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Welcome to Sioux Center Health

We are honored to build a state-of-the-art hospital and medical clinic for your family. Sioux Center Health is everything we hoped for — and more. Your family will receive quality health care in a safe, private, and healing environment for decades to come.

As a health ministry guided by Christian values, our 400+ health care professionals will provide you and your family with quality health care services — regardless of ability to pay. We offer these services through our mission to bring hope, health, and healing to life.

From annual check-ups to specialized surgeries, we hope you choose Sioux Center Health. We believe our coordinated services (through family medicine providers) is the best option for a lifetime of integrated care. We thank you for your continued support.

Latest News

  • Healthy Heroes 5K Race / 1-mile Family Fun Walk

    Healthy Heroes 5K Race / 1-mile Family Fun Walk

    Sioux Center Health, Promise Community Health Center, and Community Health Partners are partnering together for the 3rd Annual Healthy Heroes 5k & 1-mile run/walk on Saturday, August 22 in the Children’s Park, Sioux Center. The day starts at 9 am with a kid friendly 5K through the colorful Dordt Prairie. Around 10:30 am the energetic and dynamic Sioux

  • Bridging The Gap Medical Interpreter Training

    Bridging The Gap Medical Interpreter Training

    APPLICATION INFORMATION Bridging the Gap is a 40-hour professional development program that prepares bilingual individuals to work as medical interpreters. It is used to train novice and experienced medical interpreters, and it is accepted by both accredited national certifying bodies, the Certification Commission for Healthcare Interpreters (CCHI) and the National Board of Certification for Medical Interpreters

  • 3 New Therapists Join Sioux Center Health

    3 New Therapists Join Sioux Center Health

    Improving quality of life through therapy From pediatrics to geriatrics, therapy can improve the quality of life for many. With the growing number of therapy services available, Sioux Center Health has added three new therapists to its team to provide services in Sioux Center and Hull. Sioux Center Health providers, Evan Wiersma and Tarah Kooima,