Famous for fruit orchards, rich farmland, and rugged scenery, Fruitland and Ontario border the Snake River as it splits Idaho and Oregon. Just 10 minutes apart, these sister communities not only share a border but a commitment to family life, quality schools, agriculture, industry, and recreation.
Located about 45 minutes from Boise, Fruitland is a small Idaho town of just over 4,500 residents, with a name that reflects the 160 acres of mostly apple and plum orchards surrounding the city. Ontario is a historic railroad town just over the Oregon border. It’s home to Treasure Valley Community College and the Four Rivers Cultural Center, which celebrates the diverse heritage of the region: Native American, European, Basque, Japanese, and Hispanic.
St. Luke’s serves these communities from the new St. Luke’s Fruitland Medical Plaza, which opened in 2014 and includes a 24-hour, state-of-the-art emergency department as well as physician clinics, lab, and imaging services. Fruitland is also home to St. Luke’s Cancer Institute, which has provided advanced cancer care to this wide-ranging population since 2002.