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Carle receives $544,000 USDA grant to advance rural healthcare

The Unites States Department of Agriculture awarded Carle the half million-dollar telemedicine equipment grant to connect patients at Carle Richland Memorial Hospital to providers across the Carle system.

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.

Carle offers tips and tricks for a safe, fang-tastic Halloween

Health officials at Carle are offering helpful tips to keep trick-or-treaters safe as Halloween makes a more normal return in 2021.

New fellowship boasts experience, confidence for Carle providers

Carle has launched the Acute Care APP Fellowship, which gives two new acute care nurse practitioners (APRNs) or physician assistants (PA-Cs) an opportunity to expand upon their education with a year of advanced training to prepare them for long-term success.

Find your rhythm with early detection of atrial fibrillation

Our hearts are controlled by a series of electrical signals felt by our pulse. When this signal is jumbled or irregular, we can have atrial fibrillation, a common type of abnormal heart rhythm known as arrhythmia

Families come together to honor babies no longer with us, support one another

The Shining Light Memorial for Pregnancy and Infant Loss annual event is bringing families together virtually and in person on Oct. 15 to provide support to families and honor pregnancy and infant loss.

Nurse's helping hands extend to Haiti

A Carle nurse recently used her skills to help Haitian residents following the most recent earthquake.

‘Sewing’ the seeds of nursing excellence

Within three short years, Lisa Malinowski lost both her mother and husband. But together with her daughter, she started a new small business and established a nursing scholarship at Carle.

Carle to offer Pfizer booster to recommended community members at scheduled vaccine clinics

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommends a booster dose for individuals who qualify six months after completing the two-dose Pfizer vaccine series. The CDC recommends the booster for those 65 and above and 50 and above with underlying medical conditions.

Rural Health and Farm Safety marks 30th year focused on safety

Community Health Initiatives outreach evolves to meet safety and health needs of farms, rural communities.

NICU focuses on importance of reading to babies through read-a-thon

The importance of reading to babies is highlighted in the NICU at Carle Foundation Hospital through a friendly reading competition.

Carle launches community flu clinics Sept. 21.

As we continue to fight the COVID-19 pandemic, vaccination against the flu is another important step in keeping our communities safe and healthy.

Administrative fellowship a launch pad to propel careers in healthcare

Year after year, numerous post graduates apply to the Carle Health Administrative Fellowship which offers a broad range of experiences, meaningful projects and the mentorship of executive leaders, or preceptors.

Carle Foundation Hospital and Carle BroMenn recognized as leaders in stroke care

The American Heart Association Award recognizes Carle Foundation Hospital and Carle BroMenn Medical Center for excellence in stroke care.

Six things you should do after calling an ambulance for someone

When medical attention is needed quickly, you call an ambulance. But what you do between the call and an ambulance’s arrival can make a significant difference for the patient.

Carle Health raises minimum wage to increase team member support, ensure strong healthcare workforce

To ensure team members have resources they need, Carle Health will increase the minimum wage to $15 per hour.

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