Siouxland Community Health Center - Sioux City Community Health Center
1021 Nebraska St
Sioux City IA, 51105
Contact Phone:(712) 252-2477
Clinic Details:We offer care that is culturally competent and matched to patient needs, including direct interpretation services in multiple languages including Spanish, Vietnamese, French, Somali, and Oromo. Our partnership with various agencies throughout the community, as well as multiple service sites is part of our patient-centered approach.
Details: Living the traditions, visions and values of the Sisters of Mercy, Mercy Medical Center-Sioux City is a regional medical center that meets the needs of residents in a 33-county area of western Iowa, eastern Nebraska and southeastern South Dakota.
Details: Siouxland Mental Health Center serves all individuals within Woodbury County for the treatment of mental illness. While the main SMHC facility is located in an urban neighborhood of Sioux City, SMHC has partnered with several agencies in the community to establish alternative sites to increase accessibility to mental health care. This includes having mental health therapists stationed within the Sioux City School District, Western Iowa Tech, and Juvenile Court Services. Siouxland Mental Health Center stations a Care Coordinator in both hospitals, Mercy Medical and UnityPoint Health Systems, to assist patients with mental illness in receiving services within the community and to reduce unnecessary hospital admissions and Emergency Room visits.
Details: St. Luke's Regional Medical Center is a 158-staffed bed hospital and a member of UnityPoint Health. It is one of the region's most patient and family-centered hospitals, delivering innovative care to communities in the tri-state area including Iowa, Nebraska and South Dakota and providing a variety of services. UnityPoint Health - St. Luke's treats more than 77,000 patients annually through a comprehensive range of services.
Details: The Women and Children's Center specializes in providing inpatient addiction and co-occurring disorder treatment to pregnant women and women with children. This program is unique because children attend treatment with their mother so the family can recover together.