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New High-Risk Breast Clinic identifies preventative actions to save lives

Ask your primary care, obstetrician or gynecologist if your family history of breast cancer qualifies you for high-risk assessment and services.

Landmark study to help Vermilion County women with breast cancer

Carle offering National Cancer Institute’s (NCI) Tomosynthesis Mammographic Imaging Screening Trial, or TMIST, that analyzes two types of digital mammography (2 dimensional or 3D) for breast cancer screenings and collects blood and saliva to guide future research.

Forging a path; finding a home

An administrative fellowship provides valuable opportunities for individuals as they transition from the classroom to a career. Fellows take the information they’ve learned in the classroom and apply them in a frontline workplace setting.

Non-surgical cosmetic treatments gives patient a new reason to smile

Simple treatment options available for confident, refreshed look.

Strong existing partnerships and quick action help launch saliva-based testing study

Carle and University researchers and clinicians collaborate to find creative solutions to community and nationwide COVID-19 testing concerns.

‘Pack everything,’ including the car seat says new mom

Veteran and first-time moms offer advice to others about delivering a baby during a pandemic. Learn what to expect and what to pack from those who have been there.

Carle tops East Central Illinois’ list of best hospitals

U.S. News & World Report names Carle as among the nation’s leaders for care

New lab purchase helps Richland patients lose “wait.”

For Carle Richland Employees, generosity runs in their blood. Donations support new laboratory equipment to help patients.

Fall at home leads to positive swing bed stay

Olney woman recommends swing bed services for those who need a little extra recover time and notes, “the food is excellent, too.”

Renovations improve safety, access for patients, visitors

Work continues to enhance patient and visitor access at the Carle Foundation Hospital Emergency Department.

A mother follows her intuition

Kaitlyn Sanders’ youngest son had a lingering cough, and he wasn’t acting like himself, so she and her fiancé took him to Carle’s Emergency Department.

Arm supports stabilize patients’ arms for blood draws

A team of Carle employees came together to help fabricate a device for car doors to assist patients and prevent scratches during blood drive-through at Urbana on Windsor.

Mom welcomes precious moments with baby thanks to trusted nursery services

Carle Richland, the only Level II nursery in Olney, provides care for the area’s newest citizens.

A life-saving call with star-worthy results

A nurse recognized the stroke signs and pressed a patient to seek care right away. Her persistence saved a Mattoon woman’s sight and life.

Old treatment applied to new virus bringing hope to sickest COVID-19 patients.

Experimental treatment study to boost patient’s ability to fight the virus that causes COVID-19 more effectively approved at Carle.

It takes a village – each of us doing our part

Flexibility and innovation key indicators to building Carle’s COVID testing capacity.

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