Top 10

Top 10 Wins of 2013

Health accomplished many things on behalf of the people of Sioux Falls in 2013. These are the achievements we consider to be the top wins of the past year.

Health Top 10 Wins of 2013
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MyHealth Patient Portal

MyHealth Patient Portal offers secure online access to Falls Community Health anytime, day or night. By signing up, you will be able to manage your appointments, view lab results, send secure messages to your provider, and view your medication history.

To create a MyHealth account, contact Falls Community Health at (605) 367-8793 or stop by the reception desk for assistance.

Flu Activity Widespread

Health Department urges vaccination as flu activity increases to widespread. People who’ve delayed getting vaccinated for flu may want to proceed now that flu virus activity is widespread in South Dakota, says a state health official.
SDOH news release

Live Well Health Status

The Health Department, in conjunction with the Live Well Sioux Falls Coalition, developed the 2012 Sioux Falls Community Health Status Report. This report will aid in helping you understand the health and well-being of the residents of Sioux Falls.
Community Health Status
Community Health Status Report
Day Care

Day Care Provider Inspections

The City of Sioux Falls Health Department welcomes you to the Family Day Care Home Provider Inspection report website.
Video: Helping You Find the Right Daycare
Day Care Providers
Family Daycare Inspections

Hayward School Based Clinic

In July 2011, the City of Sioux Falls Health Department was awarded a federal grant of$500,000 to build a third school-based clinic at Hayward Elementary. The Sioux Falls School District and the Health Department have partnered to provide increased access to medical and dental care for school children, families, and community members in two other school based clinics.  The clinic will have two medical exam rooms, two dental operatories, a waiting/reception area and a small laboratory.
Hayward School Based Clinic February Newsletter
2012 Report

2012 Annual Report

City of Sioux Falls Health Department 2012 Annual Report.

2012 Annual Report

Tobacco-Free Youth Recreation

Tobacco is still the number one preventable cause of death in the United States.
As of spring 2013, the City Of Sioux Falls does not allow the use of tobacco products on City-owned playgrounds or at facilities where youth activities (under 18 years old) take place.
If you need assistance in quitting tobacco use, contact the free South Dakota QuitLine at 1-866-SD-QUITS (1-866-737-8487).
Tobacco Free Policy
View Sioux Falls Youth Public Service Announcements

The Sioux Falls Health Department’s mission is to improve the quality of life for the citizens of Sioux Falls by preventing or controlling disease, mitigating adverse health conditions and threats, and by providing an open door to primary health services.


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Emergency Community Preparedness

Sioux Falls Emergency Community Preparedness
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News Releases

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