Why Practice with Us?
Our award-winning providers, specialists and care teams contribute to our communities, support patient's family members in time of need and make a difference in the lives of our patients, every day! And they wouldn't have it any other way because that's why they got in to this business in the first place – to care for others.
UnityPoint Health offers an exceptional opportunity for professional and personal satisfaction. We are proud to provide a unique combination of advantages not often seen in healthcare including growing practices in strong communities across our health system, work-life balance, and incentives for our physicians and providers just starting their careers.
We Live Our Mission
We are committed to providing quality, comprehensive and personalized healthcare. Each day, we live our mission of improving the health of the people and communities we serve.
People are amazing, we're here to help keep them that way.
With annual revenues of $4.4 billion, our providers and services span hospitals, clinics and at-home settings across Iowa, Illinois and Wisconsin. Our presence in metropolitan and rural communities allows us to innovate through partnerships with organizations outside of healthcare, and our family of more than 30,000 team members remains dedicated to shared values that put our people first. This map shows the geographic spread of UnityPoint Health and all the location options for you to practice with us.
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Our Future is Bright
As a physician with UnityPoint health, you would play an instrumental role in building engagement with team members, championing our collective work and cementing our place as a leader in the health care industry. We have the rigor of a well-run business, but the heart and soul of a nonprofit. UnityPoint Health is focused on making care easier and more personal, so we can continue to create an exceptional experience for every person we serve. Read what Kevin Vermeer, president and CEO of UnityPoint Health, has to say about the bright future of our organization.
Our People Are Amazing
Our team at UnityPoint Health is pretty amazing. Read these stories featuring UnityPoint Health physicians to learn about the amazing things they for our patients, colleagues, communities and culture.
Dr. Amr Kamhawy, Chief Medical Information Officer
Why Dr. Kamhawy is amazing
As a physician, I experience the whole spectrum of life with my patients. It's amazing to see the kids that I took care of, some of which I've delivered, now having families of their own. I remember the first patient I saw 20 years ago and I'm still seeing her today. It's heartwarming when patients invite me to their children's graduations. Other times, I attend their funeral services. These events connote a certain degree of respect they have for the role you've played in their lives. For me, it's an honor to be part of that process for them. It's not just them coming into my life, it's them opening up and letting me come into theirs.
Why Dr. Azam is amazing
I was born in Pakistan and as I grew up I saw people who were sick and underprivileged. My parents always said you need to strive to make positive changes in other people's lives. That led me to pursue medicine. After completing medical school in Pakistan, I moved to the United States for further training. Now as the director of the ICU and specializing in pulmonary and critical care, I know I'm making a difference. You need a good team to keep the show running and we have an incredible team at UnityPoint Health, one I'm happy to be a part of.
Rossana Rosa, M.D.
Why Dr. Rosa is amazing
I grew up in a small town in Honduras where a medical mission group visited every year. During one of their trips, they were short a few interpreters. I was 14 at the time and volunteered to help since I spoke English. I translated for an anesthesiologist, explaining the side effects of anesthesia to patients. The experience was transformative and I knew I wanted a career where I could form connections with patients. I've had patients from Burma, Nepal, Tanzania and Liberia, and the immigrant experience is similar to what I saw in Honduras. Some patients come to a country where they don't speak the language and are scared. We may have arrived in different ways, but the things we're pursing are the same. At the end of the day, everybody wants something better for their families. When you show empathy and understanding, patients feel that connection too.
Joseph Kwofie, D.O.
Why Dr. Kwofieis amazing
Growing up in Ghana, West Africa, there were a lot of health care issues with both my immediate and extended family. The average life expectancy in Ghana is 52 years for women and 50 years for men. As I saw people dying around me, the question was how I could best help to improve health care where I grew up. I decided to go into medicine at an early age and started medical school in Ghana. Every two years, I go back to Ghana to work at a Level 1 Trauma Center in Kumasi where they have an emergency medicine residency program. I'm involved as part of the teaching faculty for the program and don't charge anything for it. That's how I give back to society.