Scholarships Available for Healthcare Professionals

Sioux Center Health Foundation is providing scholarships again to area high school students and community members who are actively pursuing a career in healthcare. This year the Foundation will award scholarships to: - Seniors from area high schools will be awarded $750. Seniors can be from Sioux Center, Hull Western Christian, Boyden-Hull, Unity Christian, Netherlands Reformed, and Trinity Christian. - Employee…

National Donor Day for February

February 14th is not only celebrated as Valentine's Day; it is also observed as National Donor Day, and is just another way for you to show love, care, and compassion. This day helps to convey a very important message and we want to help spread awareness. You  can spread awareness around National Donor Day by sharing this post. Additionally, you…

For Your Loved Ones, Take Care of Your Heart

It’s the sweetheart month, and many folks will be thinking flowers, chocolates and celebratory suppers. Boxes of candy are nice, but if you really want to prove your devotion, focus instead on the health of your heart. As Americans, one out of every three of us will face heart disease. It could be you or me. The facts are sobering:…

American Heart Month

February is American Heart Month and for the entire month, we want you to ask yourself, what would I do without a heart? Plus, did you know that heart disease is the leading cause of death in the United States? Your heart is one of the most important organs within your body, therefore, you should do all you can to…

New Family Physician Joining Sioux Center Health

Sioux Center Health is excited to announce the addition of Casie Leightner, MD to the Sioux Center Health team. Dr. Leightner was born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin and is a graduate from Carroll University. She obtained her Doctorate in Medicine and Masters in Public Health from the Medical College of Wisconsin.  After obtaining her medical degree she completed her residency training in family…

National Birth Defects Prevention Month

Having a baby is one of the most precious and most beautiful moments a mom and dad could ever ask for. You get to see your little prince or princess for the first time ever and before that, you may even have a beautiful pregnancy story and journey. What’s not to love? Unfortunately, pregnancy is not all rainbows and sunshine…

National Winter Sports Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) Awareness Month

It’s winter and for many, that means snow and with snow, there are plenty of winter sports and fun. It’s an annual practice for many states in the US to host winter games as professional sporting events or just a time of fun for the community and visitors. Although there is much to do, safety is highly encouraged, as winter…

2021 Community Report Overview

Our annual report showcases some of the major achievements we’ve accomplished and the impact our organization has made by improving quality services to the communities we serve. • Recruiting physicians, advanced practice providers, and specialists • Collaboration with community members • COVID-19 pandemic efforts • Better access to health care • Growing Community Building Project Click here to read the…

National Safe Toys and Gifts Month with Child & Family Services

It's the month of December, so you know what that means...fun and family time for the holidays. Well, that and it's National Safe Toys and Gifts Month. This month, we practice gift-giving to show the people and pets in our lives that we love and care for them dearly, especially those adorable little grandkids, nieces, and nephews. So, the last…

National Influenza Vaccination Week (Dec. 5–11) with the CDC

This year, the CDC has declared December 5-11 as National Influenza Vaccination Week (NIVW). This has become somewhat of an annual custom aimed at reminding those who have not yet taken their shot that they still have a bit of time to do so. With the winter season, we know that the flu can become quite a challenge for many.…

Hospice Care

Hospice care is something that many people are now considering for their loved ones and since you are on this page, you may be one of those persons. You may have heard some rumors about it or maybe nothing at all. Well, whichever the case, in this post, we will help you to get a better understanding of this form…

New Visiting Guidelines for Crown Pointe Estates Care Center

CMS has changed the visiting guidance for long term care! CMS strongly encourages all visitors to become vaccinated and we will continue to educate and encourage visitors to become vaccinated. Short list of changes: - All visitors can come at any time to visit their loved ones. - There are no more schedules (Signup Genius) or time limits on visits…