Idaho may be best known for our potatoes, but it’s so much more. St. Luke’s is proud to call Idaho home. It’s a great place to raise a family, enjoy the beautiful outdoors, and work where you truly make a difference.
Idaho is the 13th largest state with over 82,000 square miles of mountains, rivers, deserts, and forests. For many Idahoans, recreation and enjoying our open spaces are among the many reasons they love living here.
St. Luke’s main locations are in southern Idaho’s high desert and central Idaho’s mountains. The climate is relatively moderate, with four beautiful seasons and plenty of snowfall to benefit our ski resorts in winter and our lakes and reservoirs in summer.
Idaho is not only geographically diverse, but benefits economically from a variety of industries—agriculture, forestry products, renewable energy, and manufacturing, as well as recreation and tourism, high-tech, and healthcare services. As the state’s largest private employer, St. Luke’s is a key contributor to our vibrant economy, which includes not only great jobs and growing businesses but one of the lowest costs of living in the western states with affordable homes and energy prices.
Idaho’s population is growing rapidly, yet we still have the lowest crime rates in the West. Families will find not only safe neighborhoods, but high quality schools and universities. From our cities to our rural areas to our mountain towns, you’ll find exciting nightlife, college and semi-pro sports, music and theatre, and lots of family-friendly fun.
We encourage you to take the time to get to know Idaho—and St. Luke’s!