Having a new baby or raising children means lots of exciting decisions to make, and choosing a primary care provider is one of the most important. At University of Iowa Children’s Hospital, we provide comprehensive, coordinated, and compassionate primary care services. You can choose the provider, location, and services that best fit your family’s personal needs. We even offer evening and weekend hours at some locations to fit your busy life. Should your child ever need specialized care, you have 24-hour access to every pediatric specialty—all under one roof.
Types of Pediatric Providers
We take a team approach to your family’s health care, which means our team can include doctors, nurses, technologists, support staff, and others. We encourage you and your family to be active participants in your health and well-being, and consider you part of our team.
How to choose a doctor for your child
Routine Care by Age
Our goal is to provide your child with complete and coordinated care to maintain a healthy life at all stages of development. Regular checkups are important to monitor your child's growth and development and can help your doctor identify any problems early on. Here are some important health care targets to consider based on your child's age and development.
Download a copy of our four-page brochure outlining all our services for your new baby. You'll also receive a helpful list of phone numbers to keep on hand as your little one grows.