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Boise, ID
10000+ employees
Nonprofit Organization
Health Care Services & Hospitals
$1 to $2 billion (USD) per year

Working at St. Luke's Health System

St. Luke’s Health System was founded as a six-bed frontier hospital in 1902 and has evolved to become Idaho’s largest health care provider. St. Luke’s is the only locally governed, Idaho-based, not-for-profit health system, with a network of seven ... Read more

Mission: St. Luke's Strategy is the Triple Aim: Better Health, Better Care, and Lower Cost. Improving the health of the people in our region.

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    I worked at St. Luke's Health System full-time


    Great place to work and learn.


    None, I can think of.

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St. Luke's Health System Photos

St. Luke's Health System photo of: St. Luke's Boise Medical Center
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St. Luke's Health System photo of: New ICU in Magic Valley
St. Luke's Health System photo of: New Infusion area in Magic Valley
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St. Luke's Health System Interviews



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    Connect Specialist Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate in Boise, ID
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    Easy Interview


    I applied online. I interviewed at St. Luke's Health System (Boise, ID).


    I applied on their career portal for this position and was contacted via email to come to their group interview one week later.
    The group interview was held at their business office on Shoreline in downtown Boise.
    There were about 8 managers, and there were 18 applicants (16 women, 2 men) vying for 3 positions.
    Each manager took one applicant and a team of 2 managers interviewed the one person and then they got to leave.
    The applicant doesn't meet with all the managers, and some don't even meet with a manager who is actually hiring. All the applications/resumes are on the table and the managers just come in and grab one, so it's simply luck of the draw on who you interview with and if you get to talk to someone who actually has an opening. We're assuming that if you are fantastic, someone who isn't hiring is going to tell someone who is about you. Though that doesn't sound right ....
    They have a list of questions but some interviews last longer than others so it didn't appear that all managers asked all questions.
    There was no information given about next steps.
    And as of a month later, there was no communication one way or the other thereafter.

    Interview Questions

    • What would you do if someone from another area came and asked for your help when you have your own tasks to do and you really need to get it done.   1 Answer
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St. Luke's Health System Awards & Accolades

  • Top 15 Health Systems in the US, Truven Health Analytics, 2017
  • America's 100 Best Hospitals & Outstanding Patient Experience Awards, HealthGrades, 2017
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