The Carle Illinois College of Medicine (CI MED) is a partnership between the Carle health system and the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. We educate exceptional physician-innovators to deliver high-value, compassionate health care through transformative solutions developed at the intersection of engineering, science and medicine.
As innovators in medical education, we’re excited to offer The Carle Illinois Clinic, located at Carle Champaign on Curtis. Guided by experienced Carle physicians while caring for patients, this unique clinic provides hands-on opportunity to our medical students. Patients receive expert, personalized care while training and inspiring the next generation of physicians.
Carle Champaign on Curtis
1701 West Curtis Road
Champaign, IL 61822
Monday - Thursday
6 - 7:30 p.m.
Your visit to Carle Illinois Clinic will be handled like a normal physician office visit. Carle encourages all patients who have questions about coverage to contact their respective insurance companies to verify coverage before their scheduled visits and/or procedures. Carle Patient Financial Services is also available Monday through Friday from 8a.m. to 5 p.m. at (888) 71-CARLE, (888) 712-2753.
At the clinic, all positions are filled by Carle Illinois College of Medicine students. After reviewing your health history and taking your vitals, a student will perform an evaluation. After visiting with you, the student will explain this detail to a licensed attending physician who will then also examine you. Throughout the clinical part of the visit, you may hear the student and physician discussing your health.
The student providers at Carle Illinois Clinic will treat all primary care needs. So if you are in need of a newborn screening, annual wellness exam, or simply need relief from cold and flu symptoms, this clinic can help you.
Please contact our clinical coordinators with any further questions about becoming a patient at the Carle Illinois Clinic by calling (217) 365-3850.
It may be helpful for you to bring a list or bottles of any prescription medications you are taking.
Visits typically last one hour, depending on the nature of the patient’s needs.