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A word with Dr. David Pate, outgoing CEO of St. Luke’s (access required)

After 10 years as CEO for St. Luke’s Health System, Dr. David Pate will step down at the end of January. Pate received his M.D. from the Baylor College of Medicine and began his career as a primary care physician ...

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St. Luke’s celebrates construction milestone (access required)

Photo of the placement of the last beam on the frame of the St. Luke's Medical Center's new shipping and receiving building in Boise.

Employees of Boise’s St. Luke’s Medical Center and Layton Construction paused on Dec. 17 for the ceremonial placement of the last beam on the frame of the hospital’s new shipping and receiving facility in downtown Boise. Placing the last beam ...

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Cloud 2020: Idaho companies making the move (access required)

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Editor’s note: This is the third in a four-part series on business preparedness for the 2020s. The future of information technology services in Idaho? Cloudy. In this case, that’s a good thing. Cloud proponents – companies providing software and storage over ...

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Demolition begins on former Mercy Medical Center in Nampa

photo of the beginning of the demolition of the old Mercy Medical Center in Nampa

Demolition of the former Mercy Medical Center on 12th Avenue in Nampa is underway. The work began on Dec. 16 at the facility, which has been vacant since Saint Alphonsus opened its new Nampa medical center on Garrity Boulevard in July ...

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Saint Alphonsus opens new vascular clinic (access required)

Graham Donald, MD, cuts the ribbon on the new vascular and endovascular clinic at the Saint Alphonsus Medical Center in Boise.

Saint Alphonsus Medical Center reopened its vascular and endovascular clinic last week, moving it into a new facility in the Hartman Building on the health care provider’s Boise campus. The new clinic space at 1075 N Curtis Road has 4,945 ...

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ICOM becomes the first Apple Distinguished School in Idaho (access required)

A photo of a fully-integrated interactive lecture station in one of ICOM's classrooms.

The Idaho College of Osteopathic Medicine became the first Apple Distinguished School in Idaho just before Thanksgiving. While Apple Inc. is well-known for their targeting and aggressive marketing at schools of all levels, the Apple Distinguished School designation is reserved ...

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Idaho Medicaid expansion moving forward (access required)

The Idaho Department of Health and Welfare (DHW) held public hearings in Boise Dec. 2 and 3 on the fifth of Idaho’s Medicaid waivers, which would allow for inpatient treatment for mental health and substance abuse disorders at a freestanding ...

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Bingham Healthcare launches new weight loss program (access required)

Ribbon cutting at the Bingham Healthcare Specialty Clinic in Idaho Falls. Photo courtesy of Bingham Healthcare.

IDAHO FALLS – Bingham Healthcare held a ribbon-cutting ceremony and open house at its recently-renovated specialty clinic on Nov. 21 to kick-off its new weight loss program, EM-POW-ER. The new program builds on Bingham’s standing in Eastern Idaho for weight-loss care. EM-POW-ER is ...

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BVA celebrates new urgent care clinic (access required)

On Wednesday, Ball Ventures Ahlquist and Saltzer Health hosted a groundbreaking celebration for the first of four new urgent care clinics at Victory Commons in South Meridian. True Care, an Idaho-based company co-owned by Saltzer Health, is developing technology that ...

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