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SIU Medicine in the news

July 11, 2019

7.10.19. Taylorville Daily News. Dr. Janet Albers, Family Medicine. SIU Center for Family Medicine will open free-standing location in Taylorville.

Medical Students Training with Local Physicians

July 9, 2019

Family physicians in six Illinois communities are hosting students from Southern Illinois University School of Medicine July 8–August 2. The students are participating in the school’s Family Medicine Preceptorship Program.  

Cancer survivors: You're invited to become a 2019 Face of Hope

July 9, 2019

Each October, Simmons Cancer Institute (SCI) at SIU, features a presentation called “Faces of Hope" at the Annual Denim & Diamonds Gala, the institute's primary fundraising event. Photos of approximately 30 cancer survivors flash across the screen to music to raise funds for

10 fireworks safety tips from an emergency medicine physician

July 3, 2019

Warm weather, barbeques and celebrating our independence is all a part of summer. One of the best parts of the 4th of July is watching the sky light up with a beautiful array of colors, sparkles and shapes.

The 411 about back-to-school physicals

July 1, 2019

District 186 parents, remember to schedule your kids' back-to-school physicals!

SIU School of Medicine elects new alumni board members

June 28, 2019

Two new board members have been named to the Alumni Society Board of Governors at Southern Illinois University School of Medicine.

Dr. Susan Hingle's 4 takeaways for new doctors

June 26, 2019

Written by Susan Hingle, MD, FRCP Associate Dean, Center for Human and Organizational Potential

ENT surgeon named fellow of Triological Society

June 18, 2019

The American Laryngological, Rhinological and Otological Society, Inc., better known as the Triological Society, has named SIU Medicine surgeon Sandra Ettema, MD, PhD, CCC/SLP, a fellow of its 124-year-old organization.

June Employee of the Month | Melissa Nicol, RD

June 14, 2019

The June 2019 Employee of the Month is Melissa Nicol, registered detitian in the Department of Clinical Affairs (Maternal Fetal Medicine). Her nominator said

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