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Holiday Road location was temporarily closed

2591 Holiday Road from the street
UI Urgent Care, Occupational Health, and Pediatric Associates on Holiday Road in Coralville are closed due to an accidentally cut gas line. The building was evacuated and all patients and staff are safe.

Kid Captain nominations open now through March 15

2019 Kid Captain walking on the football field
Know someone who would make a great 2020 Kid Captain? Nominations are now open until March 15, 2020.

After TAVR procedure, Henry has his breath, and his normal life, back

When Henry Royer of Cedar Rapids, Iowa, found himself struggling for breath even during simple activities like walking a few hundred feet, he knew it was time to see his cardiologist.

Reduce your risk for heart disease with these heart-healthy lifestyle tips

Heart disease is the leading cause of death for men and women in the United States. About 90% of middle-aged people and more than 74% of young adults have one or more risk factors for heart disease.

Mark your calendars: Maternal Mental Health Q&A Facebook Live

Join us on Facebook for a Q&A on Maternal Mental Health on Thursday, Jan. 23 at 7 p.m.
Before, during, and after pregnancy, your physical and mental health are important. Join our providers from 7 to 8 p.m. on Thursday, Jan. 23, as they answer your questions about maternal health, and how pregnancy and mental health intersect.

Some UI Health Care clinics not open on Martin Luther King Jr. Day

UI Health Care Iowa River Landing Building
Some UI Health Care clinics will be closed on Monday, January 20, in observance of Martin Luther King Jr. Day.

New UI Health Care clinics now open in Coralville

2591 Holiday Road from the street
UI Health Care's new UI Urgent Care and UI Occupational Health clinics are now open at 2591 Holiday Road in Coralville.

UI Sports Medicine ultrasound services accredited, commended for meeting highest standards

University of Iowa Sports Medicine has received accreditation from the Ultrasound Practice Accreditation Council of the American Institute of Ultrasound in Medicine (AIUM).

Expert hand surgery and hope get Ray back to a normal life after tragedy

Ray Eshelman works in his garden
While cutting the last piece of PVC pipe he needed to complete his hydroponic growing system, Ray Eshelman lost control of his mitre saw. The blade caught his right hand and cut it severely. Orthopedic surgeon Joseph A. Buckwalter V, MD, worked late into the night to save the hand, which had almost been cut off completely.

Ultrasound diagnosis saves Julie from weeks of unnecessary pain after thumb injury

While bowling with friends, Julie Lensing slipped and fell on her left hand. A trip to the emergency room at a community hospital confirmed that she hadn’t fractured any bones. But the pain and swelling only got worse, and she couldn’t grip anything with her left hand.

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