News & Events

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

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

    Sioux Center Health and Promise Community Health Center are partnering together for the 2nd Annual Healthy Heroes 5k & 1-mile run/walk on Saturday, September 21 in the Children’s Park, Sioux Center. September is National Childhood Obesity Month. We would love to have you and your families join us for a morning of fun, learning, and

  • Memory Loss Lunch and Learn

    Memory Loss Lunch and Learn

    Monday, August 26 from 11 am – 1 pm American State Bank, Hull Is your loved one forgetful? Do they suffer from memory impairment, dementia, Alzheimer’s, Lewy body dementia, or Parkinson disease? Are you overwhelmed as a caregiver and need more information? Join us for a free informative discussion and luncheon as we explain the

  • Make Sure That You Stay Hydrated This Summer with These Tips

    Warm days and breezy nights summon you to spend more time outdoors in the summer. However, you can easily become dehydrated in the hot weather. The combination of dehydration and heat can cause heat stroke or heat exhaustion. Dehydration is more common than you think, and you may not recognize it until it’s too late.

  • The Importance of Taking Time to Relax

    When you make your to-do list for the following day, do you leave yourself time to relax? With doctors advising that you need to get more exercise and a long list of retirement plans stacking up, you might not feel like you have a free moment. But relaxation can be just as beneficial for your

  • Relearning Dutch Bingo

    Relearning Dutch Bingo

    By David Janssen, MD Have you ever played Dutch bingo? Despite the name, no numbers or cards are required. When two people of Dutch descent meet one another, “Dutch bingo” describes the typical practice of naming relatives and friends until they find a way to connect themselves. Having grown up in heavily Dutch Sioux County, I used to

  • How to Get Dad to Go to the Doctor

    Due to the well-known fact that most men don’t like going to the doctor, getting your dad to receive regular checkups is probably one of the biggest challenges that almost all sons and daughters will eventually face. The good news is that there are many successful ways to encourage your dad to go see a

  • Annual Swinging Fore Scholarship Foundation Golf Tournament

    Annual Swinging Fore Scholarship Foundation Golf Tournament

    YOUR SUPPORT By your support and participation in our Swinging Fore Scholarship Foundation Golf Benefit, you will help provide scholarships to area high school students and community members who are actively pursuing or continuing their education in a health care career. By your contributions last year, the Foundation was able to award $26,250 in scholarships to high school students, college students, employees, and employee family

  • Welcome Claire Rozeboom, PA-C

    Welcome Claire Rozeboom, PA-C

    Sioux Center Health welcomed a new physician assistant to its medical team. Claire Rozeboom of Sioux Center is excited to join the team as of April 22. She will work at the Sioux Center and Hull medical clinics and help with urgent care. “It feels like a coming home moment,” said Rozeboom, 27. Rozeboom, an

  • Happy 5 Years to Sioux Center Health

    Happy 5 Years to Sioux Center Health

    Sioux Center Health would like to thank you for your support, your prayers, and for choosing our facilities for your health care needs. To show our appreciation, please join us for a fun evening as we celebrate 5 years in the new hospital. Thursday, May 16 4 – 7 pm Sioux Center Health Parking Lot

  • 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