Location Profile

Sioux City, Iowa

Facility Type
Acute Care - General
Facility Location
Sioux City, Iowa
Teaching Facility
Trauma Center
Number of Beds

Hospital Overview

The healthcare provider is located in Sioux City, Iowa, and is part of one of the most integrated health systems in the nation. For over 130 years, the facility is a critical healthcare center for many individuals. The hospital has been recognized nationally for providing world-class care at a low cost. It is highly regarded in emergency services, heart care, and other medical treatments.

This facility is magnet-recognized. This means the facility employs the best-trained and most qualified nurses. There is also a higher nurse-perceived quality of care and unit effectiveness. Nurses are empowered to join committees so they can attain autonomy to build a consensus with an involved team. Job satisfaction, patient satisfaction, and overall safety and quality metrics are cutting-edge in state-of-the-art magnet facilities.

Community Overview

Sioux City is an exciting city located in Northeast Iowa and part of the Siouxland region. As a hub of activity for art, economic development, tourism, and more, it attracts people from all walks of life. A lively downtown district, a thriving cultural scene, and beautiful scenery are just a few reasons to enjoy the area. Sioux City is a twice All-America City and is a regional hub for Northwest Iowa, as well as Southeast South Dakota and Northeast Nebraska. The area is part of the Siouxland region and is a lively city. Highly ranked in Economic Development, Startups and Livability, it’s a diverse cultural center with exciting progress. Sioux City is home to hockey, indoor football and baseball teams and there’s nothing better than a game surrounded by some hometown pride. One of the latest outdoor music events, Saturday in the Park, attracts 50,000 people each year and is a large festival with food, games, fireworks and more.

Learn more about Sioux City at the official city website and explore the area at the county website.

Cost of Living


The Sioux City Community School District features 19 elementary schools, 3 middle schools and 3 high schools -- 2 high schools in the district received the U.S. News and World Report Bronze ranking. With early learning centers, dual language schools, a career academy and other educational options, the district prepares students to the best of their ability. As a recipient of a Future Ready grant from the government, the district has prepared a state-of-the-art curriculum and innovative teaching style for their students. The region is growing significantly, and other school districts in the surrounding area can also serve the students of Sioux City.

Click here to read more about public schools in Sioux City.
Click here to read about private schools in Sioux City.

Once you find the school you are interested in, you will need to contact them directly with any questions you might have.


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Local and Nearby Attractions

You can have the shopping experience you crave in Sioux City, thanks to its abundance of local shops mixed with big brand stores. Downtown Sioux City has a nice selection of specialty stores for gifts, jewelry, antiques and much more. You’ll also find Southern Hills Mall and Marketplace Mall have plenty of stores in which to browse for hours. Southern Hills also includes an AMC theatre with stadium seating and surround sound for the best cinema experience. Experience the arts in Sioux City by listening to a concert at the historic Orpheum Live or viewing exhibits at the Sioux City Arts Center. If museums are more your speed, be sure to check out the Sioux City Public Museum, the Sergeant Floyd River Museum, the Sioux City Railroad Museum, or the Mid-America Museum of Aviation and Transportation. Children can play and explore at the LaunchPAD Children’s Museum while learning about forces of nature, the human body, science and more. Love the outdoors? Take in nature and beauty at the Adams Nature Preserve or go hiking at Stone State Park.

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Crime Rate

Crime rates in Sioux City have decreased by 6% in recent years, and the city remains safer than 20% of the rest of the country. The police department is nationally-accredited and is comprised of 125 sworn officers who work to ensure the safety of the city.

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