Carle Foundation Hospital

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Carle Foundation Hospital
Geography
Location Urbana, Illinois, United States
Services
Beds 393
History
Founded 1931 (1931)
Links
Website www.carle.org
Lists Hospitals in Illinois

Carle Foundation Hospital, is a 393-bed regional care hospital in Urbana, Illinois, USA, that has achieved Magnet designation. It is owned by the not-for-profit Carle Foundation, which also consists of Carle Physician Group and Health Alliance Medical Plans. It is the area's only level 1 trauma center.

History[edit]

The hospital was established in 1931 by two physicians from the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota, J.C. Thomas Rogers and Hugh L. Davison.[1]

The 393-bed regional care hospital has achieved Magnet designation, the USA's highest honor for nursing care. It offers a more advanced level of clinical expertise and technology than any other area hospital, housing the area's only level I trauma center as well as level III perinatal services. The hospital admitted more than 20,500 patients and treated more than 63,300 patients in the emergency room during 2009.

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ "About Us". The Carle Foundation. 2013. Retrieved 7 September 2013. 

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Coordinates: 40°07′01″N 88°12′54″W / 40.11694°N 88.21500°W / 40.11694; -88.21500