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Osteopathic medical school names new dean (access required)

MERIDIAN – Idaho’s first medical school has a new leader. Thomas Mohr, D.O., has been named chief academic officer and dean of the Idaho College of Osteopathic Medicine, the college announced Aug. 7. Dr. Mohr succeeds Dr. Robert Hasty, a ...

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Saint Alphonsus opens clinic offering ear, nose and throat services and more (access required)

Saint Alphonsus Regional Medical Center in Boise.

Ear, nose and throat specialists are balancing expanded services with hearing and balance disorder treatments and therapies at a new clinic near the Saint Alphonsus Regional Medical Center campus in Boise. Saint Alphonsus Health System officials, staff members and others ...

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Medical group continues to expand its reach in Treasure Valley (access required)

In 25 years, Primary Health Medical Group has expanded from one clinic to 19 locations throughout the Treasure Valley, with future growth on the horizon. The family medicine provider is looking at opening three new clinics in the next few ...

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IBR’s health care panel discussion will offer broad view of industry

The Idaho Business Review will present an August Breakfast Series panel discussion on health care trends featuring local leaders from across the industry, including St. Luke’s Health System, Saint Alphonsus Health System, Blue Cross of Idaho and Delta Dental. The panel, ...

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Primary Health urgent cares now accepting veterans (access required)

Veterans looking for greater access to walk-in urgent care appointments now have 19 Primary Health clinics in the Treasure Valley as an option. The health care provider announced the service July 24 affecting its urgent care locations in response to ...

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St. Luke’s Nampa starts new residency program (access required)

NAMPA – The fast-growing Gem State may be leading the way on several fronts, but the state comes up short on the number of doctors serving its growing population. Helping to bridge that gap in a small but meaningful way, ...

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Shovels kick off medical complex development (access required)

MERIDIAN — Shovels went into the ground July 18 as a prelude to construction of a major new medical complex at Ten Mile Crossing. Wielding ceremonial gold and silver shovels, a group of civic and business leaders and government officials, ...

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Saint Al’s launches program to serve military community (access required)

A new program offered by Saint Alphonsus Health System looks to better serve those who serve. Active members of the armed forces, veterans and their families living in the Treasure Valley could have an easier time accessing more comprehensive medical ...

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REIT inks deal for Nampa skilled nursing facility (access required)

NAMPA – A California real estate investment firm has added a second skilled nursing facility in the Treasure Valley to its ownership portfolio. CareTrust REIT Inc. said July 1 that it expanded its existing relationship with operator Cascadia Healthcare with ...

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