4th of July Safety Tips

The 4th of July is just around the corner, and we know that this time of the year has many festivities and celebrations. We want to help you keep safe while having fun with family and friends this July. So in this post, we will share a few tips that you can use to keep your loved ones and yourself…

National Stroke Awareness Month

May is National Stroke Awareness Month. How much do you know about a stroke? Like, what is it, how is caused, who is more likely to suffer a stroke? What are its signs and symptoms, how is it diagnosed and treated, and is there a way to prevent it? With this post, we want to spread stroke awareness by helping…

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 in the Loving Tree Project.…

The Best Stress Relieving Activities You Should Know

Stress has a way to disrupt our lives and make things harder for us no matter how old we are or what we are doing at the time that it happens. Although we hope to have everything prepared for our lives when retirement comes around the corner, these hopes may not come true because life isn’t perfect, and nothing ever…

Tips to Keep your Heart Healthy

Health Priority When you were younger, staying fit and healthy was your top priority. However, as time passed it started becoming more difficult to put in the amount of work as you did when you were younger. Although you are struggling with finding the time, motivation, and energy to stay healthy and fit, it does not mean you should give…

Winter Safety – Tips to Avoid Falls

Wintertime is one of the most anticipated seasons since we look forward to celebrating the holidays with our loved ones along with the chance of seeing snow either for our very first time or the millionth time. Although winter and the holidays should be filled with happy and loving memories, it does not always end up like that, especially for…

Boyden-Hull: Order Red T-Shirts for American Heart Month

Sioux Center Health Foundation and American State Bank are hosting a Red Out on FRIDAY, JANUARY 31. Come and show your support for American Heart Month as Boyden-Hull Comets takes on the West Lyon Wildcats. T-shirt color/style: Red Gildan  $12 Youth Short Sleeve $15 Youth Long Sleeve $15 Adult Short Sleeve $20 Adult Long Sleeve Orders and payment due: Friday,…

Bridging The Gap Medical Interpreter Training

APPLICATION INFORMATION Bridging the Gap is a 40-hour professional development program that prepares bilingual individuals to work as medical interpreters. It is used to train novice and experienced medical interpreters, and it is accepted by both accredited national certifying bodies, the Certification Commission for Healthcare Interpreters (CCHI) and the National Board of Certification for Medical Interpreters (NBCMI). No interpreting experience is…

Tips for Staying Healthy this Holiday Season

Keeping up with a healthy lifestyle can be easy during the warmer months, but once the cold months start approaching, it can make it difficult to continue with our healthy habits especially because of the holiday dishes. Although those savory holiday dishes are something, we all look forward to it does not mean that we should be stuffing our faces…

Our 2019 Report to the Community

COMMUNITY REPORT OVERVIEW ALWAYS IMPROVING - Recruit family medicine physicians and advanced practice providers - Increase specialty services ALWAYS TRANSFORMING - Enhance technology - Better access to care ALWAYS GROWING - New healthcare services - Building project “Growing Community” Capital Campaign Click here to read the exciting news happening at Sioux Center Health!

The Most Common Allergens Hiding in Your House

When winter is upon us, we tend to stay home instead of venturing out in the brutally cold weather. Although it is nice to stay warm and avoid becoming sick due to the cold air, it does not mean that it will protect us from the allergy triggers that are lurking around in our homes. Once our furnace is turned…

Sioux Center Health Provides $3.8 Million In Community Benefits

Sioux Center Health provides $3,817,005 in community benefits to Sioux County, according to a recently completed assessment of those programs and services. That amount, based on 2018 figures, includes $1,234,688 in uncompensated care and $156,692 in free or discounted community benefits that Sioux Center Health specifically implemented to help Sioux County residents. Community benefits are activities to improve health status…