St. Luke’s Boise has served the citizens of the Treasure Valley since it opened its doors in 1902. Located in the beautiful downtown area on the edge of two historic neighborhoods, our Boise campus is home to our flagship hospital, main cancer center, and Children’s Hospital.
Known as the “City of Trees,” Boise is Idaho’s capital city and has it all . . . a vibrant downtown, nightlife and restaurants, arts and culture, college and semi-professional sports, and outdoor recreation opportunities just minutes from downtown. Where else can you ride great single track, fish for native trout, and surf a river wave all within city limits?
Not only is Boise a great place to live and play, it’s also a great place to work. Our vibrant economy attracts employers of all industries from high-tech businesses to small startups. Boise is continually ranked one of the best places to live when you’re considering cost of living, raising a family, employment, health benefits, and work/life balance.
Despite the city’s rapid growth and popularity, Boise still has a small town feel. It’s a friendly place where you can ride your bike to work, the grocery store, or the local watering hole. The Boise River runs through the city with an adjacent 25-mile greenbelt that gets as much use from commuters as it does from cruiser bikes and strollers.
As Idaho’s largest employer, St. Luke’s is proud to contribute to this lively, healthy, up-and-coming city. Boise has lots to offer, whether you’re single, raising a family, or nearing retirement. We think you’ll like what you see!
St. Luke's works closely with the Boise Valley Economic Partnership. Download their guide to learn about living in the Boise Valley area and its amenities.
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