Children have very different healthcare needs than adults. That’s why St. Luke’s Children’s has created a network of medical experts that specialize in caring for kids—from birth all the way to adulthood. And, we know that caring for your child extends beyond medical needs. It’s important to make sure that kids can be kids.
We’re home to Idaho’s only children’s hospital and, our wide range of specialty outpatient clinics and support services—in areas such as pediatric cardiology, neurosurgery, oncology, gastroenterology, and many more—offer your family the greatest depth, breadth, and concentration of children’s health resources in Idaho.We also regularly bring additional visiting specialists to Idaho and host clinics throughout the state to bring you the very best in children’s care, close to home.
The pediatric team at Idaho’s only children’s hospital is dedicated to providing specialized care in a safe, comforting and family-friendly setting.
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Idaho’s only pediatric heart disease support group is open to parents of children with heart disease, adults with congenital heart disease, and caregivers.
Provides newborn and breastfeeding support from peers and providers, as well as an opportunity to ask questions and learn the basics of raising babies.
You and your child can take an in-person tour or watch this video so you know what to expect at the hospital.
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Idaho Elks Children's Pavilion is a state-of-the-art facility on our Boise campus offering vital pediatric services that keep care close to home.
The building unites most of our pediatric specialties and our downtown Boise general pediatric services under one roof, which allows us to better coordinate services between providers and deliver care that meets the physical and emotional needs of our patients and families.
It's also connected to the St. Luke's Children's Hospital via a sky bridge, which allows young patients with complex medical needs to easily transfer from their doctors’ offices directly to the hospital, if needed.