As the first Pacific Northwest hospital to be awarded the Critical Access Hospital designation by the federal government, Boundary Community Hospital has always played an essential role in meeting the healthcare needs of Bonners Ferry and the surrounding county especially in an emergency.
Boundary Community Hospital has a 20-bed Acute Care Facility and a 28-bed Extended Care Facility. With a 5 Star Rating from the Idaho Health Care Association and multiple Jean Schoonover Excellence in Caring Awards, the Extended Care Facility and Nursing Home provides services to those needing long-term care and close monitoring and is considered one of the top Nursing Homes in the State of Idaho.
Boundary Community Hospital is accredited by DNV, certified by Medicare and Medicaid and licensed by the State of Idaho, Department of Health and Welfare. BCH is an independent member of the Northwest Hospital Alliance which is a collaborative network to assist member hospitals in offering high quality, cost effective health care in North Idaho communities.
Caring for Our Community in Boundary County for Over 100 years
Why work for Boundary Community Hospital?
If you are looking for a career as an integral part of a healing team, Boundary Community Hospital just may be the place for you. Nestled in the heart of the Purcell and Selkirk Mountains, Boundary Community Hospital serves over 10,000 residents in Boundary County. As a Critical Access Hospital, our services are essential to the local community; all of our staff members, from devoted Housekeepers to Physicians, are vital to the health care services we offer and are at the heart of who we are. With that in mind, we take our roles seriously and welcome new applicants who are ready to brave the quiet wilderness of North Idaho. Boundary Community Hospital is settled in Bonners Ferry Idaho where you may enjoy your time off pursuing a playground of fishing, hiking, camping, snowmobiling, skiing, snowboarding, boating, biking, golfing, shooting, spectacular scenery, and peaceful surroundings. Almost any outdoor experience is possible — right out your front door.
We offer a small community environment that harnesses new ideas while embracing old traditions. We have solid K-12 schools, civic organizations such as Rotary club and the Rod Benders (car club), churches, and a full array of opportunities.
Relocating to Boundary County
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