Sioux Center Health offers cardiac rehab

After an initial check of his blood pressure, Chad Wynia steps onto a treadmill for a 5-minute fast paced walk. So began his 45 minutes of circuit training at Sioux Center Health Cardiac Rehab on Wednesday, Feb. 10. Wynia starts his work early each Monday, Wednesday, Friday so he can take a break from about 8:15-9 a.m. on those days…

Koelewyn says healthy living pays dividends

When it comes to living healthy during Live Healthy Northwest Iowa, sometimes attainable goals are just what the doctor ordered. Live Healthy Northwest Iowa, an extension of Live Healthy Iowa, started Jan. 11, and runs through March 19. Dr. Jason Koelewyn, a family practice physician at Sioux Center Health, said that people can notice positive health benefits even with small…

Sioux Center Health gets first surgical robotic arm in Sioux County

On Friday, February 19 Sioux Center Health's CEO Cory Nelson and Orthopedic surgeon Bryce Braaksma, DO, of Avera Orthopedics was featured on KCAU News 9 to talk about the newest technology of a surgical robotic arm now available in Sioux County to implement Partial Knee Replacement, Total Knee Replacement, and Joint Replacement (combined). --------------------------------------------- One hospital in Sioux County has…

Growing to serve you and your family

Sioux Center is a growing, vibrant community encompassing residents across the entire lifespan. One reason the community is so vibrant and continues to grow is that the people stay in our community, invest in our community, and remain connected to the community throughout their entire lives. It is important for Sioux Center to have a full continuum of options available…

Public vaccines administered in Sioux Center

Spirits were high Thursday in the Daniel room at New Life Reformed Church in Sioux Center, the site for Sioux Center Health’s public COVID-19 vaccinations. That was the second week members of the public 65 years old and older were being scheduled to receive their first dose of the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine. Sioux Center Health had more than 200 doses…

Active Learning Preschool

Early Childhood Center is now taking enrollment for Active Learning Preschool for children who are 3 years old by September 15, 2021. Active Learning Preschool, based on the High/Scope approach, is consistent with the best practices recommended by the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC), yet has the unique features of (1) a daily plan-do-review sequence which…

Sioux Center Health’s main entrance will be closed on Monday, February 15

Starting Monday, February 15, Sioux Center Health’s main entrance will be closed while work is being completed on the new registration and waiting areas for the hospital, Family Medicine Clinic and Specialty Clinic, and offices. The emergency entrance on the north side will be the only public entrance into the building. The north parking lot A and B will also…

During February, Be Aware of Your Heart Health

Sioux Center Health joins health professionals nationwide to see February – American Heart Month – as a perfect time to review heart health basic facts. There are simple steps everyone can take to reduce the risks of heart disease, especially since it remains the leading cause of death in the nation. Since one in every four deaths can be attributed…
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Physical therapy for bedwetting or other toileting problems in children

Bowel and bladder dysfunctions in children can be frustrating and can cause both social and physical problems for children and for families. Physical therapists at Sioux Center Health work closely with primary care and specialty physicians to help children overcome their problems with toileting. Children are typically ready to be dry during the day by age three or four, although…

Activities to encourage your toddler’s thinking skills

  Your toddler is learning all the time. What may look like simple play is actually one of the key ways your toddler learns about the world. Your toddler’s brain is busy developing the ability to think, comprehend, create and predict what happens next. Watch your toddler think Watch your toddler think during playtime as your child: Takes things apart…

Residents received the COVID-19 Vaccine

A total of 85 residents from Crown Pointe (44), Franken Manor (17) , and Royale Meadows (24) received the COVID-19 vaccine on Saturday, January 16. Staff from Walgreens pharmacies worked with Sioux Center’s Long-Term Care facilities to administer the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine to residents and staff. The vaccinations were being handled through Iowa’s Pharmacy Partnership for Long-Term Care Program. The second…

Sioux County COVID-19 Vaccine Update

Sioux Center Health and all the health care systems in Sioux County are following the Iowa Department of Public Health recommendations for COVID-19 vaccine administration. Vaccine is currently not available to the general public.  As more vaccine  becomes available, additional groups will be eligible to receive the vaccine. What phase are we in?  Iowa is currently in Phase 1A of…