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Where We Practice

Family Medicine Center

The Family Medicine Center is the model office used for the program. The center closely simulates private practice by providing an ambulatory setting for residents to gain broad experience as primary care physicians to an approved panel of patients. It is conveniently located within five minutes driving time of the two hospitals in Sioux City: Mercy One Siouxland Medical Center and UnityPoint–St. Luke's. 

Exterior image of the Sioux City clinical location

Our facility is a model of dedicated education areas as well as efficient clinical space. The two-story building, totaling approximately 32,000 square feet, allows us to continue our tradition of excellence in current programs and introduce new initiatives in medical education. 

Level One houses all of the patient care areas. Two exam pods, with 12 exam rooms each, balance the floor plan. Also included are faculty staffing rooms, private dictation rooms, laboratory, X-ray, procedure rooms, nursing areas, a patient education room, medical records room, and a spacious lobby. 

Level Two offers space devoted almost entirely to education. This includes a large conference room with multimedia capabilities, multiple smaller conference rooms, a library, a resting room, office cubicles for residents, a resident lounge area, and faculty physician offices. 

UnityPoint Health 

St. Luke's Regional Medical Center 

UnityPoint Health–St. Luke's is a patient- and family-centered hospital that delivers compassionate care to families in the tri-state area of Iowa, Nebraska, and South Dakota.  

St. Luke's offers a full range of services and programs. From our state-of-the-art surgical center and the area's most recognized birth center to 24/7 cardiovascular care and a Level III emergency department. 

Mercy One Siouxland Medical Center 

Mercy One Siouxland Medical Center-Sioux City is a regional medical center that serves western Iowa, eastern Nebraska, and southeastern South Dakota. 

In addition to the main hospital in Sioux City, Mercy One–Sioux City operates a Level II trauma center, primary care clinic network, specialty care clinics and home health services, paramedic services, hospice services, and a freestanding surgery center.