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SIU in the News

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8.6.19. Springfield Moms. SIU Center for Family Medicine is rooted in our community.

8.15.19. WICS. Dr. Kari Wolf, Neuroscience Institute. SIU, Memorial host free opioid crisis seminar.

8.17.19. The Southern. Dean and Provost Dr. Jerry Kruse; Don Diemer, DHSc, Physician Assistant Program; Destiny Petrowich, Class of 2020, Physician Assistant Program; and Dr. Sohaib Sajjad, chief resident, Dr. Quincy Scott, both of Carbondale Family Medicine.


8.18.19. Herald-Whig. Kelly Pierceall, Donetta Jansen and Barb Sallee, all Quincy Family Medicine. June-August employees of the month named.

8.19.19. The State Journal-Register. Judy Harbison, Continuing Professional Development; Julie Robbs, Alumni Affairs. Friendly faces greet students on first day of school.

8.19.19. WGEM. Dr. Ayaaz Habibullah, resident, Quincy Family Medicine. Allergy season ramping back up.

8.21.19. WCIA. Don Caspary, PhD, Pharmacology. Under new law, insurance companies to cover cost of hearing aids.

8.21.19. The State Journal-Register. Dr. Gregory Brandt, Pediatrics. Springfield boy meets bone-marrow donor from Germany who saved his life.


8.21.19. The State Journal-Register. Dr. Kari Wolf, Neuroscience Institute. Zoning board votes to support Center for Health and Housing to benefit homeless.

8.21.19. WCIA. Matthew Mannion, Class of 2022. Pipeline programs developing next generation of health care providers.




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