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The largest medical facility in the region, Eastern Idaho Regional Medical Center (EIRMC) is a full-service hospital with 318 patient beds.
Only hospital in the region to achieve three accreditations for heart care: Atrial-Fibrillation with EPS, Chest Pain and Heart Failure (ACC Accreditation Services 2016)
Find our more about Eastern Idaho Regional Medical Center (EIRMC) by having a look at our Fast Facts.
With its expansive ability to deliver high-quality, cost-effective patient care and rich history in the community, Eastern Idaho Regional Medical Center reflects the growth and development of Idaho Falls and its changing healthcare needs. EIRMC now offers state-of-the-art care to more than 300,000 people across the region and continues to develop its services to benefit patients and their families.
In Idaho Falls, the city’s first hospital was established in 1906. For the next eighty years, additional hospitals were built, expanded, merged and sold. During the 1980s, local physicians wanted to establish a regional medical center to not only serve Idaho Falls but also growing communities in surrounding areas. On December 22, 1986, Eastern Idaho Regional Medical Center opened its doors, and the two facilities serving Idaho Falls closed. Physicians no longer had to cross town to see patients at two different hospitals.
For the past thirty years, EIRMC has focused on its mission to improve patient lives. With the support of its corporate parent, HCA, its facility has expanded to include a Level II Trauma Center Wound Care & Hyperbaric Center, Heart Center and Atrial Fibrillation Clinic as well as a Spine Center. The medical center has grown to become the leading neonatal and pediatric care provider in the region. Additionally, the EIRMC Behavioral Health Center is a 74-bed freestanding hospital that provides inpatient care for adults and adolescents.
With 318 patient beds, EIRMC now serves Idaho Falls and surrounding communities as well as southeast Idaho, western Wyoming, Yellowstone National Park and parts of Montana. EIRMC delivers specialized care to people who live and work in the city – close to home.
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News Articles List
As EIRMC celebrates their 30th Anniversary, the Post Register takes a look back at the last last 30 years. Features stories and quotes from Keila...
We haven't seen weather conditions like what we saw in the east Idaho region Friday for almost a decade. This type of cold can bring on many ...
Unlike the original 2D system, this 3D technology takes many images of the breast layer by layer, which in turn brings up the accuracy of finding...
EIRMC's Family Fun Day and Bikes for Kids kicked off the start of a great Saturday morning at snake river landing.
The Neo-natal Intensive Care Unit at Eastern Idaho Regional Medical Center takes care of hundreds of babies every year.
EIRMC spotlights outstanding volunteer who spreads kindness and humor.
EIRMC Volunteer is National Finalist for Humanitarian Award
First responders attended hands-on training courses such as trauma, special patient populations, medical condition, airway management, pharmacology...
The state is recognizing Eastern Idaho Regional Medical Center as a level II trauma center.
A local nurse is being honored after she rushed to the side of a basketball game referee as he began having a seizure.
Eastern Idaho Regional Medical Center is trying a new treatment in an effort to reverse one type of blindness.
58 year-old Harley Engelman is legally blind. His wife found a clinical trial stem cell ophthalmology treatment and he was accepted into this...
Hundreds of community members attended the 28th annual Spring Heart and Health Fair at Eastern Idaho Regional Medical Center in Idaho Falls.
Eastern Idaho Regional Medical Center is hosting its 28th annual Spring Heart and Health Fair Saturday.
If you see someone with these symptoms, they may be having a stoke! Know the signs and you could save a life!
Iris Torvik was honored by the American Red Cross of Greater Idaho for their "Real Hero" awards.