4/15/18

Tanner’s tale: Epilepsy, autism and a team that won’t quit

Carle Foundation Hospital achieved Level 3 Epilepsy Center accreditation from the National Association of Epilepsy Centers.

3/24/18

Doctor becomes the patient in life-saving kidney transplant

Memorable patient donates his kidney to Dr. Christian Wagner because the doctor treats about 45 members of his family.

3/19/18

Armed with protein bars and exercise, pair tackles diabetes daily

Diabetes seminar provides essential tools and tips to manage both forms of the condition that affects so many people today.

3/09/18

Nora’s career plans take flight after her brother’s birth

An emergency helicopter ride inspires new big sister, Nora, to become a NICU flight nurse one day. Meet hero flight nurse Nikki.

2/07/18

Head and neck cancers on the rise for area men

Head and neck cancer treatments are changing as area sees a rise in rare cancers due to the HPV virus that can go undetected.

2/05/18

Decades of smoking come to dead stop after heart attack

“Had she delayed getting help, things could have been a whole lot different,” interventional cardiologist said.

12/22/17

All-smiles Josephine is parents’, care teams’ greatest gift

Charleston parents overjoyed about their newborn daughter’s life-changing surgery performed for the first time at Carle.

11/30/17

Breathing easier because of lung cancer screening tool

Lifesaving screening program expands to Vermilion County to help those at high risk for developing lung cancer.
 

11/24/17

Years not yards important to this former football fanatic

Teen’s knee reconstruction kept him active in sports, life. Today, this father’s knee feels as strong as back then.

11/22/17

From ICU to U of I – student rebounds with palliative care support

Carle Palliative Care moves to larger space to accommodate even more patients in need of medical, emotional and spiritual help.