Osceola Community Hospital
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Find out more about top-quality, personalized health care for yourself and your family. Contact Osceola Community Hospital for more information.
Osceola Community Hospital is a locally owned, private, nonprofit, health care organization located in Sibley, IA, providing inpatient, outpatient and community health services to the citizens of Osceola County and the surrounding area.
Osceola Community Hospital has 25 beds for acute patients along with skilled and intermediate care patients and also includes one bed for coronary intensive care.
Our relationship with Avera Health in Sioux Falls, SD, enables us to improve access to a broader range of health care services, enhance development of new programs and services, and provide a complete continuum of care for all patients.
Innovative Health Services Close to Home
At Osceola Community Hospital, you benefit from evidence-based care with a strong focus on your safety and comfort for the best possible outcomes. We provide for the needs of the people in our region with quality, cost-effective, accessible health care services, featuring the latest technology including:
You and your doctor also can take advantage of Avera’s innovative eCARE™ telemedicine services for consultations in a wide range of medical specialists.
When you or your loved ones face a health challenge or life with a chronic condition, you want the best possible care for your situation. Trust Osceola Community Hospital for quality services that include:
Explore the additional health services you can access when you choose Avera.
Schedule a Physician Appointment
Call Avera Medical Group Sibley at 712-754-3658 to arrange a physician appointment. Tell us the reason for your visit so we can set up the right span of time. Once you schedule an appointment, plan to arrive 15 minutes early.
Outreach Specialty Care
We offer many outreach specialty services, with visiting physicians in specialties such as cardiology; ear, nose and throat; mental health; oncology; ophthalmology; orthopedics; podiatry and foot care; surgery; bariatrics (weight loss surgery) and urology. For an appointment to see a visiting physician, ask your physician or call 712-754-3658.
Osceola Community’s surgical suites are 600 square feet in size providing space for the latest surgical equipment and procedures. Our surgery team uses the latest in surgical techniques to perform procedures in a caring, compassionate environment for the best results possible. In addition to general surgery, we offer podiatric surgery and orthopedic procedures locally, including total hip and knee replacements.
Osceola Community Hospice provides caring, support and compassion for people with a terminal illness and their families. Hospice care helps people experience greater quality of life, with pain and symptoms under control. We address the total physical, spiritual, social and psychological needs of hospice patients and their families. Hospice is provided where patients are: in homes, retirement centers or nursing homes. Hospice team members visit to provide physical and spiritual care, answer questions, teach skills, and help make each day as full of life as possible. Professionals are on call 24 hours a day for special needs. Hospice volunteers are always welcome. To learn more call 712-754-4611.
Visiting Hours & Patient Information
Because families and caregiver networks play an important role in your health and recovery, encourage them to visit while you stay with us—they’re welcome any time. Check with our staff for visitor options that best fit your recovery plan.
Find out how to prepare for your hospital stay at Osceola Community Hospital. When you’re ready to return home or when you need additional care, you benefit from our care coordination activities that connect you with in-home services, local facilities and community resources to support your recovery and next steps.
Learn more about advance directives, patient rights and responsibilities and privacy practices, also in Spanish.
Pay My Bill
You can pay your hospital bill online or get more information by calling a patient account representative at 712-754-2574.
- All co-payments are due and payable at the time of service.
- If you receive care for a work related injury, notify the receptionist when you arrive for your appointment.
- View our billing and collections policy (English) (Spanish).
Help us submit your claims to your insurance company, Medicare or Medicaid by giving our business office accurate insurance policy information. You’re also responsible for negotiating with your insurance carrier.
- All Osceola Community Hospital providers participate in Medicare and Medicaid.
- If you’re without insurance, ask us about payment plans to help you cover the cost of care, or view our financial assistance policy (English) (Spanish), summary (English) (Spanish) and application (English) (Spanish).
Excellent Career Opportunities
Join Avera, the Upper Midwest's health care leader, for an inspiring and exciting career. Search the possibilities below:
Avera also offers many classes for health care professionals and other opportunities for health care professionals, including programs for pharmacy residency, radiologic technology and emergency medical services.
Contribute your time, talents and skills by volunteering at Osceola Community Hospital or hospice. Volunteers fill a variety of roles that make a difference in the lives of patients and their families. To learn more about volunteer options call the hospital at 712-754-2574 or hospice at 712-754-4611
Volunteers are also needed at New Beginnings, a second-hand thrift store in downtown Sibley operated by volunteers, providing help to people in need in the community. This includes help to children at Bright Beginnings day care. If you are interested in volunteering at the thrift store, call 712-754-9997.
News and Events
Check out health-related classes and events at Avera. Find information on local news and events, including classes, support groups and health screenings.
Discover Osceola Community Hospital
Our mission is to serve together to heal body, mind and spirit, to improve the health of our community, and to be good stewards of the resources entrusted to us. During our 50-year history, many updates to the facility, equipment and service lines have been accomplished. In recent years major additions have included the Physicians’ Office Complex, the Heartwood Heights senior apartment complex, Wellness & Rehab Center and a community-wide child care center, the only licensed child care center in the county.
Discover more about Osceola Community Hospital:
Explore life in the community of Sibley, including amenities of the community, food, lodging, recreational opportunities and more.
Osceola Community Hospital Foundation
Your gift to support the Osceola Community Hospital Foundation will help to improve the health and quality of life of people of this community through health care that is as modern as medical research and development can make it. To learn about giving options, call 712-754-2574.
Osceola Community Hospital Receives First Donation of Grain Commodities
The Osceola Community Hospital Auxiliary plays a role in the success and expansion of the hospital by raising money to purchase needed equipment. By means of their donations to the hospital, the Auxiliary helps to curtail expenses and improve patient services. Currently, the Hospital Auxiliary has about 200 members. If you are interested in becoming a member of this dedicated team call 712-754-2574.
As a recipient of Federal financial assistance, Osceola Community Hospital does not exclude, deny benefits to, or otherwise discriminate against any person on the basis of race, color, national origin, disability, or age in admission to, participation in, or receipt of the services and benefits under any of its programs and activities, whether carried out by Osceola Community Hospital or through a contractor or any other entity with which programs or activities are arranged.
This statement is in accordance with the provisions of Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, the Age Discrimination Act of 1975, and Regulations of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services issued pursuant to these statutes of the Title 45 Code of Federal Regulations Part 80, 84, and 91.