Internal Medicine


The Department of Internal Medicine at SIU Medicine is dedicated to providing quality patient care to central and southern Illinois. Doctors who specialize in Internal Medicine are known as internists. Our internists have a thorough understanding of various diseases affecting parts of the body, including the heart, skin, hormonal system, blood, kidneys, lungs and joints. Internists play a central role in organizing a patient’s clinical care across a spectrum of specialties and provide services in both hospitals and outpatient settings. SIU Medicine’s position as a leader in academic medicine also allows our medical students, residents and fellows to stay up-to-date on the latest in disease diagnosis and management.

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Internal Medicine Divisions

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Eubanks named 2023 Mentor of the Year

SIU's Class of 2026 has selected Harrisburg primary care physician Blaine Eubanks, MD, as the 2023 Mentor of the Year.
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New study shows toll of firearm injury on U.S. children

Since 2020, firearm injuries have become the No. 1 cause of death in American children, according to the CDC. SIU Medicine's Dr. Ruchika Goel and colleagues at Johns Hopkins University studied national data to learn more about the children and adolescents affected, as well as the burden on hospitals and health care providers.
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Area residents can get skin cancer screenings on May 25 at SCI

Central Illinois residents are invited to a free skin cancer screening from 5 - 7 p.m., Thursday, May 25, at Simmons Cancer Institute at SIU Medicine, 325 W. Carpenter St., Springfield. Dermatologists will be on-site to perform free consultations to screen for the most common types of skin cancer.