News & Events

  • Community Pre-diabetes Class

    Community Pre-diabetes Class

    What You Can Do To Prevent Diabetes Wednesday, May 23 from 5 – 7 pm Hospital Conference Room 3 Cost: $30 (includes light supper) Guests/Spouses: $5 This small group class is taught by our diabetes nurse and our dietician. Learn how to lower your chance of getting diabetes by being active, losing weight and making better food choices. SMALL changes

  • Home Medical Equipment Wellness Fair

    Home Medical Equipment Wellness Fair

    HERE TO SERVE A HEALTHIER YOU Tuesday, May 22 8 am – 5 pm Avera Home Medical Equipment Sioux Center 38 19th St. SW | Sioux Center, IA 51250 FREE SEMINAR BY AVERA Topic: Sleeping Tips and Tricks 1 – 2 pm DISCOVER TOOLS TO ENHANCE YOUR HEALTH • Free CPAP Equipment Cleaning and Check – bring

  • Babysitter Lessons and Safety Training Class

    Babysitter Lessons and Safety Training Class

    Saturday, June 2 from 8:30 – 12:30 pm Early Childhood Center The class is limited to 24 participants. Must be 11 years old to attend. Cost is $15. Please bring your favorite doll or teddy bear to the class. TOPICS TO BE COVERED: • First Aid • Choking • Emergency Plans • Poison Control • Nutritious

  • Sports Physicals and Annual Wellness Exams

    Sports Physicals and Annual Wellness Exams

    Now is a good time to get your family’s SPORTS PHYSICALS AND ANNUAL WELLNESS EXAMS. We offer a comprehensive head-to-toe evaluation and review immunizations of your child’s current health status during their appointment. Most insurance plans cover an annual wellness exam and physical with no co-pay required. ATTENTION: A new law requires students to have their first dose of a meningitis

  • Simple way to get your wellness screenings in 2 locations

    Simple way to get your wellness screenings in 2 locations

    We all know that wellness screenings are important. That’s why Sioux Center Health is offering the first 50 people to sign up a SPECIAL $10 DISCOUNT for the A1C diabetes screening test made possible by the Sioux Center Kiwanis Club. Sioux Center: April 23 – 27 from 8 – 11 am Hull: April 26 from 8 –

  • Dr. Mark Stelzer’s Retirement Open House

    Dr. Mark Stelzer’s Retirement Open House

    Please join us for a community open house as we celebrate the retirement of Mark Stelzer, MD TUESDAY, MAY 1 3 – 5 PM SIOUX CENTER HEALTH’S TOWN CENTER Come and thank Dr. Stelzer for his 36 years of service to our health ministry.

  • Women of Excellence 2018

    Women of Excellence 2018

    Please join us in congratulating Marilyn Ver Meer, Nursing/Quality Officer, on her recognition last night as the Woman of Excellence 2018 in the category of Women Striving to Improve the Quality of Life. This award honors a woman who leads others to greater understanding and respect for themselves and the world in which they live.

  • Congratulations to Abby Van Zee, ARNP

    Congratulations to Abby Van Zee, ARNP

    We are pleased to announce that Abby Van Zee, ARNP has completed her Wound Certification. In December of 2017, she completed her clinical wound rotation for Wound Ostomy Continence program through the WEB nursing education program. Abby has worked at Sioux Center Health for the past 16 years in various nursing positions. She received her

  • Iowa Medicare Beneficiaries Will Soon Receive a New Medicare Card

    Iowa Medicare Beneficiaries Will Soon Receive a New Medicare Card

    Des Moines – Identity theft affects everyone, including Iowans on Medicare.  To help protect your identity, Medicare is mailing new Medicare cards between April 2018 and April 2019. “This is a welcome and important change that will affect many Iowans,” Iowa Insurance Commissioner Doug Ommen said. “We hear often about this issue and SHIIP is

  • Multiple Sclerosis Support Group for Patients & Caregivers

    Multiple Sclerosis Support Group for Patients & Caregivers

    Monday, March 26  |  5 – 6 pm Crown Pointe Gathering Room Guest Speaker: Eric Forseth, Dordt College Provost Dordt College Provost Eric Forseth’s life has given him a unique perspective on pain and struggles. When he was a child, his mother was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis. After his wife received the same diagnosis, Forseth felt called