To reach the on-call physician, call (208) 463-7300. If this is an emergency, call 911 immediately or go directly to the nearest emergency department.
Same-day appointments for urgent needs are available every Tuesday and Thursday from 5-6 p.m. This service alternates between our Greenhurst Road office and our office at 824 S. Diamond Street in Nampa. Please call (208) 463-7300 or (208) 463-7330 to find out which location is available.
Same-day appointments are also available every Saturday from 9 a.m.-1 p.m. Please call (208) 463-7330 for more information.
Benjamin Bradley, PA-C, MPAS specializes in primary care and family medicine. He enjoys caring for patients of all ages and has particular interests in dermatology, diabetes management, weight loss, and pediatric and adolescent medicine. Benjamin offers primary care procedures such as birth control insertion and removal, ingrown toenails, laceration repair and suturing, skin excisions and biopsies, skin tag removal, and joint infections.
Benjamin earned his master's degree in physician assistant studies from the University of Utah, and served as diversity coordinator for his graduating class. He has dedicated much of his career to caring for the underserved.
Hannah Cook, FNP is a board certified family nurse practitioner. Her interests include family medicine and integrative approaches to preventive health. She earned her bachelor's degrees in integrative physiology from the University of Colorado and nursing from West Suburban College of Nursing. She earned her master's degree as a nurse practitioner from Regis University.
St. Luke's has completed Phase 2 of our development in Nampa, delivering an 87-bed hospital with family suites for new mothers and their newborns, a NICU, children’s services, additional heart services, and an intensive care unit. We also offer obstetrics and women’s services, additional imaging services, and a new St. Luke's MSTI cancer care facility.
We need your help! The St. Luke's Canyon County Community Council has established a community fundraising goal of $2.6 million to support this project over the next five years.