About Us

Located in Cedar Falls, Iowa, Sartori Memorial Hospital is a 100-bed, full service hospital providing acute, subacute, and outpatient care to the people living in and near the community.

Hospital services include 24-hour emergency room and ambulance transportation, intensive care, general medical care, surgery, and ambulatory care. Support services include X-ray, mammography, ultrasound, MRI, CT, Dexa, laboratory, pharmacy, respiratory therapy, physical therapy, spiritual care, social services and nutrition education. Click here for a detailed listing of services at Sartori Memorial Hospital.

Other Services Provided Include:

Gift Shop

We have beautiful flower bouquets and plants, balloons, magazines, candy, and gifts that will make that special someone smile. To order for a friend or loved one please call 319-268-3125.

Life-line

Telephone contact system, enables the elderly or disabled to continue living alone in their home with emergency help only a button away. Wheaton Franciscan Healthcare’s network is one of the largest in the midwest with approximately 565 enrollees.

Home Health

An organization providing continued nursing, therapy, or other support services in a patient’s home. Home Health conducts approximately 36,000 visits per year.

Occupational Medicine and Wellness

Has contracts with approximately 1,000 area businesses throughout Northeast Iowa to provide needed health care services such as injury treatment, drug and alcohol testing, and health education and disease prevention information for their employees.

Numerous general health education opportunities and screenings offered to the community at large. For specific programs check out the events calendar on the home page of www.WheatonIowa.org.

Visiting Hours

Family members and friends are encouraged to visit. It is recommended that visits are between 9:00 a.m. and 8:00 p.m. in order to allow all patients the quiet rest necessary for a speedy recovery.

Visits may be limited due to the patient’s condition and doctor’s recommendations. Should special circumstances arise, feel free to ask your nurse or caregiver if alternate visiting hours may be arranged. To provide exceptional and compassionate health care to our patients, visitation will be restricted if visitors have an obvious illness or communicable disease. Visitors should always respect the patient’s wishes while maintaining confidentiality, privacy, and security to others. Patients may decide who can and cannot visit. Please discuss any concerns with the patient’s caregiver.

Children are permitted to visit a friend or loved one. It is the responsibility of the family member to supervise their children at all times. Any child with a communicable disease or obvious illness will be restricted from patient contact and waiting areas.