Coronavirus (COVID-19) Resources

The health and safety of patients and staff is our highest priority. Here is what UI Health Care is doing to support Iowans during the Coronavirus pandemic.

Worried you have COVID-19?

The first step is to talk to a provider from the comfort and safety of your own home using your smartphone or computer.

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If you have flu symptoms or health concerns related to the 2019 Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19), you can schedule a Telehealth video visit with one of our providers.

Coronavirus symptoms may include:

  • Fever in the last 24 hours
  • New or worsening cough
  • New or worsening sore throat
  • New or worsening shortness of breath

We are ready to care for you during the COVID-19 pandemic in Iowa

In these times of facing the pandemic of COVID-19, there is a message that the state’s health care workers and I wish to share: We stand with you. We’re making sure we have every tool in our toolkit to fight this thing together. - CEO Suresh Gunasekaran

UI Health Care resources for patients, families and visitors

Coronavirus education, and resources to get through quarantine

If you are well and have general questions about COVID-19, you can call 1-319-384-8819.

We also have several online resources to choose from that can help educate you on the risks of COVID-19, as well as provide helpful instructional content to share with friends and families during this time of social distancing.

How can you help during the Coronavirus pandemic?

It is natural to want to help Iowans during this trying time. The Coronavirus pandemic is effecting everyone in some way. Consider, if you are able, helping UI Health Care meet the challenge of caring for Iowans in one of these ways:

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