Appointments: 515-271-1700

If you have COVID-19 symptoms

Please do not call or visit your normal provider. Instead, Polk County residents should call 2-1-1. If you have an upcoming appointment at the DMU Clinic please call in advance. More information is available on DMU's coronavirus response website.

On-Site Availability

Family Medicine, Foot and Ankle, Physical Therapy, and Radiology are taking patients on-site.

Telehealth Availability

All departments with the exception of Radiology are offering telehealth services. Please contact your provider through the patient portal or by calling.

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Our patients receive exceptional care and a lifetime of results, all while training the next generation of health care professionals.

Tap the power of water: stay hydrated

By Rachel Doggett, M.P.A.S., PA-C

Just in time for a safely physically distanced, fun-in-the-sun Fourth of July holiday, Rachel Doggett, PA-C, offers some hows, whys and more about the importance of staying hydrated. She is a physician assistant in the DMU Family Medicine Clinic and …

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Menopause and Mental Health

By Noreen O'Shea, D.O.

“Could menopause be causing me to lose my memory?” I recall the question distinctly, despite being asked of me almost five years ago. It was posed by a female patient in her mid-forties. She had three teenagers at home, an …

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Slow and Unsteady: What is Parkinson’s Disease?

By Courtney Harms

Some families pass down recipes, others pass down neurological disorders. On my maternal grandmother’s side, approximately 50% of people in the last five generations have been diagnosed with Parkinson’s Disease and/or a similar, but more rare and mild disease called …

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