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St. Luke's in the Nampa Community

As a member of the Nampa community, we’re dedicated to keeping the people of Canyon County healthy, happy, fit, and strong. You can count on St. Luke’s for a wide range of health care services, from a full-service hospital, emergency services, and urgent care to lab, imaging, and cancer care, and physician clinics that specialize in family medicine, cardiology, rehabilitation, pulmonology, orthopedics, and more.

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  • Diabetes Self-Management: Nampa

    Health Management Classes
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    Varies, Registration Required

    Comprehensive diabetes education for the newly-diagnosed patient.

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    $60.00, Registration Required

    Prepare your body and mind for the incredible experience of childbirth and parenting.<br />

  • Facilities & Locations

Our new facility has 87 beds, family suites for new mothers and their babies, a newborn intensive care unit (NICU), children’s services with outpatient sub-specialists, additional heart services, and an intensive care unit.


  • Location & Contact Info

    9850 W. St. Luke's Drive
    Nampa, ID 83687
    (208) 505-2000

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Community Health Needs Assessment

The St. Luke’s Nampa Community Health Needs Assessment, or CHNA, helps us to better understand the specific health challenges facing the people and families of Canyon county. The CHNA allows us to pinpoint, assess, and address our community’s most critical needs. We use that information to develop health improvement programs, provide better care at a lower cost, and define and guide our operational and strategic plans.