St. Luke's Magic Valley
The new St. Luke's Magic Valley Medical Center opened to the public in 2011, but our history dates back to 1918, when we opened our doors to serve the needs of early settlers. Like then, we still serve the needs of people from eight southern Idaho counties and parts of northern Nevada.
Our mission and values have remained firm and our vision of a healthy community has remained clear.
A new Magic Valley Medical Center facility
was constructed in the early 1950s, followed by a
$27 million construction and renovation project in 1983.
In 2002, Magic Valley Medical Center and the Twin Falls Clinic and Hospital forged a partnership to bring improved medical care to south central Idaho. The new partnership expanded our medical staff to more than 160 multi-specialty physicians.
In 2006, the residents of Twin Falls County voted to partner Magic Valley Regional Medical Center with St. Luke’s Boise, Meridian, and Wood River. Joining St. Luke's Health System and changing our name to St. Luke's Magic Valley Medical Center meant that patients would still receive the same high standard of care with the added backing of an Idaho-based, locally-governed health system. It also led to the construction of a brand new, state-of-the-art hospital— the most technologically advanced hospital in the state.
Accredited by the Joint Commission, St. Luke's Magic Valley Medical Center serves a population of more than 180,000 and provides medical expertise and services to smaller hospitals as a referral center.
As our region continues to change and grow, St. Luke’s Magic Valley will be here for you and your family. Through our not-for-profit mission we will reinvest every net dollar into the technology, staffing, programs, and services that will most benefit the people we serve. We thank you for the confidence you place in us every day, and for being our partner in the future of health care in south central Idaho.