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Find Your Passion

Do you enjoy working with a specific patient population or within a particular care environment? St. Luke’s has many types of units for nurses at any career stage. We always want to ensure you're supported, challenged and fulfilled in your role. So, whatever inspires you in patient care now and as your career evolves, St. Luke's can offer a great fit!



Antepartum Extended care that provides state-of-the-art medical management and expertise in high-risk assessment pregnancies. Meet the patient needs providing art, massage, yoga, and relaxation therapy.
Behavioral Health Acute psychiatric, medical detoxification, and addiction-related issues.
Cardiopulmonary Cardiac, pulmonary, and stroke patients that could have COPD, CHF, or pneumonia.
Clinic Setting Specialty clinics such as urology, pain management, cancer treatment, women’s health, pediatrics, as well as primary care clinics where you can learn and grow.
CSU (Clinical Support Unit/Float Pool) Float to multiple hospitals and learn various specialties. 
Emergency Department Critical/urgent patients including stroke, cardiac, and septic.
Home Health In-home resources for all ages from newborn to long-term illness, disability, post-op surgery, respiratory treatment, and wound care.
Hospice Pain and symptom management, emotional and spiritual support offering stability and comfort when it’s needed most.
Intensive Care Unit Units vary and could include med/surge patients (septic, intubated, cardiac arrest, balloon pump, renal failure, DKA, overdose, GI bleed, ETOH withdrawal, COPD, open heart, thoracotomy, vascular, and neuro)
Labor & Delivery Units vary, skilled in the high-tech aspects of birthing as well as therapeutic touch, natural birth support, breathing techniques, and water therapy to help you become skillful for every birthing experience.
Medical/Surgical Units vary, post-surgical abdominal, vascular, urology, bariatric, pulmonary, urological, gastrointestinal, renal, endocrine, gynecology, infectious diseases, plastic reconstructive, and autoimmune patients.
Mother Baby Units vary, care for newborns and their mothers.
Neurology Spine surgeries, neck and back including pediatric 13 yrs+, brain surgery/tumor removal, VP shunt placement for hydrocephalus, deep brain stimulators, vascular/neuro-interventional procedures.
NICU Units vary, serving extremely premature newborns and newborns having difficulty transitioning to extra-uterine life. Many include ECMO, complex cardiac surgery, gastro, neuro, and musculoskeletal treatments or surgeries.
Orthopedics/Ear, Nose, Throat Total joint replacements, acute fractures, epilepsy monitoring, and post-op EENT.
Oncology Autologous and allogenic blood and bone marrow transplants (BMT), chimeric antigen T-cell receptor (CAR-T) therapy, and outpatient infusion.
Pediatrics Units vary, care for children from infant to age 18 for a variety of illnesses, diseases, and surgical procedures.
PICU Level IV NICU and a 13-bed PICU (Boise only)
Rehabilitation Hospital (Inpatient) Occupational, speech, physical, and recreational therapy for stroke, brain/spinal cord injuries, amputation, knee replacements, cardiac, medical, and generalized weakness.
Skilled Nursing Unit/ Rehabilitation Sister unit to the Inpatient Rehab Hospital. Patients require daily OT, PT, and speech therapy with significant medical oversight to reach their discharge goals.
Surgical Services Perioperative 101 courses train nurses to be a circulating nurse in the operating room.
Telemetry Patients with acute and chronic complex cardiac diagnosis (stroke, COPD, renal impairment, postsurgical, respiratory failure, sepsis)