Faith-Based Health Ministry

Welcome to Sioux Center Health!

Sioux Center Health is a faith-based, not-for-profit health ministry committed to providing comprehensive health care and health-related services in Northwest Iowa. We are honored and blessed to provide a state-of-the-art hospital and medical clinics to serve physical, mental, and spiritual health needs of all individuals. As a health ministry guided by Christian values, we are committed to consistently delivering an excellent experience to every person at every encounter through the healing ministry of Jesus.

At Sioux Center Health, we are here to serve you and your family throughout our entire continuum of care in a safe, private, and healing environment. With 400+ health care professionals working in our facility, we will provide you and your family with quality health care services — regardless of your ability to pay. We offer these services through our mission to bring hope, health, and healing to life. From birth, to end of life, and every stage in between, we hope you choose Sioux Center Health. We believe our coordinated services (through family medicine providers) are the best option for a lifetime of integrated care. We thank you for your generosity, your prayers, and your continued support.

Our Mission

To bring hope, health,
and healing to life.
 

Our Vision

Guided by Christian values, we commit to consistently deliver
an excellent experience to every person at every encounter.

Our Values

Hospitality  l  Compassion
Respect  l  Justice

Our Keys To Excellence

  • Ministry – Be the hands and feet of Jesus’ healing ministry
  • People – Be the partner of choice for employees, physicians, and leaders
  • Service – Consistently deliver an excellent experience to every person at every encounter
  • Quality – Deliver the best outcomes for every person
  • Financial Stewardship – Improve financial stability

Over 60 years ago, a group of local leaders from Sioux Center envisioned a community hospital to serve the health needs of our community. In 1951 that vision became a reality when the new hospital building was constructed and the doors were opened.

  • 1951: Sioux Center Community Hospital Opened
  • 1972: OB/ER/Lab Addition
  • 1985: Hospital Replacement
  • 1986: Outpatient Clinic Opened
  • 1998: Remodeled OB/ER/Lab
  • 2004: Purchased Sioux Center and Hull Medical Clinics
  • 2009: Purchased Land for Replacement Facility
  • 2014: Sioux Center Health Opened New Facility
  • 2019: Purchased Hawarden Medical Clinic

In 2014, Sioux Center Health opened a new 123,500 square feet facility that provides family-centered care throughout all stages of life. The beautifully designed facility was based on Psalm 23 that gives patients a healing environment for maximum patient safety, privacy, and comfort. The facility houses many departments such as the medical clinic, specialty clinic, surgery center, emergency, therapy center, inpatient care, and more.

The hospital is a 19-bed acute care facility with a “swing bed” (skilled nursing) program for a continued stay after being dismissed from acute care. Through a partnership with Avera, electronic ICU is provided for intensive care monitoring so patients can stay close to home while receiving around-the-clock care.

Our three medical clinics in Sioux Center, Hawarden, and Hull feature experienced family medicine providers who care for patients with health concerns or routine checkups. The hospital continues to offer a variety of specialty clinics and outreach services allowing patients to stay close to home.

The Birthing Center offers expectant mothers the total comfort of home and peace of mind. The Birthing Center features two spacious birthing rooms, four postpartum suites, whirlpool spas, wireless internet, and comfortable family rooms and snack bar.

For local area seniors, the organization provides a full continuum of senior living facilities. Royale Meadows a 69-bed skilled nursing facility, provides 24-hour nursing care in a newer state-of-the-art homelike setting. Crown Pointe and Franken Manor Independent/Assisted Living facilities offer a variety of services that promote independence and choice in a supervised and caring environment.

As the town continues to grow, so do the health needs of the community. Sioux Center Health remains involved in community education and support programs, physical therapy, child daycare, occupational health services, community health screenings, cardiac rehabilitation, memory diagnostics, and an extensive home health and hospice program.

Senior Leadership

  • Cory Nelson, Chief Executive Officer
  • Scott Rens, MD, Chief Medical Officer
  • April Albertson, Clinic Services Officer
  • Karen Bentsen, Senior Services Officer
  • Andrew Geleynse, Outpatient Services Officer
  • Joe Heitritter, Support Services Officer
  • Monica Sedelmeier, Chief Quality Officer
  • Stacia Schulze, Chief Nursing Officer
  • Kari Timmer, Chief Financial Officer
  • Theresa Tucker, Human Resources Officer

Executive Board of Directors

  • Tim Byl, President
  • Doug Van Meeteren, Vice-President
  • Kyle Hiemstra, Secretary
  • Jeff Timmer, Treasurer
  • Nathan Bakker
  • Terry Boote
  • Josh Bowar
  • Lisa Christians
  • Lynne Hagen
  • Curt Hohman
  • Yvonne Rayborn, MD
  • Neil Van Schouwen

About Sioux Center, Iowa 

City of Sioux Center: https://www.siouxcenter.org/
Sioux Center Chamber of Commerce: https://www.siouxcenterchamber.com/ 

Contact Information

Sioux Center Health

About Sioux Center, Iowa