Our commitment to Canyon County continues to grow with St. Luke’s Nampa Medical Center, St. Luke’s Fruitland Medical Plaza, and clinics throughout the county and in the Fruitland- Ontario area. We’re a dedicated partner with area nonprofits, working together to improve the health of people in this rapidly growing and diverse region, from populous cities to smaller, more remote rural communities.
Total Community Benefit - Canyon County
The Mentoring Network in Nampa helps adults volunteer to mentor school children. For several years, St. Luke’s has provided the nonprofit grants to help meet its goal of growing its total number of kids served by 5-10% annually.
*Providers with practice privileges at our locations.
All numbers provided as of fiscal year ending Sept. 30, 2021.
St. Luke’s Canyon County facilities received $3,801,214 and $3,859,789 in government assistance revenue in the fiscal years ending September 2020 and 2021, respectively. These relief funds were to compensate for revenue lost because of suspended elective procedures due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The unreimbursed, charity care and bad debt amounts disclosed in this report do not include this government assistance revenue.
St. Luke’s provides health care to eligible patients without charge or at a reduced rate, based upon a sliding scale derived from federal poverty guidelines.
One hundred percent of St. Luke’s revenue after expenses is reinvested into land, facilities, equipment and other capital supporting the hospital’s mission for Canyon County.
This campus expansion included inpatient services as well as additional outpatient services to continue to meet the health care needs of our growing community.
The institute opened its doors to the public in July 2021. With more than double the size of the former space, it allows St. Luke’s to expand services, including psychiatry, survivorship, clinical research, spiritual care, nutritional counseling, rehabilitation and acupuncture. It also includes St. Luke’s first integrated physical therapy gym for cancer patients and our first offering of gynecological cancer services outside of Boise.
We continually upgrade key information technology infrastructure to boost efficiencies, lower costs and, most importantly, improve safety and quality for patients.
Our work assessing and addressing community needs would not be possible without a visionary board of directors and dedicated community boards. We are grateful for their partnership and guidance.
St. Luke’s Health System Board of Directors as of Sept. 30, 2021:
Bob Lokken, Chair
St. Luke’s West Treasure Valley Community Board Members as of Sept. 30, 2021:
Andrew Rodriguez, Chair
The information provided in this report is required by Idaho Code 63-602D, which states that 501(c)(3) hospitals having 150 or more beds must file a community benefit report with the Board of Equalization by Dec. 31 of each year. According to the code, the report is to include a description of the process the hospital has used to determine general community needs that align with the hospital’s mission. In addition, the report shall include the hospital’s amount of:
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The St. Luke's Health System Community Benefit Report includes details by county.