University of Iowa

Iowa Impact: Page County

118 University of Iowa alumni live in Page County.

Students, faculty and staff at the University of Iowa come from all of Iowa’s 99 counties. While the students stay on campus only for a short period, the influence they have back in their communities lasts a lifetime. These are the doctors, nurses, librarians, lawyers, pharmacists and much more that you interact with every day. By utilizing the education and experiences they received at the University of Iowa, your Hometown Hawkeyes are able to create a positive economic impact within their hometowns and across the state.

Page County

Did you know UI practicing alumni in Page County include:

6

Educators

2

Physicians

2

Dentists

6

Nurses

4

Pharmacists

Other alumni in Page County include:

14

Business

14

Education

1

Engineering

65

Liberal Arts & Sciences

16

Graduate College

2

Law

UI Students from Page County

There are 22 students from Page County currently enrolled at the University of Iowa.
College of Engineering1
College of Liberal Arts & Sciences17
College of Medicine2
College of Nursing2

How the UI impacts your neighborhood in Page County

Last year, the UI supported 4 local companies with purchases of $545.

PreK-12 students were engaged in UI Health Care STEM Education Programs in Page County.

Healthcare Connections in Page County

Patient Visits to The University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics: 368

Number of tests performed by the State Hygienic Lab: 1,203

124 clinical tests. The primary mission of the Disease Control Division is to test human specimens, food and water for diseases of public health significance to protect the citizens of Iowa.

222 environmental tests. The Environmental Health Division routinely monitors private and public drinking water, private wells, streams and lakes, wastewater, air, soil and food for contaminants of potential environmental and public health concern.

857 newborn screenings. The Newborn Screening section identifies infants at risk for more than 50 inherited conditions by testing a small blood spot obtained from a simple heel-stick shortly after birth.

Page County I-Club