Terry Reilly has seven clinics spread throughout the Treasure Valley. Each clinic location has a physician who works there one or more days a week. We also offer dental services and behavioral health services. Primary hospital call is shared with most of the primary call physicians. This is a Community Health Clinic where students are welcome.
Saint Alphonsus Medical Center - Nampa
Saint Alphonsus Medical Center — Nampa is a not-for-profit, 152-bed acute care hospital serving the medical needs of the greater Nampa, Idaho area.
Saint Alphonsus Regional Medical Center — Boise is part of Saint Alphonsus Health System, a four-hospital, 714-bed integrated healthcare system serving the needs of the people in southwestern Idaho, eastern Oregon and northern Nevada. There have hospitals conveniently located throughout Idaho and eastern Oregon, with locations in: Baker City, Oregon; Boise, Idaho; Nampa, Idaho and Ontario, Oregon.
We work with three nursing homes: Trinity Holly (120 beds), Trinity Midland (112 beds), and Nampa Care (100 beds). Each provides 24-hour nursing care, physical therapy, and more. Family Medicine physicians see their patients at the nursing home.
Nampa is 20 miles west of Boise in southwestern Idaho. The interstate that runs through Nampa is Interstate 84 (west) which has four exits into Nampa. The Nampa Municipal Airport is located there for general aviation. Among the principal roads are Idaho state highway 55, Nampa-Caldwell Boulevard (which connects Nampa with Caldwell), 12th Avenue Road, 16th Avenue, and Garrity Boulevard. The Union Pacific's Northwest Corridor line, connecting Salt Lake City and points east with the Pacific Northwest, runs through Nampa. Boise Airport: (BOI), also known as Boise Air Terminal is 20 miles away. Boise is a landing rights airfield for commercial and general aviation. In addition to being a commercial and general aviation airport, Boise also sees usage by the Idaho Air National Guard on the Gowen Field Air National Guard Base portion of the airport. The National Interagency Fire Center is based in the city of Boise and the Boise Airport is used for logistical support. The United States Forest Service also uses Boise Airport as a base for aerial firefighting air tankers during the wildfire season.
To see a map of where we are located and/or get directions from other locations, go to maps.google.com (for directions, click "Get Directions" in the upper left-hand corner where you can input the starting address).
Nampa has twenty-four parks, the largest of which is Lakeview Park. The Nampa Recreation Center, a 140,000-square-foot facility containing a six-pool aquatics center, three gymnasiums, racquetball courts, a walking/running track, a weight room and exercise equipment, a climbing wall, and a number of other activity areas, opened in 1994. Centennial Golf Course (18 holes) and Ridgecrest Golf Club (27 holes) are owned and operated by the City of Nampa.
The Idaho Center is a complex of entertainment venues. Venues include a 10,500-seat amphitheater which was built in 1998 and features a 60-by-40-foot stage; a 12,279-seat arena featuring 31,200 square feet (2,900 m2) of arena floor space; the Idaho Horse Park, used for horse shows; and the Sports Center, used for track and field events including the home meets of the Boise State University Broncos track teams.
The Idaho Center arena is best known for hosting the Snake River Stampede Rodeo during the third week of July every year. The Snake River Stampede is considered one of the nation's top rodeos.
The arena is the former home of the Idaho Stampede of the Continental Basketball Association and the Idaho Stallions of the now defunct Indoor Professional Football League and is used for concerts; trade shows, sporting events, and other events. The Idaho Center arena is the former home of the NAIA Division II Men's Basketball Tournament. Upon its completion, the tournament moved to the Idaho Center in 1998 from its former home on the campus of Northwest Nazarene University (then known as Northwest Nazarene College). The tournament left town in 2000 when NNC became a University and left the NAIA to become an NCAA Division II School.
In March 2004, the Idaho Center arena played home for the Boise State University men's basketball second round matchup in the NIT against the UW–Milwaukee Panthers. The game was moved to the Idaho Center due to a prior scheduled Metallica concert at Boise State's Taco Bell Arena. The game drew a crowd of more than 10,000, making it the largest crowd to see a basketball game in the arena's history.
On November 14, 2006, the Idaho Center hosted the Rolling Stones, the first time the band had performed in Idaho. The Idaho Center also has been hosting a Monster Jam event once a year. Nampa has also been selected as the host for the 2012 Division I NCAA Indoor Track & Field Championships
The Treasure Valley is the area of the Western United States where the Payette, Boise, Weiser, Malheur, Owyhee, and Burnt rivers drain into the Snake River. Treasure Valley includes all the lowland areas from Vale, Oregon on the west to Boise, Idaho on the east. Historically, the valley had been known as the Lower Snake River Valley or the Boise River Valley.
One of the major attractions of the Treasure Valley is the opportunity for year-round outdoor recreation. There are bike/hiking trails in and around town, including Boise Green Belt. There are numerous nearby trails, lakes and mountain. Boise offers the Boise Coop that has organic food, fresh local produce and wine selections. In addition there is golfing, fishing, hunting, camping, shooting, canoeing, bird watching, rock climbing, skating, hiking and wildlife viewing.
In Nampa the average daytime high temperature in January is 39° F and the daily temperature averages 92° F in July.