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University of Iowa Health Care launches new COVID-19 helpline

University of Iowa Health Care has launched a new helpline to answer questions about influenza or 2019 Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) for health care professionals as well as members of the community.

University of Iowa Hospitals & Clinics begins visitor screening and adds more visitor restrictions on main Iowa City campus

In continuing efforts to minimize potential exposure to the 2019 Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) and keep patients and staff safe, University of Iowa Hospitals & Clinics is taking additional measures to restrict and screen visitors.

University of Iowa Health Care Offers New Options for Patients in Preparation for Influenza and 2019 Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19)

With the increasing numbers of Johnson County and Iowa residents affected with 2019 Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) and influenza, University of Iowa Health Care is implementing additional programs to diagnose and treat patients.

U. Iowa scientists pinpoint a brain region that stops breathing in pediatric epilepsy

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Roy J. and Lucille A. Carver College of Medicine
Finding could help predict risk for sudden unexpected death due to epilepsy (SUDEP)

University of Iowa Health Care Media Statement

The safety of our patients and employees is the top priority of University of Iowa Health Care. With more Iowans testing positive for influenza and the 2019 Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19), we remain prepared to treat those who need our medical care while keeping our patients, employees, students, and trainees safe.

Watch Replay: Coronavirus Q&A - What you need to know

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University of Iowa Hospitals & Clinics Chief Medical Officer Theresa Brennan, MD, answered questions from viewers about the 2019 Novel Coronavirus during a livestream on Tuesday, March 10.

Three Quad Cities women realize their dreams after finding compassionate, expert specialty care for infertility

Elizabeth, Heidi, and Katy with their children
Katy, Elizabeth, and Heidi share their unique infertility stories. With honesty, openness, and even some humor, they’re aiming to offer support and hope to anyone going through the struggles they once faced.

Compassion and individualized care led to Heidi's happy ending

Heidi Cohen and her child
Heidi Ridenour, of Davenport, Iowa, discusses her experience with reproductive endocrinology, working with Jessica Kresowik, MD, at the University of Iowa Health Care Women’s Health Clinic in Davenport.

Katy sought peace through IUI but found so much more

Katy Miller family
Katy Miller, of Milan, Illinois, discusses her experience with reproductive endocrinology, working with Jessica Kresowik, MD, at the University of Iowa Health Care Women’s Health Clinic in Davenport.

Elizabeth's journey to a healthy pregnancy and baby

Elizabeth VanCamp holds her child
Elizabeth VanCamp, of Davenport, Iowa, discusses her experience with reproductive endocrinology, working with Jessica Kresowik, MD, at the University of Iowa Health Care Women’s Health Clinic in Davenport.

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