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Medical Oncology: (208) 381-2790 or 1-800-845-4624
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A St. Luke’s Cancer Institute doctor is available for emergency care before and after regular office hours. Please reserve after-hours calls for urgent needs. If you have not received a return call from the doctor within 30 minutes, please phone again. The after-hours numbers are:
Boise, Fruitland, Meridian, Nampa: (208) 327-8055
Twin Falls: (208) 814-1000 or 1-800-947-4852
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