Carle Illinois College of Medicine receives preliminary accreditation

The Carle Illinois College of Medicine received preliminary accreditation and is recruiting students for its first class.


Oktoberfest fan says vascular screenings produce peace of mind

Test confirms some blockage but assured Ralph Jerutka the vascular systems in his legs and abdomen are fine.


Region's needs lead to enhanced Christie Clinic, Carle partnership

Patients will find high-quality care and convenience with new Carle and Christie Clinic providers’ offices and outpatient surgery center.


Cautious farmer gives thumbs up to 15-second safety checks

From future farmers to the agricultural experts, safety stands at the forefront during harvest and at all times.


Mahomet, St. Joseph athletes share love of sports, training

Basketball. Volleyball. Track – oh my! Any sport you play, proper training and injury prevention help you meet your goals.


Eyes to the skies: Think safe practices beyond the eclipse

Eye surgeon Dr. Abu-Bakar Zafar says, “Please watch children closely so they don’t test how dangerous it is to look at the eclipse.”


Trucker sends sincere ‘thanks, y’all’ after surprise stop

Back to work and feeling fine, Arkansas resident Brent Baker insists he knows good customer service when he sees it.


One day at a time, healthy nutrition is easier than you think

Dietitian says you can have your Snickers and eat it, too. Just make sure it’s bite-sized when focusing on proper nutrition and building healthy habits.


Smallest patients thrive with a big change

Small Baby Unit offers benefits available at few NICUs in the U.S. Carle’s first official small baby with a big name, William, is thriving.


Chaplain's fellowship experience will help patients even more

Kristin Godlin earns fellowship to research the effects of spiritual care on improving health outcomes to help families.