Stay caught up on the latest Universal Pediatrics news!

Congratulations LaTisha, LPN for receiving the 2020 Connie J. Freeman "Caregiver of the Year" Award

12/21/2020. LaTisha's commitment to Universal Pediatrics has been 110% every day!

2020 Tour De Lights Hope Sponsor

11/17/2020. Universal Pediatrics is the Make-A-Wish Iowa Hope Sponsor for the 2020 Tour De Lights taking place on 11/21/2020.

DIY Cloth Face Coverings

04/06/2020. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention provide do it yourself face covering instructions.

Saving lives one donation at a time

03/10/2020. The Dubuque office gave blood during a crucial time.

Making blankets for kids at UnityPoint Hospital

03/27/2020. Keeping kids comforted one blanket at a time.

A Message from the CEO Regarding COVID-19

Over the past few weeks, it’s become clear that the world is facing an unprecedented challenge.

Volunteering at Hope Food Pantry

3/05/2020. The Sheldon office staff volunteered at the Sioux Center Hope Food Pantry.

Volunteering at Capstone

2/24/2020. The Newton team served meals to residents and the community at Capstone.

Donating Makes a Difference

12/17/2019. Standing outside for 1-2 hours in December in Iowa isn't easy, but the Newton office did it with a smile and enjoyed visiting with the community.

Singing and Cooking at Gigi's Playhouse

12/12/2019. This holiday season, the West Des Moines office took some time to volunteer at GiGi's Play of Des Moines.

Season of Giving

12/09/2019. South Dakota office and field staff adopt a family from the St. Francis House of Sioux Falls.

2019 "Connie J. Freeman-Caregiver of the Year"

12/06/2019. This year's "Caregiver of the Year" award recipient is Kelly H., RN with the Dubuque office

2019 "Watch Out" winner

12/06/2019. We are excited to announce Stephanie P., RN Clinical Manager, as this year's "Watch Out" award recipient!

2019 "Rookie of the Year"

12/06/2019. Tesha, RN Clinical Manager, of the West Des Moines office was chosen as "Rookie of the Year".

Truly a Miracle Baby

11/29/2019. Braelynn was the smallest surviving baby to go home with family from the Sanford Children's Hospital in South Dakota. Read more to see their story.