Primary Care Services From UnityPoint Clinic in IA, WI and IL

Express Care - Bettendorf

3415 53rd Avenue
Bettendorf, Iowa 52722

00 Patients
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Express Care - Moline

106 19th Avenue
Suite 103
Moline, Illinois 61265

00 Patients
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Express Care - North Port

3426 North Port Drive
Suite 200
Muscatine, Iowa 52761

00 Patients
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Express Care - SouthPark Pointe

3904 16th Street
Moline, Illinois 61265

00 Patients
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Pediatric Urgent Care - Cedar Rapids

855 A Avenue NE
Suite 300A
Cedar Rapids, Iowa 52402

Closed Patients
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Proctor First Care - East Peoria

2535 E. Washington St.
East Peoria, Illinois 61611

00 Patients
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Proctor First Care - Peoria Heights

1120 E. War Memorial Drive
Peoria Heights, Illinois 61616

00 Patients
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UnityPoint Clinic - Express

1909 North Morton Avenue
Morton, Illinois 61550

00 Patients
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UnityPoint Clinic - Express

8914 N. Knoxville Avenue
Peoria, Illinois 61604

00 Patients
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UnityPoint Clinic - Express

209 N. Cummings Lane
Washington, Illinois 61571

00 Patients
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UnityPoint Clinic - Express

180 Jordan Creek Parkway, Suite 120
West Des Moines, Iowa 50266

00 Patients
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UnityPoint Clinic - Family Medicine and Walk-In Care - Cascade

610 2nd Ave. NE
Cascade, Iowa 52033

00 Patients
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UnityPoint Clinic - Family Medicine and Walk-In Care - Peosta

8456 Peosta Commercial Court
P.O. Box 80
Peosta, Iowa 52068

00 Patients
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UnityPoint Clinic Urgent Care - Altoona

2720 8th St. SW
Altoona, Iowa 50009

03 Patients
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UnityPoint Clinic Urgent Care - East

1550 University Avenue
Dubuque, Iowa 52001

00 Patients
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UnityPoint Clinic Urgent Care - Ingersoll

2103 Ingersoll Ave., Ste. 2
Des Moines, Iowa 50312

00 Patients
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UnityPoint Clinic Urgent Care - West

2255 JFK Road
Dubuque, Iowa 52002

00 Patients
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Urgent Care - Anamosa

1795 Hwy 64 East
Anamosa, Iowa 52205

00 Patients
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Urgent Care - Ankeny

3625 N. Ankeny Blvd.
Suite E
Ankeny, Iowa 50023

03 Patients
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Urgent Care - Hiawatha

1001 N. Center Point Road
Suite A
Hiawatha, Iowa 52233

00 Patients
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Urgent Care - Lakeview

6000 University Avenue
Suite 101
West Des Moines, Iowa 50266

07 Patients
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Urgent Care - Marion

2992 7th Ave.
Marion, Iowa 52302

03 Patients
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Urgent Care - Merle Hay

4020 Merle Hay Road
Suite 100
Des Moines, Iowa 50310

02 Patients
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Urgent Care - North Crossing

2134 Logan Ave.
Suite A
Waterloo, Iowa 50703

00 Patients
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Urgent Care - Prairie Parkway

5100 Prairie Parkway
Suite 101
Cedar Falls, Iowa 50613

01 Patients
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Urgent Care - San Marnan

1655 E San Marnan Dr.
Suite H
Waterloo, Iowa 50702

00 Patients
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Urgent Care - Southglen

6520 SE 14th St.
Des Moines, Iowa 50320

05 Patients
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Urgent Care - Sunnybrook

5885 Sunnybrook Drive
Sioux City, Iowa 51106

00 Patients
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Urgent Care - United Medical Park

1731 W Ridgeway Ave.
Suite 100
Waterloo, Iowa 50701

01 Patients
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Urgent Care - Urbandale

2901 86th Street
Urbandale, Iowa 50322

00 Patients
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Urgent Care - Westside

2375 Edgewood Rd SW
Cedar Rapids, Iowa 52404

00 Patients
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Walk-In Care

800 Kenyon Road
Suite S
Fort Dodge, Iowa 50501

01 Patients
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Quality Care Begins with Primary Care

Your primary care provider, or PCP, is more than just a doctor to call when you're sick. A primary care provider is your partner in maintaining your overall health and well-being.

What Is a Primary Care Provider (PCP)?


A primary care provider is your “personal” doctor. Primary care providers serve as the medical home for basic and continuing health care needs for children, adults and seniors. Your PCP is often your first line of defense in preventing and treating illness. 

Your primary care provider is trained to diagnose and treat most common diseases and medical conditions, as well as coordinate your care with specialists when appropriate. 

He or she knows your health history and coordinates your health care needs. Primary care providers include doctors, physician assistants or advanced registered nurse practitioners in:

Why Should I Have a Primary Care Provider?

Having a primary care provider offers you an ongoing, trusting relationship with one medical professional over time, which can result in significant health benefits.

Here are four reasons you need a PCP:

1. Your PCP Knows YOU.

Having a primary care provider means having someone who knows your health history, such as what procedures you have undergone and how certain medications affect you. Your PCP notices changes in your health, such as blood pressure, cholesterol or even memory. He or she can help you with your goals – losing weight, quitting smoking or being healthy enough to take part in a sport. Oftentimes, your primary care provider knows your family, too. This starts even before your child is born, as your PCP can help you or your partner have a healthy pregnancy.

2. Coordinated Care

Your primary care provider is the first doctor you will see for most of your medical care. At UnityPoint Clinic, we coordinate your care between your doctor, the hospital and care at home. Because your PCP looks at your health as a whole, he or she can also coordinate your care with the right specialist. You will work with your PCP to manage chronic diseases such as diabetes, high blood pressure or COPD.

3. Better Preventative Care

Primary care providers keep you up-to-date on recommended vaccinations, including flu shots and Tdap (Tetanus, diphtheria and pertussis). They guide you through routine screenings such as mammograms, colonoscopies, and cholesterol and glucose tests. And they can help you determine a diet and exercise plan, which can aid you in avoiding many other conditions.

4. Save Time and Money

Staying on top of your health with a visit to your primary care provider can mean fewer trips to the hospital down the road. Patients with a primary care provider can often make appointments sooner and more quickly than those who do not have a relationship established with a doctor. Your PCP becomes familiar with your health history and risks, so you won’t have to repeat this information each time you return to the clinic.

When Should I See a Primary Care Provider?

The time to see a primary care provider is before you need one. Don’t wait until you’re sick. Get started today. Your PCP will help you establish a timeline for screenings, vaccinations and your next visit.

What to Look for in a Primary Care Provider

People choose a doctor for a variety of reasons – what their friends say, how close the office is, the doctor’s gender or if the doctor speaks a second language.

Above all, it is important that you trust and feel comfortable with your provider. To an extent, this will come with time, but you will want someone who explains things clearly and understands what is important to you. 

Communication is crucial in a provider-patient relationship. Try not to feel self-conscious or rushed to voice your questions or concerns. You may want to bring a list of issues to discuss at your appointment. If you find your provider’s explanations difficult to understand, let him or her know so he or she can present the information in a different way.

Find a Primary Care Provider

Use our online physician finder to search for a primary care provider, your partner in health.