University Of Iowa Hospitals And Clinics

University Of Iowa Hospitals And Clinics

University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics (UIHC) is a 732-bed public teaching hospital and level 1 trauma center affiliated with the University of Iowa. UI Hospitals and Clinics is part of University of Iowa Health Care, a partnership that includes the University of Iowa Roy J. and Lucille A. Wikipedia

University Of Iowa Hospitals And Clinics

University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics (UIHC) is a 732-bed public teaching hospital and level 1 trauma center affiliated with the University of Iowa. UI Hospitals and Clinics is part of University of Iowa Health Care, a partnership that includes the University of Iowa Roy J. and Lucille A. Wikipedia

Aug 1, 4:45 PM

Three CAMBUS buses with special UI Health Care wraps are now on the road. The third one hit the streets this week. When you see one, don't forget to take a photo and tag us! #SpotTheBus Find out who's pictured on the buses: http://bit.ly/2w2w3EA

Jul 31, 0:55 AM

We're now offering OBGYN services at UI Health Care's new location in Iowa City! Located at 1360 North Dodge Street, near the North Dodge Hy-Vee, this location offers easy access to Interstate 80. Learn more: uihc.org/north-dodge

Jul 29, 1:05 AM

During my wifes 104 days at the university, Morgan often changed her schedule to be my wifes nurse. She became family, our eyes and ears, and gave us comfort. She always seemed to know what my wife, kids, or I needed before we did. While my wife was sedated, she still talked to her as if she was awake, explaining everything she was doing. Morgan was the nurse taking over when my wife went into septic shock and explained everything to me over the phone what was going on. Weeks later she was with my wife and daughter when my wife coded, taking charge of the situation, never getting excited to not worry my daughter. Morgan is an amazing nurse and a wonderful person. My wife is still with us today because of her. Congratulations Morgan Brady, BSN, RN, winner of the June DAISY award!

Jul 26, 8:33 PM

Good Morning America stopped by Tuesday to interview Terry Wahls, MD, who has been studying how diet affects fatigue in people with multiple sclerosis for more than a decade. The segment is tentatively scheduled to air Monday morning. Learn more about Dr. Wahls' latest study: http://bit.ly/2v97bxP