News From Terre Haute, Indiana


July 6, 2014

ON THE MOVE: July 6, 2014

Tyler Browning of Mount Carmel has been named the new director of academic advising and recruitment at Lincoln Trail College in Robinson, Ill.

Browning has a bachelor’s degree in recreation and sport management from Indiana State University and is currently pursuing a master’s degree in sport management at ISU.

As the recruiter/adviser, Browning will be responsible for advising students on admissions requirements and course selection; assisting with student entrance and proficiency testing, registration and orientation; working with area high school counselors, principals and students: and visiting high schools, conducting college tours and publicizing college programs and services.

To contact Browning, call 618-544-8657, ext. 1126. For more information on LTC, visit

Chrisman Family Medical Center will introduce its new family Nurse Practitioner Danielle Ireland with an open house from 4 to 6:30 p.m. on July 15 at the center in Chrisman, Ill.

The open house will also include tours of the Chrisman FMC, refreshments, trivia and prizes.

Danielle Ireland, formerly Danielle Block, grew up in Allerton and graduated from Heritage High School. She received a bachelor’s degree in animal science from the University of Illinois in 2006. She then earned a bachelor’s degree in nursing from Lakeview College of Nursing in Danville, Ill.

She completed her master’s of science in nursing through Frontier Nursing University in Kentucky to become a family nurse practitioner this spring. Her FNP training included an emphasis in rural health. She has since tested and become a certified family nurse practitioner. Ireland has worked as a registered nurse in Urbana since 2008.

The Chrisman FMC is at 112 W. Madison Ave., on the square in Chrisman. To contact the clinic, call 217-269-2394.

Rahat Sheikh, MD, will be returning to Paris Family Medical Center effective Tuesday. Dr. Sheikh was an employee of PCH/FMC previously, from 1998-2012.  

Sheikh is board certified in family medicine and sees patients of all ages. He is a member of the Edgar County Board of Health and has been the medical director of the health department since 1999.

His medical and research interests include treatment of hypertension and management of diabetes, as well as behavioral disorders in children.

Sheikh will see patients in Paris Family Medical Center from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Thursday, and from 8 a.m. to noon Fridays. To make an appointment, call 217-463-1946. For questions regarding insurance coverage, call 217-465-8411.

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