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Mahomet man finds second wind with Carle Pulmonary Rehab

John Ayers knew first-hand the effects an Alpha-1 antitrypsin deficiency can have one one’s health. After his own diagnosis, he utilized Carle’s pulmonary rehab to bounce back to the life he wanted.

Self-paced program allows clinicians to learn about AI

A joint effort delivers understanding of AI applications.

Future physicians, innovators celebrate start of career

The pandemic delayed the annual White Coat Ceremony, but delivered more meaning for students in the Class of 2024.

Cardiology fellowship to begin in July 2022

A new cardiovascular disease fellowship training program will bring advanced medical training, care to the region.

“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.

Efforts rewarded for keeping baby safe during sleep

Carle Foundation Hospital recognized for efforts to practice and teach safe sleep habits for babies.

Floating doctor lends experience to patient care

With more than three decades of experience, Paul Schaap, MD, works as a floating doctor to provide continued care to patients whose physician may not be available.

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

Carle BroMenn Among Nation’s Top Performing Hospitals for Treatment of Heart Attack Patients

— Carle BroMenn Medical Center has received the American College of Cardiology’s NCDR Chest Pain ̶ MI Registry Platinum Performance Achievement Award for 2021.

Keep your holiday healthy with healthy food choices

Help your heart this weekend by steering away from processed foods and leaning toward fruits and vegetables while celebrating the holiday.

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

World Class Expert Now Delivering Treatment Through Carle Cancer Institute Urbana

Olney native brings connection with University of Chicago Medical Center for treatment of blood cancer patients not responding to first-line treatments .

Central Illinois Neuro Health Sciences brings wealth of expertise to Carle system

Integration efforts expand access in neurosurgical care in McLean County.

Nursing assistants bring compassion, care to their work

Certified nursing assistants, healthcare techs work hand in hand with nurses to deliver positive patient experiences.

Carle Richland donates Newton Clinic location to local organization

Carle Richland Memorial Hospital continues to provide needed services to the community through the Newton Clinic location by donating the building to South Eastern Special Education for use as their central office.

Carle breaks ground on Carle at the Riverfront in Danville

Carle begins construction on the highly anticipated medical campus in Danville, which will bring more healthcare resources in one convenient location for patients.

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