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  • JimBob, the story of Hib | by Alice Ackerman M.D.

    Treating a child with bacterial meningitis. Dr. Alice Ackerman, chair of Carilion Clinic Children's Hospital, recounts a case and the importance of #vaccinations. Read & weigh in on her blog now: http://ow.ly/K0PLV

  • According to the CDC, every 13 seconds a poison control center in the United States answers a call about a possible poisoning. And, more than 90 percent of these exposures occur in the home. Every Thursday in March, we will be sharing poison prevention tips from our community health educators. Today's #HealthTip: Install child safety locks on cabinets that contain potentially poisonous substances. This may include everyday items such as dishwasher liquid, bleach, art supplies, personal care items, alcohol, plants, and makeup.

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    Don't forget you can now check online if you doctor's office is closed due to winter weather. Click to check: http://ow.ly/JXSW1

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Barbara Hutchinson, Carilion Clinic sleep psychologist, provides easy steps for a better night's sleep. 

Carilion Clinic's patients' safety and health are our top priorities, and we are committed to providing the best possible outcomes to return our patients to healthier lives. Here's some basic information about how we prevent the spread of so-called super bugs.

Carilion Clinic intends to acquire a land parcel next to Carilion Roanoke Memorial Hospital (CRMH) on Jefferson St., as part of an agreement with the City of Roanoke to swap the Gill Memorial Building at 711 S. Jefferson St. The organization is working with the City of Roanoke to rezone the parcel, which will allow for future construction for hospital purposes.

With data breaches in the news recently, Carilion Clinic is reminding patients and the community about steps to take to reduce the risk of becoming a victim.