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.
In addition to the main hospital in Sioux City, Mercy-Sioux City owns rural hospitals in Primghar, Iowa, and Oakland, Nebraska, manages hospitals in Pender, Nebraska and Hawarden, Iowa, and operates a primary care clinic network, specialty care clinics and home health services. Mercy also partners with other community healthcare providers to sponsor a regional cancer center, paramedic services, hospice services, a freestanding surgery center and a variety of other health services.
Mercy has earned more national recognition for quality patient outcomes than any other hospital in the region. The medical center has earned multiple honors for its leadership and excellence in several clinical areas including cardiac care, orthopedic services, vascular surgery, stroke care and cancer care.
Mercy-Sioux City is also home to the only Level II Trauma Center in western Iowa, and provides a vital, lifesaving link to rural areas via Mercy Air Care, the hospital's helicopter ambulance service.
Mercy Medical Center-Sioux City is a member of Mercy Health Network and CHE Trinity, Livonia, Michigan. Mercy Sioux City is the only Catholic hospital in the Sioux City area, and works together with the churches and schools in the Diocese of Sioux City to promote the ministry of the Church. As Mercy continues to position itself as Siouxland's most trusted health partner for life, it will always keep in focus its central mission - providing extraordinary care for patients in the communities it serves.