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Joseph A. Hilinski, MD


Doctor of Medicine

St. Luke's Health Partner
St. Luke's Health Partner

These providers work together to achieve patient-centered care, using proven best practices to offer better care to you and your family.


Accepting new patients
By Referral Only

Facilities & Clinics

    • Address
      305 E Jefferson St. Boise, ID 83712
      Mon - Thu: 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
      Fri: 8 a.m. - 12 p.m.
    • Phone
      (208) 381-7330
      (208) 381-7331

About Joseph A. Hilinski


Joseph A. Hilinski, MD specializes in inpatient and outpatient infections occurring in children. He has special interest in infections occurring in patients with solid organ and bone marrow transplantations, malignancies, and immunodeficiencies. He also has special interest in periodic fever syndromes.  

Prior to coming to St. Luke’s, Dr. Hilinski practiced at Emory University School of Medicine, where he served as associate professor of pediatrics, program director of the pediatric infectious diseases fellowship program, clinical director of operations for the division of pediatric infectious diseases, and associate program director of the general pediatrics residency program. He was also a society advisor for the School of Medicine Osler Teaching Society.

Dr. Hilinski has extensive experience in both clinical research and medical education. He has participated in more than 50 clinical trials of vaccines and medications and has co-authored more than 15 papers related to pediatric infectious diseases, with a focus on transplant-related infections. While at Emory University he was a recipient of the Subspecialty Teacher of the Year Award for Pediatrics, School of Medicine Dean’s Teaching Award, and selected as one of Atlanta Magazine's top doctors for numerous years.

  • Medical School

    State University of New York
  • Residency

    Emory University School of Medicine
  • Fellowship

    Emory University School of Medicine
  • Board Certifications

    Pediatric Infectious Diseases
  • Gender

  • Languages Spoken