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Labor and delivery game day map

Labor and Delivery Game Day Map
Please take the following route to the UI Hospitals & Clinics on football game days.

Jim is impressed with surgeon dedication

When Jim Black of Sterling, Illinois, was diagnosed with prostate cancer, tests showed that the tumor was likely to spread to other areas of his body. He was advised to consider traveling as far away as Florida to get the best treatment, but he chose University of Iowa Health Care.

Sept. 22 event to raise awareness on injuries from falls

University of Iowa Health Care, the Visiting Nurse Association, and the Community Foundation of Johnson County will host its Fall Prevention Awareness Day and Health Fair Event from noon to 3 p.m. Friday, Sept. 22 at the Visiting Nurse Association office at 1524 Sycamore St. in Iowa City.

Orthopedic surgery team reattaches man’s arm after chainsaw accident

Stephen Boeding
In October 2016, Stephen Boeding was trimming a tree branch in his yard when the unexpected happened.

Clinical trials of new cancer treatments give Laura a chance to benefit from the latest medicine available

Laura Simonis puts on sunscreen
When Laura Simonis talks about her melanoma, drug names like “pembrolizumab” and “indoximod” roll off her tongue with ease. That’s because she did her research and decided that a clinical trial would be part of her plan to fight cancer.

Preschool teacher donates kidney to student’s father

Darreld Peterson (left) with preschool teacher Nancy Bleuer (right)
Mason City preschool teacher Nancy donates kidney to student’s father, Darreld

Bariatric surgery, lifestyle changes shape Jared’s path to better health

“This whole operation was a way for me to completely take control of my life and become the person I really wanted to be” --Jared Cunningham from Cedar Rapids, Iowa

UI Heart and Vascular Center open house

University of Iowa Health Care will host an open house for its new UI Heart and Vascular Center clinic from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 13, at 4800 John Pappajohn Pavilion (Elevator I, Level 4) at UI Hospitals & Clinics. The event is free and open and to the public.

Melinda’s chondrosarcoma journey

"I had never heard the word chondrosarcoma, couldn’t pronounce or spell it. Yet this word will remain with me for the rest of my life." Melinda

Betsy grateful for pregnancy care she received

After two miscarriages, Betsy Brown learned she was pregnant in May 2016. A family member recommended UI Health Care because she had always been impressed by how her care team worked together to ensure the best possible outcome.

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