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your generosity

is building a stronger community

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investing in health care

changes lives in our community

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legacy giving today

drives health care innovation for tomorrow

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ensuring excellence

in emergency services and care

COVID-19 Response Fund will address needs of patients, employees, and clinical priorities stemming from COVID-19 in the Wood River Valley!

Help Those in Need

The Keith Sivertson, MD Compassionate Care Program helps patients in need by assisting with the cost of lodging, transportation, medical supplies, medications, and other health-related necessities.

Build Workforce Housing

Help fund construction of 12 new homes for St. Luke’s Wood River employees. This critical investment will help recruit and retain critical healthcare workers. Construction will begin this fall.

Expanding care for patients in need

Help Family Health Services open a medical, dental, and behavioral health clinic, with pharmacy services in the city of Bellevue to serve the uninsured and under-insured.

Thank Caregivers

Thank SLWR healthcare workers by supporting the Recognition Endowment Fund. This fund provides ongoing recognition efforts to thank caregivers for their extraordinary dedication to our community.

Your Gifts Advance Innovative Health Care Programs and Services

Lucy Kalanithi, MD When Breath Becomes Air Physician, Widow of the #1 Bestselling Author of When Breath Becomes Air

2022 Speaker Series - Save the Date! 5:30 p.m., Wednesday, August 3 The Argyros Performing Arts Center, Ketchum Dr. Lucy Kalanithi is a clinical associate professor of Medicine at the Stanford University School of Medicine and the widow of the late Dr. Paul Kalanithi, author of the #1 New York Times best-selling memoir, When Breath Becomes Air, to which she wrote the epilogue. She completed her medical degree at Yale, her residency training at the University of California-San Francisco, and a postdoctoral fellowship in healthcare delivery innovation at Stanford’s Clinical Excellence Research Center. Join Dr. Kalanithi’s discussion about the life lessons she learned from her dying husband. And, how five years later, she accepted loss and moved forward to live life fully. A Free Community Event made possible through generosity. Online ticket reservation information coming soon!


Legacy Giving

There is no finer gift than one that offers health and hope to others.

As you plan for your future you make several important decisions. One of those carefully planned decisions may be to create a lasting impact through a legacy gift. Legacy giving is a meaningful way to make a difference that will endure beyond your lifetime, impacting the lives of generations to come.

Consider including St. Luke’s Wood River Foundation in your estate plans to ensure health and healing for generations to come.

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St. Luke's Wood River Foundation Mission:

To inspire generosity that improves health and well-being in the community.

St. Luke's Wood River Foundation Vision:

We envision a community where generosity ensures clinical excellence and empowers health for all.