No Cost Flu Shots

It’s time to prevent the flu! Talk to your doctor about options right for you. Influenza (flu) is a contagious respiratory illness. To avoid getting sick, please protect yourself and your family. Follow these simple steps to help prevent against the flu: Take time to get a flu shot! While sick, limit contact with others […]

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Alzheimer’s Disease Class

Valor Health is proud to offer a FREE health education series with the Alzheimer’s Association, Greater Idaho Chapter. Join us and learn more about healthy living for your brain and body  October 2nd, 3pm-4pm Alzheimer’s Disease: Know the 10 Signs November 6th, 5pm-6pm Alzheimer’s Disease: Enjoying the Holidays January 10th, 3pm-4pm Alzheimer’s Disease: Healthy Living […]

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Community Health Needs Assessment 2017

The community health needs assessment (sometimes called a CHNA), refers to a state and local health assessment that identifies key health needs and issues through systematic, comprehensive data collection and analysis. The United Way 2017 Treasure Valley Community Health Assessment is available here 2017_UW_CommunityAssessment

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Medical Laboratory Professionals Week 2018

Last week Valor Health celebrated Medical Laboratory Professionals Week, or Lab Week, in appreciation of the vital contributions the laboratory makes in diagnosing disease and playing an active role in protecting public health. This year Valor Health promoted “Antibiotic Stewardship”, highlighting the ways the clinical lab helps control antibiotic resistance and ways everyone can help […]

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Valor Health Hospital performed emergency training simulation

Valor Health Hospital, in conjunction with Idaho Simulation Network, performed a time sensitive emergency training simulation in March. Valor had been training for three months for the 2-day simulation, which focused on communication, transport, hospital quality and protocol. St Luke’s Health Systems provided the simulation technology resource. Gem County EMS and Life Flight Network were on […]

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