Artificial urinary sphincter gives Charles instant relief from incontinence caused by prostate treatment

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Our deep expertise in the latest urology treatments helps patients get back to a normal, pain-free life.

After getting COVID-19 and facing 25% chance of surviving, 17-year-old Iowa City student to graduate

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Issac Cortez had a 25% chance of surviving COVID-19. Now, he's ready to graduate high school.

Finding career fulfillment as an MA

Kristen Julson, Angie Groff, and Holli Fields
Kristen Julson was a junior in high school. Holli Fields was looking through programs at Kirkwood with a friend. And Angie Groff was on the waiting list for the nursing program. Read their stories.

Guided by certified nurse-midwives, Tracy and Erin start a family with confidence

Through two pregnancies, they found the midwifery care they needed close to home at the UI Health Care Midwifery Clinic in Washington.

ROSA® Robot arrives in UI Health Care neurosurgery department

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UI Health Care is the first in Iowa to use ROSA, a minimally invasive robotized surgical assistant, to treat children and adults with epilepsy faster, more safely and effectively.

Uncle’s brain tumor spurs interest in nursing career

Kaitlin Tarr
Kaitlin Tarr has accomplished more in 20 years than some people do in twice that time. Read her story.

Vaccinating a mobile population: UI Health Care researchers work to reach Iowa’s migrant workers

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Researchers with University of Iowa Health Care are working to identify ways to overcome access issues among migrant and seasonal farmworkers, thanks to pilot grant funding from the Institute for Clinical and Translational Sciences (ICTS).

After nearly losing his arm in a go-kart accident, Todd is playing basketball again

With advanced expertise and compassionate, family-centered care, our nationally ranked pediatric orthopedics team helped Todd regain full function in his arm.

People make commuting to UI Health Care worth every mile for these nurses

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Two nurses share their experiences commuting to UI Health Care for work.

Paige Pickart: MA starts role as Care Team Coordinator

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Paige Pickart first considered a career as a teacher or parole officer, but she listened to some sage advice several years ago. Now, she encourages people to consider a career as a medical assistant.