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Report of Community Benefits 2022 - 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 - Elmore

$7.4 Million

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*Providers with practice privileges at our locations.

Providing a High Quality of Care

All numbers provided as of fiscal year ending Sept. 30, 2022.

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.

Giving Thanks

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, 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 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

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

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