to postal workers—serving others despite the great risk to themselves.

Jasper County High School student makes face shields for healthcare workers

This 17-year-old is making a difference during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Healthcare at home: Carle Rantoul starts doing house calls

Concerned about Carle’s elderly population in Rantoul, Frances Kramer, MD, worked with her team and the Carle Experience to provide care to patients in the comfort of their own homes.

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