SIOUX CENTER – Jess Koedam appreciates all of the different ways that she has been able to help people as a registered nurse in her career.
She now is continuing that service as a new clinic nurse at Promise Community Health Center in Sioux Center.
|Jess Koedam brings varied experiences to|
her position of clinic nurse at Promise
Community Health Center in Sioux Center.
“I was interested in Promise because I see it as a great opportunity to serve my community and continue helping people achieve better health,” Jess said.
Jess grew up in Hospers and graduated from Unity Christian High School in 2007. She earned her associate of science in nursing degree from St. Luke’s College in Sioux City in 2011.
After graduating from college, Jess served as a staff nurse at Village Northwest Unlimited in Sheldon, 2011-16, and then made home visits throughout the region as an integrated health home nurse care coordinator at Seasons Center for Behavioral Health, 2016-18.
Her interest in going into the nursing field grew out of working as a certified nursing assistant during high school.
“I really enjoyed getting to know each person and helping them better improve their health,” Jess said.
Promise Community Health Center of Sioux Center is a Federally Qualified Health Center serving the northwest corner of Iowa. Promise provides medical, prenatal, dental, vision, behavioral health and family planning services. To learn more, visit www.promisechc.org and watch this video. To read more Promise news, visit promisechcnews.blogspot.com.
MORE ABOUT JESS:
Jess Koedam and her husband, Josh, live in Sioux Center and have two daughters, Rosie, 4, and Emily, 18 months. In her spare time, she enjoys reading, cooking, and camping and fishing during the summer.