For St. Luke's Hospital Patients
Beginning May 6, 2020, UnityPoint Health will test all patients admitted to our hospitals for COVID-19. This includes planned admissions and transfers of all ages who have not been tested for COVID-19 in the prior 72 hours.
At St. Luke's, we offer so much more than exceptional healthcare. We also provide patients and visitors with the comforts of home, the convenience you need and helpful, compassionate service.
Current patient's room or Information
To connect with the room of a current patient, please call (319) 369-7211.
Questions about your stay
Learn more about what to expect during your stay at St. Luke's, from billing questions and hospital charges, maps and parking information or take a virtual tour before you come to
A hospital stay can be a stressful time for anyone. St. Luke's provides information and services to support you during and after your stay, including spiritual care, support groups, advance directives and tips for talking with your healthcare providers.
Patients and visitors should use our complimentary valet parking and enter through our West Entrance. An information desk is located immediately through the main entrance double doors.
Sending a gift
It's easy to order flowers or a gift or a greeting online for patients at St. Luke's.
St. Luke's believes having visitors and family present during hospitalization may help patients in their recovery. In addition, we recognize the rights of patients to have visitors while they are hospitalized. Visitors are welcome from 5 a.m. - 8 p.m., although some units may have more limited visiting policies that meet the need of their patients.
Compliments or concerns regarding your care
If you have questions or concerns regarding your care at St. Luke's, contact our patient relations department at (319) 369-7710.
Maps & directions
Your Rights & Responsibilities
Patient Rights & Responsibilities - English
Patient Rights & Responsibilities - Spanish
Consent to treat form
All patients or patient representatives sign a consent to treat prior to receiving care or services.