St. Joseph Regional Medical Center is proud to offer casirivimab and imdevimab therapy, a monoclonal antibody treatment for eligible positive COVID-19 patients.
St. Joseph Regional Medical Center is partnering with Cancer Care Northwest (CCNW) to offer radiation oncology physician services to patients in the Lewis-Clark Valley and surrounding areas. The partnership also brings an experienced, full-time board-certified radiation oncologist, Robert Fairbanks, MD, to the LC Valley.
Our hospital’s top priority is safeguarding the health and wellbeing of our patients, providers, employees, and community. With a substantial increase in the prevalence of COVID-19 in our community, we are reinstating a zero-visitor protocol at our facilities. Visitors and guests of patients are not permitted until further notice and only patients receiving medical care will be permitted at this time.*
*Some exceptions may apply (e.g. pediatric patients, obstetric patients and those receiving end-of-life care).
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Please join us in welcoming Amanda Moore, DNP, NP-C. She is accepting new patients. Appointment may be made by calling 208.799.5370.
Amanda Moore, DNP, NP-C
Please join us in welcoming Dr. Barbara Kammer.
Dr. Kammer is currently accepting the former patients of Dr. McIntosh, who retired July 15.
Barbara Kammer, MD
St. Joseph Regional Medical Center is the largest full-service regional medical center between Boise, Idaho and Spokane, Washington, providing advanced-level specialty healthcare.
We are committed to providing safe, high-quality care for our community by having highly-skilled and certified physicians on our healthcare team and a quality facility with the latest in medical technology. St. Joe's has more than 120 board-certified physicians and providers, active in both primary care and specialty practice.
We are a Catholic hospital and our mission is Making Communities Healthier® by Continuing the Healing Ministry of Jesus.