Your family is our priority.
Whether you’re welcoming your first baby or entering your first 5K … raising teens or caring for aging parents … you want a healthcare team that understands your needs. Our family medicine providers are the core of our comprehensive health system. This highly-skilled, diverse, and caring medical staff serves in our three primary care clinics and hospital. Together with our surgeons, anesthetists, sports medicine and orthopedic doctors, behavioral health providers, physical therapists, and other specialists, they are your partners for a lifetime of care … from fertility, prenatal, and obstetrics care, to pediatrics and geriatrics, to emergency medicine and women’s health.
We know what you’re looking for. Primary care that’s second to none.
Our three medical clinics — in Orange City, Hospers, and Paullina — are served by our team of family medicine physicians and providers, each dedicated to general family practice while bringing their own broad areas of experience and expertise to the team.
Our Walk-In Clinic in Orange City offers after-hour care for non-life-threatening illnesses and injuries.
Highly qualified physicians, skilled and compassionate nurses, and a dedicated and professional support staff mean that you and your family will receive personal, expert care for all stages of life.
And you can take comfort that the same physicians you trust your family’s routine healthcare to are the docs you will see in the ER if a family member ever needs emergency care.
For appointments at one of our Family Medicine Clinics call 712.737.2000
The right care. The right place. The right time.
Family Medicine Clinics
Orange City: 1000 Lincoln Circle SE
Mon–Thurs 7:30am-8pm; Fri 7:30am-4:30pm; Sat 9am-noon
Hospers: 102 3rd Avenue S
Mon 9am-4:30pm; Tues 8:30am-4pm; Wed 9:30am-4pm; Thurs closed;
Paullina (Mill Creek): 5616 460th Street
After-hour care for non-life-threatening illnesses.
Orange City: 719 8th Street SE
Mon–Fri 5-9pm; Sat–Sun 1-9pm
Emergency Medical Services / ER
Conditions which are serious and life-threatening.
Orange City: 1000 Lincoln Circle SE (back of campus)