Urologist in Sioux City, SD
Welcome to Siouxland Urology
Serving Sioux City, Siouxland Urology Associates, P.C., formerly known as Sioux City Urological Associates, was founded in 1957 by two prominent urologists, Dr’s. Wayland K. Hicks and Dwayne E. Howard. Their spirit and commitment to bringing urologic expertise to the area by offering the finest team of doctors, state-of-the-art equipment and facilities, and professional, caring staff are still present today. At Siouxland Urology we believe in the golden rule: To treat others as we would like to be treated ourselves.
Urology Clinic and Dunes Surgical Hospital
At Siouxland Urology, we believe you and your family deserve the best medical service. We always strive to offer the most current technology and treatment along with the best patient care possible. The investment we’ve made in building this new state-of-the-art facility reflects our commitment to you.
Additionally, we’ve partnered with Dunes Surgical Hospital to provide surgery services in our facility. Until recently, most surgical procedures required our patients to be hospitalized and away from their families. With all the new advancements in surgical equipment, diagnosing and procedures, many in-patient treatments can now easily be done here at the Dunes Surgical Hospital. Best of all, you can go home the same day.
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What's New at Siouxland Urology
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