For more than 60 years, our hospital has been the center of health care for our families, neighbors and friends. Since 1956, our community has worked to ensure McCall has a vibrant, forward-thinking medical center where the best physicians want to practice and patients want to receive care.
Today that means making significant changes to our hospital. We’ve maximized every space and squeezed every bit of efficiency out of our hospital, which has been remodeled, renovated, and remodeled again for decades. And our region is growing and aging, increasing the demand for healthcare services. Emergency Department visits have increased by 42 percent since 2010; surgeries have increased by 182 percent since 2010; and lab tests are up 36 percent in the same time period.It’s time to truly bring St. Luke’s McCall into the 21st century and ensure we can continue to provide the high-quality, convenient care the people of our community deserve. And although medicine, technology and science have exploded with possibility, what hasn’t changed is the value we all place on having the right care, right here in McCall.
St. Luke's is community owned and operated. We look forward to serving the people of the West Central Mountains region for many years to come. We welcome any questions you may have about our medical center expansion, and are grateful for your interest.
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Dated infrastructure, lack of space, growth of services and an aging population all contribute to the need for St. Luke’s to transform our McCall hospital to deliver innovative and exceptional care for decades to come.
Generosity is woven into the fabric of our community. We hope you will help fund this much-needed hospital expansion. Our goal is to raise $5 million through philanthropy.
David and Roxanne Peterschmidt tell why having a community hospital in McCall matters to them.
Debra Staup tells why an expanded St. Luke's McCall facility matters to patients.