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Living and Working in the Wood River Valley

Idaho’s beautiful Wood River Valley is full of charm and excitement, including world-renowned skiing at Sun Valley, the annual "trailing" of thousands of sheep right down Main Street Ketchum in the fall, the Sun Valley Symphony outdoor summer concerts, exhilarating hiking and biking trails, and top-rated golf courses. 

The sparkling rivers, glacial lakes, and soaring mountains reflect the special quality of life in this community, and so does St. Luke’s Wood River Medical Center. Inside the brick and glass walls of this 25-bed critical access hospital, and at our clinics in Ketchum and Hailey, experts in emergency medicine, orthopedic surgery, mental health, and more provide high quality healthcare services to a growing and diverse area.

One example of our innovative services is St. Luke’s Center for Community Health, which offers classes, health talks, screenings, support groups, referrals, and more, most often for free.

Careers at St. Luke's

Careers at St. Lukes

Join Our Team

You’ll travel a rewarding path of personal and professional growth at St. Luke’s, where we provide a patient-centered environment that extends from the hospital and clinic to the patient’s home, community, and workplace. We’re committed to establishing effective and meaningful patient relationships, promoting wellness, and supporting community health at every level of our organization. If you want to work where you truly make a difference in people’s lives, we encourage you to apply with us.