Urgent Care - Westside CLOSED Wed., Oct. 5
The Westside Urgent Care clinic will be closed on Wednesday, October 5. Find another walk-in clinic nearest you.
If you are experiencing COVID-19 symptoms, please see below for how to obtain a COVID-19 test:
Mild Symptoms or Exposure
Obtain an at-home test through Test Iowa or from another retailer or local pharmacy.
Moderate/severe symptoms or symptoms worsen after initial negative home test
- Schedule an appointment with your primary care provider through MyUnityPoint.
- If your primary care provider is unavailable, visit one of our UnityPoint Clinic Urgent Care or Express walk-in locations.
- Don’t have a primary care provider? Search our Find-A-Doctor directory or call our Find-A-Doctor helpline at (319) 558-4858 to establish care.
For questions about symptoms, contact your primary care provider. As always, call 911 or visit St. Luke’s Emergency Department if you have a medical emergency.
Please note, the ER does not offer walk-in COVID-19 testing.
COVID-19 Vaccine Information
To protect yourself, your loved ones and our community, all individuals 6 months and older should get the COVID-19 vaccine and booster shots, if eligible. Visit our COVID-19 vaccine page for FAQs and information about scheduling.
In outpatient areas of the hospital, such as therapy, visitor restrictions may be different as waiting areas are small, and we are enforcing social distancing measures. Thank you for understanding.
These are the current visitor restrictions in place at UnityPoint Health - St. Luke's Hospital effective October 3, 2022.
Thank you for following our guidelines and treating healthcare workers with respect. Violence is never okay, especially in a healing environment.
- ICU, Emergency Department and SurgiCare patients can only have two visitors at the bedside at a time. (two other visitors may be in the lounge area).
- Patients at end-of-life may have visitors assessed on a case-by-case basis.
- Children of all ages may visit (except in the ICU, children must be 12 or older). Children must be in good health, have not tested positive for COVID-19 or have been in contact with someone who has had COVID-19 in the last 10 days.
UnityPoint Health COVID-19 Masking Policy
Effective Monday, October 3, 2022
As of October 3, 2022, masking is based on personal preference. Patients and visitors should mask in our facilities if they are currently ill with respiratory symptoms, have a COVID-19 diagnosis, or have been exposed to COVID-19 in the past 10 days. Masking is strongly recommended when community transmission levels are high. We encourage anyone who prefers to continue masking to do so.