Ronald Eaker of Champaign used to worry about a potential stroke burdening those around him. The Watchman device, implanted in his heart, reduced that risk and gave him a confidence boost.
Urbana's Robin Clarke continues to recover from a subarachnoid hemorrhage from a ruptured aneurysm, a type of bleeding stroke.
DNV GL Healthcare designates Carle Foundation Hospital as its only Comprehensive Stroke Center in downstate Illinois.
Within 48 hours of having a heart attack, Gary Scroggins walked out of the hospital thanks to Carle Arrow Ambulance in Savoy.
“I came out it with zero deficits (negative effects). I have a little bit of numbness in my right leg, but I don’t walk with a limp.”
Carle is the only Illinois hospital outside the Chicago and St. Louis areas to offer TransCarotid Artery Revascularization (TCAR).
Team Kyle Ash: "We worked together ... on various complex cognitive skills he would have done prior to the stroke."
Dr. Zachary Osborne: “Her carotid artery – the large artery from the heart to the brain – was 95 to 99 percent narrowed.”
More important than leading-edge tools is the Carle Neuroscience Institute collaborative approach to diagnosis and treatment.
Diabetes is often misunderstood. Two women share how technology and support improve how they’re living with the chronic condition.
Let’s review some basic terms and concepts from Carle experts that you’ll need to know to manage a heart condition.
Heart and stroke prevention benefit from Carle staff and Carle Illinois College of Medicine students partnering on research.
Our mission is to serve people through high-quality care, medical research and education. Based in Urbana, Ill., The Carle Foundation is a vertically integrated health system with more than 7,000 employees.
Carle Public Relations will strive to cooperate with the media to the fullest extent possible. If information is not readily available, we will work to find an answer and return the call as soon as possible.