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Do it for me

We are launching a new campaign to bring renewed urgency to the realities of COVID-19. Let's all protect each other. Watch for more detail on Carle social media channels.

Toy bear donations help prep families for baby’s arrival home

Toy bears built with plastic tubes inserted in their tummies teach families how to manage a feeding tube upon a child’s return home and influence one older sibling’s interest in nursing.

The COVID symptom not mentioned on CDC’s list – fear

Carle providers offer remote monitoring to care for COVID-19 patients with moderate symptoms to help ease anxiety and help people recover safely at home.

Adjusted, thankful residents enjoy Windsor of Savoy

While the pandemic has changed daily routines in retirement communities, Windsor of Savoy residents express appreciation for the precautions and care they live each day.

COVID-19 testing sites on Thanksgiving Day

Several testing sites will be open with adjusted hours on Thanksgiving.

Living under the same roof as COVID-19

Most people diagnosed with COVID-19 will stay home for self-care and isolation while monitoring the illness. Here is guidance for the household and anyone living there while someone has COVID-19.

Reproductive services expand to build families

In vitro medicine is expanding to provide more convenience for those who have had to travel outside of the area to build a family.

The dos and don’ts of working from home

Working from home can take a toll on your body without the proper ergonomics. Carle Occupational Medicine offers some tips to make sure your workspace supports your physical health.

To grandmother’s house or no? Families grapple with COVID-19 holiday plans

In many areas of the country, COVID-19 rates are soaring and the lure of holiday gatherings coupled with more indoor activities may result in even more cases and illnesses. Take steps today to protect yourself and others.

Patient council member feedback advocate and advance care

Carle partners with community council to receive patient feedback and continuously improve.

Rural Safety Messages Raise Student Awareness

Delivery of safety messages to rural schools looks a bit different this year due to the pandemic, but raising awareness among rural youth remains central to outreach by the Carle Center for Rural Health and Farm Safety.

Low-dose screening gives smokers early insight into lung cancer

No-fuss low-dose screening tool for lung cancer is available to qualified smokers.

Having the Difficult Talk - Carle offers advance care planning

A convergence of pandemic concerns and the time of year when families gather, even virtually, for the holidays, is also a good time for Carle patients to think about talking with loved ones about medical care should they become ill and are unable to communicate their wishes.

Children have a new, local option for eye health

Carle Eye department is excited to welcome pediatric ophthalmology back to the community with the addition of Saba Alniemi, MD, Ophthalmology. Children will now have more access to better eye health right in their own back yard.

Encouragement, expertise give 'fresh start' to bariatric patient

Mattoon resident Colin Leggett knew he needed to make a change. With Carle’s Bariatric Surgery team right at his side, he made the first step toward a better future for himself and his family. Now down 175 pounds, Colin believes that the team at Carle Bariatric Surgery can help others too.

Innovative New Equipment Improves Patient Access, Image Quality

New Positron Emissions Tomography or PET-CT machine at Carle Cancer Institute paves the way for increased access, faster scanning and diagnosis for patients.

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