Please call Patient Information at 1-319-356-2456 for further details about visiting hours and regulations for the appropriate unit. View a detailed map and receive turn-by-turn directions to reach University of Iowa Hospitals & Clinics from your home.
University of Iowa Health Care (UI Health Care) represents the integrated health-care enterprise of the University of Iowa, which includes: UI Hospitals & Clinics UI Stead Family Children's Hospital UI Roy J. and Lucille A. Carver College of Medicine
In support of each patient’s rights, UI Hospitals & Clinics allows patients to receive visitors designated by the patient. We promote and support patient and family-centered care and recognize the importance of contact with family members and friends for the mental and physical well-being of patients.
Additionally, patients and visitors entering the hospital will be screened for symptoms of the flu and COVID-19. These include: fever, cough, and shortness of breath. You will not be permitted to enter if you exhibit signs of an influenza-like illness.
For your health and the health of others, University of Iowa Health Care and the UI campus are 100 percent smoke-free and tobacco-free. Smoking cigarettes (tobacco or electronic), cigars, or pipes and using chewing or smokeless tobacco is not allowed within or on the grounds.
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In its 2020 rankings of “Best Employers for Diversity,” Forbes ranked UI Health Care No. 47 overall among large employers nationwide and No. 10 in its Healthcare & Social category.
Through its mission, UI Health Care trains the next generation of leaders in patient care, medical research, and education.
The College of Dentistry and the University of Iowa Benefits Office offer a pre-doctoral incentive program (PIP) for University of Iowa faculty, staff, and their families who participate in the Delta Dental II plan and receive treatment in the student clinics.
The College of Dentistry and Dental Clinics accepts most insurance and will file claims. It is the responsibility of the patient to understand their own insurance plans and coverage.
While payment is due when service is rendered, the college understands that a payment plan for more extensive or costly treatment may be desirable to some patients. Please be aware: