Founded in 1902, St. Luke’s mission is to improve the health of the people in our region by providing access to a full range of effective and efficient health care and related services, offered through a regional system. We will continue to fund our operations, our research, and our outreach programs from revenue and contributions while reinvesting resources back into the community.
St. Luke’s is a 501c3 federally recognized non-profit organization. As a system of community medical centers, St. Luke’s is guided by volunteer boards of directors, with all revenues going back to our regional mission in the form of services, facilities, personnel, and equipment.
St. Luke’s is a locally governed, community health system serving the entire state of Idaho, eastern Oregon, and northern Nevada.
St. Luke's Facilities
St. Luke’s Boise is a 398-bed hospital in Boise, Idaho.
St. Luke’s Elmore is a 25-bed critical access hospital in Mountain Home, Idaho.
St. Luke's Jerome is a 25-bed critical access hospital in Jerome, Idaho.
St. Luke’s Magic Valley is a 224-bed hospital in Twin Falls, Idaho.
St. Luke's McCall is a 15-bed critical access hospital in McCall, Idaho.
St. Luke’s Meridian is a 174-bed hospital in Meridian, Idaho.
St. Luke’s Wood River is a 25-bed critical access hospital in Ketchum, Idaho.
St. Luke’s Children’s Hospital in Boise is Idaho's only children's hospital, with more than 90,000 patient visits each year.
St. Luke’s Mountain States Tumor Institute (MSTI) has cancer treatment centers in Boise, Fruitland, Meridian, Nampa, and Twin Falls, with outreach services in Ketchum, Baker City, and McCall.
St. Luke's Eagle features urgent care, medical imaging, physician offices, and more.
St. Luke's Nampa and St. Luke's Fruitland feature emergency departments, physician offices, medical imaging, lab services, and more.
St. Luke’s Health System has 11,981 employees.
Throughout our Health System, we have 1,329 credentialed medical staff and residents, and 515 credentialed allied health providers.
St. Luke’s Health System performs more than 40,000 surgical procedures per year.
More than 7,400 babies are born each year at St. Luke's hospitals
48,000 inpatients are served each year at St. Luke's hospitals.
St. Luke's Emergency Departments see more than 163,000 patients annually.
812,000 outpatients are served per year at St. Luke's hospitals.
Air St. Luke’s Transports
Helicopter - Twin Falls: 527
Helicopter - Boise/Meridian: 520
Fixed Wing: 356
Ground - critical and non-critical: 2,913
St. Luke’s offers highly specialized regional expertise in the areas of cancer care, cardiac and vascular services, and women's and children’s services.
St. Luke’s Children’s Hospital cares for children at more than 90,000 patient visits each year. The Children's Hospital includes:
- Idaho’s largest and most experienced Level III Newborn Intensive Care Unit (NICU)
- Idaho’s first and only Pediatric Intensive Care Unit (PICU)
- Idaho’s largest dedicated Pediatric Care Unit
- Children’s Specialty Center, pediatric outpatient services
- Only Idaho hospital (and the first hospital nationally) to be affiliated with Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals
- Only Idaho hospital affiliated with the National Association of Children’s Hospitals and Related Institutions (NACHRI)
Since St. Luke’s Mountain States Tumor Institute (MSTI) opened its doors in 1969 it has become Idaho’s largest provider of cancer care services, caring for approximately 820 patients each day, with more than 3,500 new patients treated each year. Over more than 40 years of cancer care at St. Luke's MSTI, more than 68,000 patients have been treated.
As a commitment to providing patients with the most recent developments in cancer therapy and in an effort to advance the treatment of common malignancies, St. Luke’s MSTI participates in more than 100 clinical trials that treat many different cancer types including pediatric malignancies, breast, lung, colon, and pancreatic cancers.
St. Luke's Health System is highly accredited and awarded. Click here to read about our awards and accreditations.