UI Hospitals and Clinics
We are a 711-bed hospital, admitting more than 32,000 patients in 2012 for in-patient, hospital care. On any given day at UI Hospitals and Clinics more than 9,000 employees, students, and volunteers collaborate to provide safe, quality health care to our patients.
UI Children's Hospital
Facilities designed especially for children and their families have been a hallmark of UI Hospitals and Clinics over the past century. UI Children's Hospital has thrived on the philosophy of being a hospital within a hospital.
Construction is under way to build a $270 million 371,600-square-foot UI Children's Hospital facility adjacent to UI Hospitals and Clinics. The 11-level structure will offer 195 beds, an increase from the 164 beds in the current UI Children's Hospital. There will also be eight pediatric operating rooms as well as features that focus on the needs of patients and their families.
UI Health Care – North Liberty
UI Health Care – North Liberty offers families comprehensive care, including newborn and well-child checks, well-woman checks, obstetrics, and care for adults with medical conditions. The clinic also has an on-site optical shop and pharmacy. UI Health Care – North Liberty is located in North Liberty and offers a patient-friendly and easily accessible environment for their patients and residents of the community.
UI Health Care - River Crossing
UI Health Care - River Crossing offers families comprehensive care, including newborn and well-child checks, well-woman checks, obstetrics, and care for adults with medical conditions. The clinic also has an on-site optical shop and pharmacy. Because UI Health Care - River Crossing is located in Riverside, a rural community little over 10 miles south of Iowa City, residents have the opportunity to train in rural health care without being too far from the amenities of Iowa City.
UI Health Care - Southeast
UI Health Care – Southeast offers families comprehensive care, including newborn and well-child checks, well-woman checks, obstetrics, and care for adults with medical conditions. The clinic also has an on-site optical shop and pharmacy. UI Health Care - Southeast is located in Iowa City and offers a patient-friendly and easily accessible environment for their patients and residents of the community.
Iowa City Free Medical Clinic
The Iowa City Free Medical Clinic is a non-profit organization that provides health care services to patients in Iowa City and the surrounding community who would not otherwise have access to care. The clinic's four distinct services include general medical care, chronic medical care, dental care, and eye care. The clinic also has an on-site pharmacy that can fill prescriptions written by its physicians.
Mercy Iowa City
Mercy Iowa City is an acute care hospital and regional referral center that draws patients from throughout southeast Iowa. The hospital’s major services include heart and vascular care, including a cardiac catheterization lab; orthopedic care; maternity care; cancer care; digestive services; general surgery; and 24-hour emergency care.
Shelter House of Iowa City
Shelter House is a non-profit organization that has provided housing and supportive services to the homeless of Southeast Iowa since 1983. Shelter House is Johnson County, Iowa's only general use homeless shelter, providing transitional shelter to men, women, and children, including the disabled and the elderly. Weekly on-site acute care and health screenings are provided to clients presenting with health concerns.
Trinity Regional Health System
Trinity Regional Health System has four main campuses located in each of the Quad Cities: Moline, Rock Island, Davenport, and Bettendorf. Residents train in obstetrics for one month during at Trinity's campus in Moline. Trinity has a freestanding birth facility in Moline that features a neonatal intensive care unit, a state-of-the-art infant security system, and private labor and delivery rooms. Because Moline is about an hour away from Iowa City, University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics rents an apartment for residents to use while they are on this rotation.
Veterans Affairs Medical Center
The Veterans Affairs Medical Center in Iowa City has been caring for United States veterans since 1952. Services are available to more than 184,000 veterans living in 56 counties in Eastern Iowa and Western Illinois. The system consists of a main hospital in Iowa City, seven outpatient clinics in Eastern Iowa, and three outpatient clinics in Western Illinois. Veterans Affairs Medical Center also provides care to outlying clinics via telehealth technology.