For Your Health

The Big Squeeze is back!

When was the last time you had your blood pressure checked?
Among many other complications, high blood pressure can lead to a stroke, a heart attack, or congestive heart failure. Visit your local pharmacy or your health care provider this month to get your blood pressure checked!
Check out the Live Well Sioux Falls website for more information!


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myhealth

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.
HIV Tests

Free Rapid HIV Testing

Every Monday: 3 p.m. - 7 p.m.
Every Friday: 9 a.m. - NOON
All Adults Welcome
Results provided within 20 minutes
Falls Community Health
521 North Main Avenue, Sioux Falls, SD 57104
Free Rapid HIV Testing
Med. Waste

Medical Waste Disposal

Improperly disposed of needles, phamaceuticals and thermometers can pose serious health hazards to the public, garbage haulers, and City landfill and wastewater employees.

Use the links below to find out how to properly dispose of your items.
Needles
Pharmaceuticals
Mercury Thermometer Exchange
2012 Report

2012 Annual Report

City of Sioux Falls Health Department 2012 Annual Report.


2012 Annual Report
 

Providing an Open Door for Medical and Dental Care

Falls Community Health’s mission is to be an open door to quality health care services by removing barriers, especially financial, that exist for working families without health insurance or other resources to meet their health care needs.

We provide complete primary health care and dental care for all age groups:

 

  • Care for acute and chronic illness.
  • Physical exams and preventative health care checkups.
  • Routine and emergency dental care such as fillings, cleanings, extractions.
  • Well-child exams and immunizations.
  • Family planning services.
  • Patient education programs
  • Mental health counseling and psychiatry services.
  • Prescription drug assistance: PAP, 340B discounts on certain commonly prescribed drugs.
  • School dental screenings.
  • HIV/AIDS early intervention services and case management.