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Bonds bring new public health center to Caldwell  (access required)

Site work is under way for a new Caldwell public health facility, the first public building to use funds from the Build America Bond program. Jordan-Wilcomb Construction of Boise was given the go-ahead on Feb. 23. “As soon as I ...

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Idaho Falls physician group acquired by Mednax

Fort Lauderdale, Fla.-based Mednax has purchased a neonatal physician group based in Idaho Falls. The practice consists of two physicians who staff the Level III neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) at Eastern Idaho Regional Medical Center, as well as two ...

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St. Luke’s expands laboratory solution software

Idaho-based St. Luke’s Health System is preparing to expand the health care diagnostic information technology and outreach solutions in its laboratories. Sunquest Information Systems, a provider of health care diagnostic information technology and outreach solutions, and St. Luke’s Health System ...

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Health and Welfare launches new benefits system

Idaho’s Department of Health and Welfare has successfully replaced its outdated human service benefits eligibility system with the support of global management consulting firm Accenture. The new Idaho Benefit and Eligibility System replaces a 30-year-old eligibility system that could not ...

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New hospital opens in Gooding (access required)

Construction is complete on the 50,000-square-foot North Canyon Medical Center in Gooding, and officials are preparing to open the doors to patients on March 2. Sandy, Utah-based Layton Construction, which has an office in Boise, began construction on the new ...

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Twin Falls doctor joins St. Luke’s board

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 ...

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Ribbon cut on new BSU nursing building (access required)

Boise State University on Jan. 13 cut the ribbon on its new 81,000-plus square foot Norco Building, which will house the university’s Department of Nursing and University Health Services. The four-story building, located at 1529 Belmont St. on the south ...

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