UI QuickCare

To ensure the health and safety of our patients and staff online scheduling is temporarily on hold. If you have flu symptoms or health concerns related to the 2019 Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) you can still schedule a video visit.

Stay up to date on the latest University of Iowa Health Care visitor screenings, restrictions, and related news.

2019 Novel Coronavirus

Help us protect patients and staff

If you have flu symptoms or health concerns related to 2019 Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19), we ask that you schedule a video visit.

Symptoms may include:

  • Fever
  • New or worsening cough

How to Schedule a Video Visit

If you are experiencing these symptoms please schedule a video visit through MyChart, or call 1-319-384-9010.

Learn more about video visits.

Stay up to date on 2019 Novel Coronavirus

Stay up to date and informed on all our 2019 Novel Coronavirus developments.

If you are well and have general questions about 2019 Novel Coronavirus:

Call 1-319-384-8819.

Need Care Fast? Walk in Today!

Don’t worry if you are sick and can’t see your primary care doctor–UI QuickCare can try to save you a trip to the emergency room. We’re open evenings, weekends, and even some holidays!

Looking for Quick Care Near You?

Our providers can see adults and children over six months old. We have five locations throughout the Iowa City area, so you are sure to find one near where you live or work.

Check on Wait Times at our Walk-in Clinics

Before you come in, you can check on wait times at all of our UI Urgent Care and UI QuickCare locations. This tool estimates when you will see a provider. Other patients that need more urgent or immediate care may receive attention sooner. We appreciate your flexibility if that happens during your visit.

Quick Care from UI Providers for Minor Illnesses and Injuries

  • Respiratory illness
    • Flu symptoms
    • Bronchitis
    • Chest/nasal congestion
    • Common cold
    • Cough
    • Seasonal allergies
    • Sinus infections
    • Sore throat/laryngitis
    • Pneumonia
    • RSV
  • Head, ear, and eye conditions
    • Ear infections
    • Earaches
    • Ear wax buildup
    • Eye abrasions
    • Eye infections
    • Pink eye
    • Styes
  • Stomach and genital urinary conditions
    • Bladder infection
    • Constipation
    • Diarrhea
    • Nausea
    • Vomiting
    • Stomach flu
    • Sexually transmitted disease (STD)
    • Urinary burning
    • Frequent urination
  • Skin conditions
    • Abscess
    • Athlete’s foot
    • Cold sores
    • Insect bites
    • Rashes
    • Itchy skin
    • Ringworm
    • Skin infection
    • Sunburn
  • Minor injuries
    • Below-the-neck laceration repair
    • Minor burns
    • Minor musculoskeletal injuries
    • Sprains
    • Fractures
  • Sports physical examinations (please bring an updated immunization record)

Call 911 Immediately in Life-Threatening Emergencies.

You can walk in at QuickCare, but it isn’t appropriate for all conditions.

Seek Emergency Care in Any of the Following Situations:

  • Fever in an infant under 6 months of age
  • Loss of consciousness
  • Experiencing signs of a heart attack or stroke
  • Severe shortness of breath
  • Allergic reactions
  • Head trauma
  • Seizures
  • Poisoning (Hotline: 1-800-222-1222)
  • Broken bones or major injuries
  • Coughing blood
  • Vomiting blood
  • Bleeding that does not stop after 10 minutes
  • Sudden, severe pain
  • Suicidal feelings
  • Homicidal feelings

Read More About the Difference Between UI QuickCare, UI Urgent Care, and the ER

Payment for UI QuickCare is due at time of service. Insurance is not required, but most plans are accepted. Debit and credit card payment only.

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