Canyon County is the second most populated county in Idaho; it is also one of the fastest growing. Despite enormous growth in the population in recent years, there has not been an increase in hospital beds in 15 years.
In order to serve the growing population, and increase the range of health care services available to residents, St. Luke's has developed a long-term plan that will be critical to meeting the needs of this community.
Designed to meet the needs of Canyon County families and the people who care for them, the state-of-the-art community hospital will provide clinical space and improve vital services that keep care close to home.
The $114 million, 87-bed hospital will provide a full range of services to complement our existing emergency department, lab and imaging services, including:
The new community hospital was designed to provide world-class care close to home for children and adults in Canyon County and Western Treasure Valley. View the facility floor maps.
St. Luke's depends on the support, partnership, and philanthropy of our local communities. Volunteers with the St. Luke's Canyon County Community Council established a fundraising goal of $2.6 million to support this project over the next five years.
St. Luke's is expanding in Nampa to better serve the community.