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COVID-19 Community Update

March 14, 2020

We are committed to making sure that you are receiving timely information as our community deals with the COVID-19 outbreak.

SIU School of Medicine, University of Illinois Springfield to launch simulation training site in Southern Illinois

February 28, 2020

In partnership with the Illinois Department of Children and Family Services, the Child Protection Training Academy in Southern Illinois will help child protection investigators and law enforcement personnel by providing effective, evidence-based training

Corrections, SIU Medicine partnering to improve health care delivery in state facilities

February 18, 2020

Southern Illinois University School of Medicine and the Illinois Department of Corrections (IDOC) are partnering to provide health care for individuals at state correctional facilities.

SIU Commercial on Super Sunday

January 23, 2020

Be sure to tune in to the big game on Sunday, February 2 from 5:15-9:00 p.m. to catch the 30 second SIU Medicine commercial. The commercial is also showing in AMC theaters this winter.

Winter 2020 Aspects - 50 Years of Learning & Leading

January 16, 2020

The Winter edition of Aspects was distributed in December 2019. In this issue, readers can explore:

SIU Medicine recognized with 'Exemplary Practice' award

December 11, 2019

SIU Medicine has been named an Exemplary Practice by Great Lakes Practice Transformation Network and was awarded the network's Exemplary Practice certificate Dec. 11. The certificate recognizes SIU Medicine's "exceptional progress in practice transformation." 

SIU School of Medicine Hosts Leadership Springfield

December 5, 2019

On Nov. 21, SIU School of Medicine hosted the 2019 Leadership Springfield class for a morning of education and leadership in health care.

Area High School Students Get Preview of Medical School Training

November 13, 2019

Nov. 5, 2019 — SPRINGFIELD, IL - The Association of American Medical Colleges expects a potential shortage of 40,000–100,000 physicians by the year 2030. A proactive preparatory program in Springfield aims to combat that trend by boosting interest in medicine for high school students.

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