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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

  • Managing Stress During the Pandemic

    Managing Stress During the Pandemic

    What is stress? The National Institute of Health defines stress as “the brain’s response to any demand.” Stress may cause feelings of emotional strain and pressure. How harmful stress will be to an individual ultimately depends on its intensity, duration, and treatment. Pandemic refers to an epidemic that has spread over several countries or continents,

  • Honor your loved one this holiday season.

    Honor your loved one this holiday season.

    During the Christmas season, our thoughts turn to those we love – our family and friends who celebrate the joy of the season with us; and those who are no longer here but whose memory burns brightly in our hearts. We invite you and your family to honor your loved one this season by participating

  • Sioux Center Health Welcomes New ARNP

    Sioux Center Health Welcomes New ARNP

    Sioux Center Health welcomes a new nurse practitioner to join the Sioux Center Medical Clinic beginning of November. Twenty-eight-year-old Valerie Van Zandbergen of Newkirk is excited to work in the county she’s been a part of since 2010. Having grown up on a farm near Kanawha in north central Iowa, she first came to Sioux