Hannah likes listening to music, playing with her cat, and spending time with her parents, her three siblings, and her friends at school.
One minute Alexandra and her dad were on their way to a friend’s house. The next minute a car crash turned their world upside down.
Annelise’s journey with St. Luke’s Children’s Hospital began shortly after she was born with trisomy 21, or Down syndrome.
Brady is a happy child who sees everyone he meets as his friend.
When Bryce isn’t skiing or racing the 100 and 800 with his high school track team, he’s indulging his love of literature and languages, especially mythology, history, Latin and Spanish.
Dylan is like a lot of three year olds. He just started preschool. He loves dogs, the Cat in the Hat and Finding Dory. “He’s smart, funny and generous,” says his mom, Lindsey. “He’s just a good kid.”
Ellina is an independent seven-year-old who loves to dance and sing. She’s not afraid of anything, says her mom, Emily, and she “really loves to try new things.”
Like a lot of teenage boys, Grant loves watching football, and is a fan of all sports. He’s happy to be riding bikes with his family or cruising the halls of his high school in his power chair.
When his parents gave Kean his name, they might have had a crystal ball. Kean means “fighter.” And what a fighter he is.
Vivian loves arts and crafts, playing outside, and pretending to be a cat. She can be a bit quiet and shy, but nothing stops her from trying to keep up with her big sister.
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.