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Community Benefit Report

Continuing Our Legacy of Excellence in Health Care

From our founding in 1902 to 2022, when we were recognized as one of the top 15 health systems in the nation for the ninth consecutive year, St. Luke’s has always been a leader in quality care and a dedicated community partner.

As Idaho’s only locally based, not-for-profit, community owned and led health system, we are committed to providing all patients with the highest quality health care, regardless of their ability to pay.

At a Glance: Caring for Our Communities in 2022

St. Luke’s primary service area is Ada County, with our secondary service area covering southwest and southcentral Idaho, eastern Oregon and northern Nevada. The numbers below provide a broad overview of the rich benefits St. Luke’s provides to local communities in Ada, Blaine, Canyon, Elmore, Jerome, Twin Falls and Valley counties. Please note that community benefits provided outside these counties is not captured in this data. All numbers are current as of the fiscal year ending Sept. 30, 2022.

Community Needs Determination Process

St. Luke’s community health efforts are directed by community needs assessments, St. Luke’s community boards and community health managers. In 2022, St. Luke’s published our most recent Community Health Needs Assessment, which is designed to help us better understand the most significant health challenges facing the individuals and families in our service areas.

Community Health and Engagement, in collaboration with internal and external stakeholders, is responsible for developing, implementing and maintaining optimal community health initiatives designed to address our communities’ most significant health needs.

Reports of Community Benefits by Community

St. Luke’s Elmore

St. Luke’s Elmore is a critical access hospital serving Mountain Home and the large, rural areas of Elmore County. The former Elmore Medical Center was founded in 1955 and integrated with St. Luke’s Health System in 2013. The hospital, area clinics and local providers are a vital part of this close-knit community, which includes Mountain Home Air Force Base.

Total Community Benefit:

$7.4 Million

St. Luke’s Magic Valley

What began as Twin Falls County Hospital in 1918 has evolved into a state-of-the-art medical center and a vital member of the communities it serves, providing a full range of inpatient and outpatient services to the people of Twin Falls, southern Idaho and northern Nevada.

Total Community Benefit:

$151.4 Million

St. Luke’s McCall

St. Luke’s McCall is a critical access hospital and a leader in health and wellness promotion. Founded in 1956 as McCall Memorial Hospital, the medical center and clinics integrated with St. Luke’s Health System in 2010.

Total Community Benefit:

$32.1 Million

Treasure Valley

St. Luke’s serves the growing cities of Boise, Meridian, Eagle and beyond. St. Luke’s Boise is Idaho’s largest health care provider, the flagship hospital of St. Luke’s Health System and home to the state’s only Children’s Hospital. St. Luke’s Meridian is a full-service medical center with the busiest Emergency Department in Idaho. Our Boise and Meridian hospitals and Treasure Valley clinics are Magnet-designated for nursing excellence.

Total Community Benefit:

$675 Million

West Treasure Valley

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:

$75.8 Million

St. Luke’s Wood River

St. Luke’s Wood River Medical Center is a critical access hospital serving Blaine County and the surrounding region. It provides a broad range of advanced services for its size, including an Emergency Department staffed by board-certified emergency physicians, state-of-the-art surgical facilities and outpatient infusion services, including chemotherapy. A wide variety of primary and specialty care providers coordinate patient care in local clinics, along with a network of more than 150 physicians.

Total Community Benefit:

$5 Million

Giving Thanks

Our work assessing and addressing community needs would not be possible without a visionary board of directors and our community boards. We are grateful for their partnership and guidance.

St. Luke’s Health System Board of Directors as of Sept. 30, 2022:

Bob Lokken, Chair
Andrew Scoggin, Chair-Elect
Emily Baker
Brigette Bilyeu
Tom Corrick
Rosa Davila
Lucie DiMaggio, MD
Mark Durcan
Lisa Grow
Allan Korn, MD
Dan Krahn
Jon Miller
Chris Roth, President/CEO
Rich Raimondi
Bill Whitacre

St. Luke’s Magic Valley /Jerome Community Board Members as of Sept. 30, 2022:

Dave Snelson, Chair
Arlen Blaylock
Melody Bowyer
Eva Craner
Don Hall
Roseanna Holliday
Jill Howell
Brian Johnson, DO
Janet Olmstead
Julia Oxarango-Ingram
Blake Pedersen, DO
Edna Pierson
Travis Rothweiler
John Shine
Scott Standley
John Wright

St. Luke’s Wood River Community Board Members as of Sept. 30, 2022:

Eric Thomas, Chair
Erin Clark
Jim Foudy
Ben Holmes
George Kirk
Jeanne Liston
Julie Lyons, MD
Cynthia Murphy
Susan Parslow
Garry Pearson
Keith Perry
Bob Robideaux
Roger Sanger, DDS
Jeff Smith
Mary Williams

St. Luke’s Treasure Valley Community Board Members as of Sept. 30, 2022:

Jon Larkin, Chair
Christina Bruce-Bennion
Alejandro Necochea, MD
Joelle Powers, PhD
Lisa Roberts
Robert Sanchez, PhD
Marie Shelton-Hoff Nicole Thurston, MD
Jack Varin Jill Wagers, DMD
Noreen Womack, MD

St. Luke’s Elmore Community Board as of Sept. 30, 2022:

Paul Shrum, Chair
Brock Cherry
Connie Cruser, RN
Karen Galvan, MD
Bianca Garcia
James Gilbert
Richard Gorman
Jeff Jausoro, PharmD
Lloyd Knight
Jeff Lord
Mildred McNeal
Lisa Melchiorre, MS, RN, NEA-BC
Allen “Nix” Niksich
Connie Powers, LCSW
Dayana Rodriguez
Justin Smith, MD

St. Luke’s McCall Community Board as of Sept. 30, 2022:

Robert Vosskuhler, MD, Chair
Juan Bonilla
Jill Calhoun
Sarah Covault
Eddie Droge, MD
Amber Green
Doug Irvine, MD
Patrick Kinney, MD
Dean Martens
Dawn Matus
Gary Thompson
Hon. Darla Williamson
Kurt Wolf
Aana Vannov

St. Luke’s West Treasure Valley Community Board Members as of Sept. 30, 2022:

Andrew Rodriguez, Chair
Nikole Zogg, PhD, Chair-Elect
Ron Bitner
Evelyn Dame
Bill Deal
Jose DeLeon
Janet Komoto
Paul Lodge
Sarah Porter, MD
Misty Robertson
Timothy Sawyer, MD
Kim Stutzman, MD
Rachel Thomas, MD
Chris Veloz
Rick Youngblood

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:

  • Unreimbursed services for the prior year (charity care, bad debt, and under-reimbursed care covered through government programs). 
  • Donated time, funds, subsidies and in-kind services.
  • Additions to capital such as physical plant and equipment.

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All Locations

The St. Luke's Health System Community Benefit Report includes details by community.

St. Luke's Elmore

St. Luke's Magic Valley

St. Luke's McCall

Treasure Valley

West Treasure Valley

St. Luke's Wood River