What is a Community Hospital?
A community hospital is here to serve the public, offering healthcare to everyone, along with health education and outreach programs to benefit the entire community.
As Siouxland’s community hospital, we fulfill this definition in every way, right down to our tagline – For the life of Siouxland.
As a community hospital, St. Luke’s offers community benefits, including financial assistance, uncompensated care and programs focused on bettering Siouxland’s health and medical services, giving people improved access to care.
In 2009, St. Luke’s provided nearly $9.5 million in community benefits to Siouxland, serving more than 40,000 residents in our community.
Education and Outreach
St. Luke’s continues to serve Sioux City and its surrounding communities with healthcare education events, health improvement programs like Spirit of Women and free publications. Our staff members also serve as an extension of our outreach program, giving back through volunteer work.
Health, Today and Tomorrow
St. Luke’s gives back to Sioux City, investing in health improvements through
St. Luke’s Health Foundation and educating future healthcare professionals at
St. Luke’s College. St. Luke’s also places an emphasis on improving children’s health as a Children’s Miracle Network hospital.