Lucie DiMaggio, a practicing internal medicine physician in Twin Falls, is the newest member of the St. Luke’s Health System’s Board of Directors, the hospital announced.
She replaces Magic Valley physician Robert Lobb, who resigned his position after three years to pursue full retirement.
DiMaggio joins 10 other community volunteers from throughout St. Luke’s service area who serve on the Health System Board, which helps guide the organization.
A medical staff member in Twin Falls since 2001, DiMaggio received her bachelor’s degree in biology from the University of Rochester and obtained her medical degree from State University of New York at Buffalo. She completed her Internal Medicine residency at the State University of New York at Buffalo Affiliated Hospitals Program.
Prior to relocating to Idaho, DiMaggio’s experience included work in the developing world, and she has held academic appointments in geographic, and social and preventative medicine, as well as maternal fetal medicine at the State University of New York at Buffalo School of Medicine.
In addition to her work in Twin Falls, DiMaggio has served St. Luke’s as Department of Medicine chairperson, and vice-chief, chief of staff and Credentials Committee chairperson at St. Luke’s Magic Valley Medical Center.
She is currently a member of the St. Luke’s Clinic Physician Leadership Council and St. Luke’s Clinic Electronic Medical Record Physician Steering Committee.