Fingerprints, photos give parents peace of mind

Local experts focus on reducing injuries and even death by teaching families practical ways to stay safe.


Playing It Safe strives to keep families safe

Safety professionals join together for 20th annual free community event. 


State Supreme Court to hear property tax case

“We are pleased the Illinois Supreme Court will hear this important case, which not only impacts our patients in the region but also those served by all not-for-profit hospitals in the state,” said Carle CEO James C. Leonard, MD.


Life-changing inspiration endures 8,000 miles away

Dr. Jeffrey Hallett’s motivation to help led him on three medical mission trips to rural Kenya. His perspective and his practice have changed because of it.


‘Most profitable’ hospitals list omits key data

Carle’s emphasis on excellence includes being financially stable for the long-term. Patients—not shareholders—benefit when hospitals are strong.


Medical mom uses different skills at marathon

“I wanted to help, but I didn’t want to pass out T-shirts. I wanted to use my nursing knowledge,” said Maggie Menacher, a nurse Heart & Vascular Institute manager.


Property tax case appealed

Carle and Presence appeared before the Champaign County Board of Review on Tuesday to appeal actions to place both hospitals on the property tax rolls for 2015.


Property tax ruling appealed to state supreme court

Carle believes it is entitled to its property tax exemptions granted decades ago so people in need can get care regardless of their ability to pay—something that is critical to our mission as a not-for-profit healthcare provider. Therefore, Carle will file an appeal of the Fourth District Appellate Court opinion with the Illinois Supreme Court prior to the Feb. 9, 2016, deadline. 


Class helps nurses put skills and compassion to use at church

Imagine having nearly 500 people ready and willing to help when you need it. That’s what Jeanny Douglas, BSN, RN, likes most about her first year as a parish nurse.