St. Luke’s celebrates opening of new Nampa hospital Oct. 27
As construction crews put finishing touches on the building, dozens of St. Luke’s employees are testing medical equipment, installing computers and
storing instruments in anticipation of the opening of the new hospital in Nampa.
The community is invited to join St. Luke’s for the hospital grand opening with a ribbon-cutting ceremony at 4 p.m. Friday, Oct. 27. The ceremony will be followed by self-guided tours until 6 p.m. at the hospital, 9850 W. St. Luke’s Drive at Midland and Orchard near the Treasure Valley Marketplace.
The $114 million, 87-bed hospital will provide a full range of services to complement the existing emergency department, lab and imaging services that opened in 2012.
Hospital services include:
- Obstetrics and women’s services
- Family Birth Center
- Newborn Intensive Care Unit
- Intensive Care Unit
- Heart and Orthopedic Services
- 3-D Mammography
- Interventional radiology
- Cafeteria & coffee bar
- Gift shop
After several days of intensive cleaning, the hospital will open for patient care on Monday, Oct. 30.
Canyon County is the second most populated county in Idaho; it is also one of the fastest growing. Designed to meet the needs of Canyon County families and the people who care for them, the St. Luke’s hospital will provide clinical space and improve vital services that keep care close to home.
For more information, please see stlukesonline.org/nampa or contact firstname.lastname@example.org