A physician is always available on call. If you have a medical emergency, call 911 immediately or go directly to the nearest emergency department. For after-hour phone triage, please call (208) 489-6740.
Aaron Moos, MD specializes in minimally invasive surgery using laparoscopy, hysteroscopy, and da Vinci robotics. He uses a vaginal approach to treat conditions like abnormal uterine bleeding, fibroids, ovarian issues, endometriosis, and pelvic organ prolapse. He also manages normal and high risk pregnancies, including twins, VBAC, and operative deliveries, and he conducts annual wellness exams, pre-conceptual counseling, contraception, management of cervical abnormalities, hormone replacement therapy, and endometrial ablation.
In his free time, Dr. Moos enjoys skiing, ultramarathons, and spending time outdoors with his family.
Dr. Moos delivers babies at St. Luke's Boise.
Caroline Rolofson, DO takes a holistic whole-body approach to health care, listening to her patients' concerns, presenting options and explaining how each will have risk benefits and alternatives.
Dr. Rolofson's osteopathic background has equipped her with a wide variety of tools to help treat patients, and during her residency she was trained by midwives, MDs, and DOs. She has a background in caring for high-risk pregnancies, and is passionate about women having a high quality of life. She is also trained in minimally invasive surgical approaches to treat gynecologic concerns.
Janet Roscoe, NP sees women of all ages and has special interests in family planning and adolescent gynecology. She is also experienced in reproductive medicine.
Janet earned her bachelor's degree in biology from Gonzaga University, and both her bachelor's and master's degrees in nursing from the University of Pennsylvania. For two years, Janet and her family lived in Namibia, where she developed interest in sewing with African fabric. In her free time, she also enjoys reading fiction and running in the Boise foothills. She recently ran her first ultramarathon in South Africa.
Sarah H. Wampold, PA-C has special interests in contraception, gynecology, and women's wellness. Prior to women's health she worked in family medicine and is passionate about building strong relationships with patients and providing care to women of all ages.
She earned her master of health science degree in global disease epidemiology and control from Johns Hopkins University Bloomberg School of Public Health and her master’s degree in physician assistant studies from Oregon Health and Science University School of Medicine.
Pregnant women with COVID-19 can have severe illness and severe outcomes, including ICU admission, mechanical ventilation, and death.
That's why St. Luke’s OB/GYN providers recommend the COVID-19 vaccine for people who are pregnant, breastfeeding or trying to get pregnant. More than 139,000 pregnant women have enrolled in the V-Safe Pregnancy Registry. Data shows there is no risk of miscarriage associated with the vaccines.
COVID-19 vaccines do not cause infection; they do prevent severe illness from COVID-19, which is dangerous for a pregnant woman and her fetus. Maternal infection with the virus is associated with an increased risk of preterm delivery and stillbirth. Vaccinated mothers who are breastfeeding transmit antibodies that may help protect their newborns.
With MyChart, you’re able to view test results, contact your provider, request medication refills, schedule appointments and more. We encourage you to sign up for easy access to the tools and information you need to proactively manage your health. You can also set up online proxy access requests for medical records of children, spouses, or dependents.
There's also an easy-to-use MyChart app available for your mobile devices!