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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

  • Consider Changes to Easter Traditions to Prevent Virus Spread

    Consider Changes to Easter Traditions to Prevent Virus Spread

    Sioux Center Health recognizes Easter will look differently for families this year and we remind you to consider adapting traditions to prevent the spread of COVID-19. The following are ideas for a safer Easter celebration: – Watch church services online with your immediate family. Many churches are posting services and sermons online during the COVID-19

  • PA-C joins Sioux Center and Hawarden Medical Clinics

    PA-C joins Sioux Center and Hawarden Medical Clinics

    A new physician assistant is joining Sioux Center Health’s line up of family-focused practitioners this month. Thirty-seven-year-old Leslee Graff will begin seeing patients Friday, March 13. Graff said her role will include many of the same tasks completed by a family doctor, including taking medical histories, doing physical exams, ordering lab tests and X-rays and

  • No need to panic but should stay vigilant in regards to COVID-19 (coronavirus)

    No need to panic but should stay vigilant in regards to COVID-19 (coronavirus)

    “The biggest thing we as a community should do is stay home if you’re sick,” said Dr. Scott Rens, a family physician with Sioux Center Health. “The danger in this virus is that it’s jumped from spreading from more than just close contact, there’s more of a community spread.” That’s being seen in the states