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St. Luke's Providers Talk COVID-19

We know it can be difficult to find reliable information during this time of uncertainty as our community deals with COVID-19. To help answer your questions with information you can trust, St. Luke's is connecting you with our physicians and leaders with the help of Dee Sarton, a longtime friend of St. Luke's and former reporter for KTVB. These experts know and care deeply about our community. We hope their guidance and expertise helps you and your family feel better prepared to stay safe and healthy.

Dr. Jim Souza

The New World of COVID-19 - Dr. Souza

Dr. Jim Souza is St. Luke’s chief medical officer and a practicing pulmonologist. He talks about how to find the most accurate information about COVID-19, how the virus is treated in the hospital, what frontline teams are experiencing, and what’s ahead for how we live with COVID-19 in our community.

Chris Roth

Leading St. Luke's Through a Pandemic - Chris Roth

Chris Roth is president and CEO of St. Luke’s Health System. He discusses the level of work happening at local hospitals to prepare for and treat COVID-19, the community partnerships to provide great care across Idaho, and leadership through a pandemic.

Dr. Bramwell

Kids and COVID-19 – Dr. Bramwell

Dr. Kenny Bramwell, an emergency room physician and medical director St. Luke's Children's, discusses how COVID-19 affects children, ways to help manage the stress families feel during social distancing, and provides tips to keep you and your family healthy and safe.

Dr. Edwards

Mental Health and COVID-19 – Dr. Edwards

Dr. Christopher Edwards, a lead psychologist with St. Luke’s in Magic Valley, provides helpful ways to deal with the stress and worry of COVID-19, tips to take care of your emotional health, and the importance of not being socially distant during social distancing.
Dr. Jenni Bradley

Delivering a Baby During COVID-19 - Dr. Bradley

Dr. Jenni Bradley, an OB/GYN at St. Luke’s, talks about what to expect when delivering a baby during the COVID-19 crisis, the extra steps the hospital is taking to ensure the safety of all newborns and new parents, and potential differences in your labor and delivery experience. 

Southwest Idaho Health Care Joint News Conference: July 14, 2020

Top leaders from Southwest Idaho’s largest health care organizations united Tuesday, July 14, 2020, to urge everyone in Idaho and Eastern Oregon to take immediate and decisive action against the further spread of COVID-19.