St. Luke's Children's Hospital, in Idaho's vibrant capitol city of Boise, is currently seeking a full-time Board-Certified/Board-Eligible, fellowship-trained Pediatric Surgeon. Our Pediatric Surgery team consists of 5 Physicians, 5 Pediatric Anesthesiologists, 4 NP's, as well as 3 MA's and 1 Certified First Assistant. St. Luke's Children's Surgery provides the most advanced and experienced pediatric surgery care in the region. Our surgeons treat children of all ages, ranging from neonates to age 18, and cover a single hospital. Our pediatric team has more than 150 skilled pediatricians and pediatric specialists, including a full service hospitalist program who work with providers from around the region to provide high quality care to more than 100,000 pediatric patients annually. Additionally, we have a Level IV NICU and a 13-bed PICU, the first in the state of Idaho. St. Luke's Children's Hospital is also developing a pediatric trauma program.
St. Luke's Children's Hospital will be opening the new, state-of-the-art Idaho Elks Children's Pavilion in early 2019. This project is a $42 million, 4-story, 85,000 square foot central building for all of our Pediatric specialties and services under the same roof. For safe, direct access, the Children's Pavilion will connect to our Hospital via sky bridge.
Highly competitive guaranteed base salary with potential production and quality incentives; Generous recruitment incentives may include a sign on bonus, loan repayment, fellowship stipend and relocation; Hospital employed with great benefits, retirement, malpractice, vacation and CME allowance; Medical education opportunities available teaching med students and residents;
Internal Number: 2018-11697
About St. Luke's
St. Luke’s is Idaho’s largest, fastest-growing and most awarded health system. Recognized for distinguished patient care, Named the best state to practice, and a Truven Top 15 Health System, St. Luke's is a locally owned and operated, physician-led, not-for-profit health system that is proud to deliver evidence-based, patient centered care.