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An ED nurse's philosophy on patient care

DAISY award for Rosenburg
Jan Rosenburg receives the DAISY Award.

Minimally invasive heart surgery keeps Jim running, biking, and living a full life at age 76

The experts at the UI Heart and Vascular Center use minimally invasive valve replacement surgery for shorter recovery times.

Terry Wahls receives $2.5 million to study effects of diet on multiple sclerosis

Terry Wahls, MD, has been gifted $2.5 million from the Carter Chapman Shreve Family Foundation to be directed to the Wahls Therapeutic Lifestyle Fund in the Wahls Lab.

With personalized sports medicine care during pregnancy, Carly stays active safely—even while recovering from a foot injury

Patient Carly Paul by a lake
UI Sports Medicine specializes in helping endurance athletes recover from injury and optimize their training.

UI VPMA and CCOM Dean Brooks Jackson returning to faculty

Brooks Jackson, portrait
University of Iowa Vice President for Medical Affairs (VPMA) and Tyrone D. Artz Dean of the Carver College of Medicine Dr. Brooks Jackson announces his return to faculty.

Richard O. Jacobson Foundation Gives $70 Million to Expand Health Care for Iowans

Aerial photo of Kinnick Stadium and the Stead Family Children's Hospital
The Richard O. Jacobson Foundation has committed a transformational $70 million gift to the University of Iowa to support a new patient care building for University of Iowa Hospitals & Clinics.

Against all odds: Plastic surgery team prevails over limb-threating frostbite for two Iowa men

Plastic surgery team in the operating room
Two patients have now become friends and share a unique link secondary to their devastating frostbite injuries.

After Drew's severe post-COVID-19 infection reaction, a heart pump saves his life

Drew and provider
Interventional cardiologists at the UI Heart and Vascular Center use the latest minimally invasive techniques to help patients recover faster.

Serving his country, honoring his doctor

Grant Day photo
Grant Day credits the care he received at University of Iowa Hospitals & Clinics after a snowmobile accident with being able to later join the National Guard and become a firefighter.

Kimberly Hunter will serve as interim CEO of UI Hospitals & Clinics

Kim Hunter photo
Kimberly Hunter, DNP, MBA, RN, NEA-BC has been named interim CEO of UI Hospitals & Clinics following the departure of current CEO Suresh Gunasekaran, MBA.

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