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Eric D. Roy, MD


Doctor of Medicine

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

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About Eric D. Roy


Eric D. Roy, MD, FAAP is a general pediatrician who enjoys managing a wide variety of pediatric conditions, working with children and families from birth to 18 years of age. He places a focus on preventive care and establishing a consistent medical home for his patients. He strives to deliver thorough and thoughtful care for his families with particular interest in the areas of developmental delay, school struggles, and dermatologic conditions.

Dr. Roy earned his bachelor's degree from the College of Idaho, graduating summa cum laude.  After earning his medical degree from the University of Washington School of Medicine, he completed his pediatric residency at the University of Utah/Primary Children’s hospital before returning to Idaho.

Dr. Roy serves as medical director of St. Luke’s Clinic – Treasure Valley Pediatrics and is on the clinical excellence committee. He has worked to help standardize a high quality of pediatric care in the Treasure Valley. He is accepting newborns and new patients on a limited basis.  

Outside the office, Dr. Roy loves spending time with his wife, son, and twin daughters.  He enjoys swimming, golfing, reading, traveling, and coaching his kids in basketball.  

  • Medical School

    University of Washington School of Medicine
  • Residency

    Primary Children's Medical Center
  • Board Certification

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