Saint Alphonsus is dedicated to delivering advanced medical services in a spiritual, healing environment throughout southwest Idaho, eastern Oregon and northern Nevada. Through innovative technologies, compassionate staff and warm, healing environments, Saint Alphonsus strives to provide care that is focused on patients.
Founded in 1894 by the Sisters of the Holy Cross, Saint Alphonsus was the first hospital established in Boise—bringing healthcare to the poor and underserved. Now referred to as Saint Alphonsus Regional Medical Center, our licensed medical-surgical/acute care 381 bed facility serves as the center for advanced medicine and is poised to support the community well into the future.
Saint Alphonsus also has an intricate system of health and wellness services that extend into the communities around our region. The Saint Alphonsus Medical Group has primary care and specialty care physicians throughout the region that are focused on keeping care close to home.
The Saint Alphonsus Health Plaza offers diverse services such as outpatient surgery, urgent care, lab and diagnostic services, rehabilitation services, primary and specialized physician care—in Idaho's most rapidly growing communities.
Our Virtual Monitoring & Care initiatives use telemedicine to reach out to patients who are homebound or in rural areas that lack mobility or access to healthcare centers and services. Through audio and/or visual means, healthcare providers are able to remotely assess, monitor, instruct, educate and treat patients who typically would not be able to travel to receive services.
As far back as 1900, when the hospital installed the first x-ray equipment in Idaho, Saint Alphonsus has been known for innovation in technology and treatment.
These community-based services, combined with the advanced critical care available at Saint Alphonsus Regional Medical Center, provide residents with more comprehensive, convenient and accessible health and wellness care, and support our mission to improve the health of our communities.