Community

“Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world; indeed, it’s the only thing that ever has.”

--Margaret Mead
  • 2018 American Heart Association Iowa City Heart Walk

    2018 American Heart Association Iowa City Heart Walk

    A team from the Ambulatory Surgery Center participated in the American Heart Associaiton Heart Walk on Saturday, May 5, 2018

  • 2018 American Heart Association Iowa City Heart Walk

    2018 American Heart Association Iowa City Heart Walk

    Christopher Metsgar and Lori Hartley from the Emergency Medical Services Learning Resource Center taught CPR to walkers at the American Heart Association Heart Walk

  • 2018 American Heart Association Iowa City Heart Walk

    2018 American Heart Association Iowa City Heart Walk

    Denicia Cole from the Heart and Vascular Center performed blood pressure screenings at at the American Heart Association Heart Walk

  • Sheila Frascht, RN, CHPPN, CPLC, receives Dianne Day Community Champion Award

    Sheila Frascht, RN, CHPPN, CPLC, receives Dianne Day Community Champion Award

  • 2017 University of Iowa Faculty and Staff Health Fair

    2017 University of Iowa Faculty and Staff Health Fair

    Justin Kahler and Sloane Henry from the Holden Comprehensive Cancer Center share cancer education materials at the UI Faculty and Staff Health Fair on Wednesday, November 1.

  • The S Word Screening

    The S Word Screening

    UI Health Care employee Lance Clemsen (far left) was part of the panel of experts that helped field questions from attendees of The S Word Screening at the Englert Theatre on Sept. 19.

  • Health Fair for Disabled Veterans

    Health Fair for Disabled Veterans

    Kathy Lee, Injury Prevention Coordinator, shares information at the health fair for disabled veterans on Sept. 13.

  • Latino Heritage Festival in Des Moines

    Latino Heritage Festival in Des Moines

    Frida Teran, a medical student part of the Latino Medical Student Association at the University of Iowa Carver College of Medicine, engages visitors at the Latino Heritage Festival in Des Moines in learning about nutrition and diabetes prevention through activities and information provided.

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Awards and Recognition

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Promote Education

UI Health Care faculty and staff are encouraged to support our community and STEM education programs. Click below to get involved.

 

Sponsorship

Resources for UI Health Care departments who have received sponsorship requests from a community nonprofit organization.

Community Benefit

Our Commitment to Helping Communities

UI Health Care provided more than $985 million in community benefit since 2008 by:

  • Improving access and providing care
  • Enhancing community health
  • Advancing health professions education and training
  • Conducting clinical and community health research