Siouxland Nephrology welcomes Dr. Caridad Tan
Sioux City, IA - St. Luke’s Clinic Network is pleased to welcome Caridad Tan, MD, FACP, to Siouxland Nephrology. Tan joins Dr. Jerold Erlandson already in practice at Siouxland Nephrology.
Tan has more than 15 years of health care experience in the Siouxland community. Prior to joining Siouxland Nephrology, Tan was employed with Trinity Regional Medical Center in Fort Dodge, Sanford Nephrology in Sioux Falls and Renal Associates in Sioux City.
Tan holds a Bachelor of Science in Nursing. She received her Doctor of Medicine from Our Lady of Fatima College of Medicine in Manila, Philippines. She completed her residency in Internal Medicine at The Brooklyn Hospital in Brooklyn, New York and a Fellowship in Nephrology at State University of New York, also in Brooklyn.
Tan is board certified in Nephrology and Internal Medicine. She is a member of the American Society of Nephrology, American Medical Association, Renal Physician Association and South Dakota Medical Association. In addition, she is a Fellow with the American College of Physicians.
Siouxland Nephrology is conveniently located in Physician Center Two, Suite 402A on the campus of St. Luke’s Regional Medical Center. For more information, call 712-252-8191.
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About St. Luke’s:
St. Luke's Regional Medical Center is part of St. Luke's Health System, serving the tri-state Siouxland area. Our focus is - and will always be - patient-centered care to improve the health of the people of Siouxland. With 1,200 employees and nearly 85,000 patients cared for annually, St. Luke’s is an anchor of support for the Siouxland community.
St. Luke's offers full-service healthcare with a range of inpatient and outpatient services, specialty and family healthcare clinics, and healthcare screenings and community benefit programs. St. Luke's is also planning for the future of healthcare through its affiliation with St. Luke’s College. With a strong focus on safety and quality, St. Luke’s has built a long-standing reputation of improving lives through advanced treatment and health education.
For more information, visit www.stlukes.org.