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St. Luke’s Children’s Mobile Care

At St. Luke’s Children’s Mobile Care, children up to age 18 can be evaluated and treated with minimal interruption to their school day or their parent’s workday. We treat children who have minor illnesses and injuries such as strep throat; influenza (flu); infectious mononucleosis (mono); respiratory syncytial virus (RSV); urinary infections; mild concussions; scrapes, strains, bruises; rapid COVID-19 testing, and behavioral/mental health issues. We also offer wellness exams.


Staffed by a pediatrician or nurse practitioner and medical assistant, the mobile clinic is open to children who are students—or siblings of students—in select schools in our region. For more information about our pediatric mobile care clinic, please call (208) 505-2970.

Mobile Care does not treat children with emergency symptoms such as severe bleeding, compound fractures, seizures or severe allergic reactions. In an emergency, St. Luke’s staff will immediately involve emergency medical personnel.

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    Biography

    Noreen Womack, MD works in the St. Luke’s Children’s Mobile Care clinic. Her main goal is to help St. Luke’s reach children that are undergoing difficult circumstances and provide them with the quality, trauma-informed care they deserve.

    Dr. Womack graduated from medical school as Alpha Omega Alpha from University Texas Medical Center and completed her pediatric residency at Duke University Medical Center. She has served as the early childhood champion for the Idaho chapter of the American Academy of Pediatrics for two decades, with special interest in adverse childhood experiences, resilience, and early literacy.  

    Dr. Womack serves as a guardian ad litem for the Fourth Judicial District and volunteers in adult hospice care. She is the co-founder of Idaho Children Are Primary, a bipartisan 501(c)(4) organization that highlights children’s issues in the Idaho legislature. Whenever possible, she loves to practice her Spanish by travelling to Central America for medical mission work.

    In her spare time, Dr. Womack likes to read historical fiction and enjoy screen-free activities with her husband and two sons.

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