Men's Health

Routine health care for men includes health screenings appropriate for your stage in life.

  • Young men should be seen by a physician every 18 to 24 months.
  • By the time a man is 40, he should see a doctor every year for a general physical exam and to be screened for blood pressure problems, diabetes, and cholesterol problems.
  • Men in their 50s should see a doctor for information about preventable diseases and screenings for colon cancer and prostate cancer.
More than 30 million men have erectile dysfunction (ED) or bladder control issues. Complete this questionnaire and use it to guide conversations with your doctor.

Using multidisciplinary teams as a base for your care, we offer you comprehensive care for all your health concerns. Our teams include physicians, advanced registered nurse practitioners, nurses, physical therapists and nutritionists. Our care also includes access to advanced medical and technical expertise if necessary.

Our health care team also collaborates with experts in family medicine, heart and vascular care, male fertility and sports medicine to give you appropriate care at all stages of your life.

Man at side of bedMen’s Health Assessment

University of Iowa Health Care invites you to take two to three minutes to complete a men’s health questionnaire. This set of questions was developed by the University of Iowa for personal use. You won't be asked to identify yourself, and only you will see the results. The University of Iowa will not have access to your results or have any way of knowing how you responded to the questions.

Our men's health questionnaire will guide you through 20 general questions that address your weight, heart health, mental health, sleep health, and urological health.

Results from this assessment can be shared with your own physician, along with any health concerns you may have. Feedback from this wellness assessment is not meant to replace your own physician’s advice.

Take the Assessment

Primary Care

Our Program in Men's Health Spans Several Care Areas, Including:

Reproductive Services

We bring together board-certified fertility specialists to offer a full range of fertility treatment options.

Our Reproductive Services Include:

Cancer Care

Our health care team is part of the Holden Comprehensive Cancer Center. As part of the full range cancer services available, our team excels in the diagnosis and treatment of:

Other Services

University of Iowa Hospitals & Clinics offers these additional specialty services:

Are you looking for a primary care physician? Call for an appointment at UI Health Care – Iowa River Landing at 319-467-2000.

Why Choose Us?

University of Iowa Health Care provides a full range of health services for men. From prevention to education, treatment to rehabilitation, our services encompass from male-specific diseases to diseases and disorders that affect men of all ages, UI Health Care's experts help men lead happier, healthier lives.

  • UI Sports Medicine clinic is the largest and most comprehensive in the state.
  • We are the first hospital in Iowa to use robotic surgery for radical prostatectomy procedures, in which a patient's cancerous prostate is removed, and pyeloplasty procedures for treating patients with obstructed kidneys.
  • Urology Times named the Holden Comprehensive Cancer Center at UI Hospitals & Clinics as one of 15 "Clinical Cancer Centers of Excellence" for prostate care.

Academic Departments that Provide Men's Health Care

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