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1.Saint Alphonsus Medical Center-Nampa
1512 12th Ave Rd
Terrible to deal with. They pass the buck on everything but talking your money. Had a valid complaint on a Dr Holley and they did everything they could do to never use that facility forever. Wish that
2.St. Luke's Meridian Medical Center
520 S Eagle Rd Ste 3102
Surgery CentersMammography CentersHospitals
Great service- staff is caring and helpful
3.St Alphonsus Regional Medical Center
1055 N Curtis Rd
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4.St. Luke's Boise
190 E Bannock St
HospitalsClinicsMedical CentersOsteopathic Clinics
Dr. Blea is one of the best doctors. He took wonderful care of me with my daughter and so far the child I am pregnant with.
5.St. Luke's Regional Medical Center-CCU
190 E Bannock St
Nursing & Convalescent HomesHospitals
6.Saint Alphonsus Medical Group
401 E Hawaii Ave
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7.St Alphonsus Ob/Gyn
4424 E Flamingo Ave
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Serving the Nampa area. Need Drug/Alcohol RehabilitationMust Have Insurance!-Inpatient Care
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