SIU Medicine Covid-19 Testing Locations in December

December 1, 2020

SIU Medicine will continue COVID-19 testing for the Springfield community in December. All SIU Medicine COVID-19 testing sites are closed December 23 – January 3 for the holidays. Testing resumes on January 4, 2021.  

SIU System report highlights health care, education and justice-related issues impacting Illinois veterans

November 12, 2020

Carbondale, IL – The Southern Illinois University System President’s Office released recommendations from its first Veteran’s Summit held last fall in Mt. Vernon.

SIU Medicine Launches Clinical Trial to Study PTSD

November 5, 2020

Do you suffer from Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) or know someone who does?

Farm Family Resource Initiative offers new helpline

October 28, 2020

SPRINGFIELD – Area farmers who need someone to talk to about the everyday stresses of farming and pandemic-related challenges now have a new resource.

SIU Medicine COVID-19 Testing Locations in November

October 27, 2020

SIU Medicine will continue regular COVID-19 testing for the Springfield community in November.

Local health organizations leaders urge public to get flu shots

October 5, 2020

SPRINGFIELD – Most people follow public health advice to prevent the spread of COVID-19, but many continue to ignore the warnings. As flu season approaches, taking precautions to prevent illness is more important than ever.

COVID-19 Testing Sites for October

October 2, 2020

SIU Medicine will continue regular COVID-19 testing for the Springfield community in October. On Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays, the testing operation will continue to be hosted by Abundant Faith Christian Center located at 2525 Taylor Ave.

‘Mammogram Mondays’ to aid area women in October

September 29, 2020

Free breast cancer screenings offered to under- and uninsured

SIU Medicine Group to Study COVID’s Potential Effects on Alzheimer’s

September 10, 2020

Medical researchers at SIU School of Medicine’s Neuroscience Institute are studying how the novel coronavirus may accelerate the progression of Alzheimer’s disease. Their data could help identify patients that are more susceptible to the disease’s cognitive and physical decline.