Saint Alphonsus Medical Center is a 49-bed, acute care, not-for-profit hospital serving Ontario and the surrounding communities in eastern Oregon and southwestern Idaho. At Saint Alphonsus Medical Center, the chief concern is you, your health and your future. Saint Alphonsus wants you to be comfortable and secure, knowing the best possible healthcare is available right here in your area, just minutes from your home. The medical center is proud to respond to a broad range of healthcare needs with the help of modern equipment and a qualified, caring staff. Today – through many new services, improved techniques, advancing technology and the skills of highly trained, specialized medical professionals – Saint Alphonsus is planning for your future health. At Saint Alphonsus Medical Center, medical and support staff not only provide quality care but feel it equally important to contribute to the well-being of the community through health education, outreach programs, screenings, health fairs, seminars and community partnerships.
In addition to the many services previously listed, physicians are available to provide chiropractic, dental and optical care. Lifeways offers comprehensive behavioral health services. Local dentists are available for everything from a routine cleaning to orthodontic care and oral surgery. Additionally, there are several healthcare facilities located throughout the area that complement the services provided by Saint Alphonsus Medical Center.
Health and wellness are an integral part of life. Whether sick or healthy, there is a doctor ready to serve. In an emergency, advanced life support local ambulance service is available. This service is supported by a special assessment levied throughout Malheur County. Additional medical facilities are located in Boise, Nampa and Caldwell. Mountain States Tumor Institute, in Boise, is the region’s cancer treatment center, with satellite centers in Nampa and Ontario providing services as well. What’s more, Ontario is equipped with a Davita Dialysis Center and is now the home base of a regional Life Flight operation.