Great things happen when we work together. St. Luke’s is a dedicated partner with local organizations across the region—all working together to improve the health of people in the communities we serve.Our goal is to create healthier communities by building stronger partnerships, creating positive and measurable outcomes, and maximizing our contribution by inspiring others.
St. Luke’s is committed to your health, and to the health of your community. We give back millions of dollars each year through unreimbursed services, charity care, capital investments, and community services and programs. You’ll find a full explanation of these services in our Community Benefit Reports. Read on to discover what we’re doing in your area.
We use the Community Health Needs Assessment, or CHNA, to better understand the specific challenges facing the people and families we serve. Each CHNA helps us pinpoint and assess the most critical health needs in our communities, and 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.
Learn more about Community Health Needs throughout our service area.
St. Luke’s Community Health Improvement Fund (CHIF) provides financial support to organizations or groups working to improve the health and well-being of people in our region. We annually accept requests for funding, which must meet specific criteria.
This report helps St. Luke’s pinpoint and address pressing health challenges in Boise and Meridian.
This report helps St. Luke’s pinpoint and address pressing health challenges in McCall. Read our summary to learn more.
This report helps St. Luke’s pinpoint and address pressing health challenges in the Magic Valley.
This report helps St. Luke’s pinpoint and address pressing health challenges in the Wood River region.