Generosity Timeline
and Impact

 

Over the last 10 years, approximately 500,000 patients have come through the hospital’s doors. Our community’s spirit of generosity has impacted each and every one of them. Community generosity has:

2000: Opened St. Luke's Wood River due to community generosity that raised over $20 million in 20 months to make our state-of-the-art critical access hospital a reality

2002: Enabled on–site MRI Imaging to help save lives by providing quick diagnosis for injury and illness

2004: Funded Idaho’s first 16-slice CT Scanner  to provide more detailed images to treat illness and injury more effectively

2005: Established the P. Scott McLean, Jr., MD Endowment for Staff Education to enhance patient care

2007: Established the Emergency Services Endowment Fund to ensure expert emergecy care, including a board-certified emergency physician on staff 24-hours a day, 7 days a week

2007: Equipped two integrated operating rooms with advanced technology for shorter procedures, faster recovery times and improved clinical outcomes

2008: Expanded our Mother/Baby Unit with a more comfortable, roomy  family environemnt and two additional birthing suites

2008: Enabled a dedicated, private infusion room for patients to receive chemotherapy or infusion treatments



The Women's Imaging Center features state-of-the-art digital mammography technology in a healing environment.
The Women's Imaging Center features state-of-the-art digital mammography technology in a healing environment.

 

2009: Built and equipped the Women's Imaging Center with state-of-the-art digital mammography

2009: Established Integrative Therapies Program for a multi-disciplinary approach to healing

2010: Acquired the Alter G. Anti-gravity treadmill for advancing rehabilitation and athletic performance  

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