Tuesday, July 28 5-7 pm
@Boundary Community Hospital

for Boundary County Student Athletes

Caring for Our Community, Every Day

Caring for Our Community
Every Day

About The Hospital

At Boundary Community Hospital we understand the unique healthcare needs of our rural neighborhood. We are committed to providing accessible, high-quality, cost-effective treatment to everyone in our community. This means delivering comprehensive services from acute critical care to rehabilitation to transitional care as well as community outreach, wellness and education programs. We continue to upgrade technology, improve patient care and build collaborative partnerships with other healthcare providers in the region. We are proud to provide the vital health services you and your family demand, delivered with professionalism and compassion – right here at home.

Hospital Designated Level II STEMI Center and Level III Stroke Center by State of Idaho

Hospital Designated Level IV Trauma Center by State of Idaho

Contact Information

6640 Kaniksu Street
Bonners Ferry, ID 83805

Telephone | (208) 267-3141
Medical Records Fax | (208) 267-6352
Radiology Fax | (208) 267-7167
Laboratory Fax | (208) 267-4201
Rehabilitation Fax | (208) 267-1747
BC Clinic Fax | (208) 267-3757
Email | info@bcch.org

Visiting Hours
24 Hours a Day – 7 Days a Week
Visitor parking is on Kaniksu Street. Be sure to check in at the Nurse’s Station when you arrive and depart.


Get Directions

Access these offices from Comanche Street
Outpatient Services
Orthopedic Clinic – Building C, Suite A
Human Resources – Building C, Suite B

Careers at Boundary Community Hospital

Featured Department

Rehabilitation Services
Boundary Community Hospital’s Rehabilitation Department offers physical therapy, occupational therapy, and speech therapy. Our goal is to help our patients reach their maximum level of quality of life and independence in mobility, communication, and living skills. Click here for more information.

Featured Position

Being a CNA takes the “want to make a difference” in someone else’s life. Because the position requires one–on–one care, you really get to know the patients. It can be emotionally rewarding in helping someone recover from their illness, or even to provide that daily care for an elderly patient that resides in a nursing home. Many of these types of patients are limited to the facility they reside in.  How to Apply

Read More – The Gift of Caring