St. Luke’s is honored to support the Women’s and Children’s Alliance and its vision to “foster a community where individuals thrive in safe, healthy relationships.” As an Idaho-based, not-for-profit health system, St. Luke’s and its leaders are committed to improving the health of the communities we serve. Key partnerships with outstanding nonprofit organizations like the WCA are critical to helping people live their healthiest lives.
St. Luke’s and the WCA share deep local roots. St. Luke’s was founded as a six-bed frontier hospital in Boise in 1902. Over the last 100-plus years, St. Luke’s has evolved to become a leader in health care innovation and earned distinctions as a Top 15 Health Systems in the U.S. for the past six years as. St. Luke’s also understands the importance of health outside the hospital and clinic walls.
From St. Luke’s physicians caring for women and children who have suffered abuse and health system leaders Dave Self, Chief Administrative Officer, and Theresa McLeod, Sr. Director of Community Engagement, serving on the WCA Board of Directors, to the 60-+ St. Luke’s TWIN recipients, St. Luke’s is proud to support the WCA. We are humbled to help the WCA build heathier relationships and healthier communities.
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