Next Patient Move into UI Stead Family Children’s Hospital: Saturday, March 25

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We are pleased to announce that the next move of patients into the new University of Iowa Stead Family Children’s Hospital will occur on Saturday, March 25.

Quad Cities Medical Practice to Join UI Health Care

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Hematology-Oncology Associates of the Quad Cities joined UI Health Care on February 24. The two-oncologist practice includes Shobha Chitneni, MD, and Mario Sy, MD. Their practice is the first in a cancer network that Holden wants to develop.

Holden Comprehensive Cancer Center joins The Oncology Research Information Exchange Network

Leaders of Holden Comprehensive Cancer Center at The University of Iowa announced today that they have joined The Oncology Research Information Exchange Network® (ORIEN), a national initiative among leading cancer centers that promotes collaboration to drive research, development and discovery of treatments and cures for cancer.

Next Best Thing (to Man’s Best Friend)

With UIeCare, a medical provider is just a click away Sometimes you need a health care professional but don’t have the time or the need for a visit to the doctor’s office or emergency room. For allergies, rashes, sinus symptoms, and other minor medical problems, UIeCare connects you to a UI Health...

UI Health Care Breast Health Center Earns Accreditation

UI Breast Health Center earns approval from the National Accreditation Program for Breast Centers

Carver Trust giving $45 million to support new neuroscience institute

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The Roy J. Carver Charitable Trust has committed a transformational $45 million grant to the University of Iowa that will allow for the creation of a comprehensive and cross-disciplinary neuroscience center.

Six Winter Break Secrets for Dr. Mom

Six tips to keep children healthy during cold and flu season
There’s no worse time for getting a cold or flu than the holidays, especially if you’re a kid. Pediatric specialist Pat Brophy, who directs UI Health Care’s online care service called UIeCare, says we can thank the close contact of kids in school and daycare for circulating germs. Dr. Brophy has...

Five ways a virtual care visit makes your life easier

Day or night, a video chat with a provider can diagnose and treat a variety of minor conditions, including allergies, cold and flu symptoms, fever, rash, headaches, pink eye, sprains and more. Here’s how a virtual care visit, like UI Health Care’s UIeCare , might benefit you. It’s available anytime...

Cold or Flu? What's the Difference

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Your child wakes up with sniffles, a cough, and fever. Which is it, a cold or the flu? Getting to the bottom of that question is more important than you think. Because the flu can become much more serious, it’s wise to get checked out if you are having symptoms that lean toward the flu, according...

Weiner, Salem Receive Grant to Help Advance Emerging Lymphoma Treatment

Holden researchers receive grant to use nanoparticles for a new type of immunotherapy for lymphoma.