St. Lukes Health


Health insurance designed to keep you healthy.

We have the most sought-after network of doctors in Idaho. See how St. Luke's Health Plan makes health care more affordable for you and your family.

Benefits that benefit you.

Primary care

Get easy access to yearly check-ups and other primary care services for $0. When your insurance and doctors are on the same team, everyone benefits.


Seamless integration with your doctor and access to generic drugs with $0 copay with most plans.

Maternity benefits

Having a baby? Congratulations! From the first ultrasound to the birth of your child, our special maternity benefits provide quality care for you and your growing family.

No pre-authorization

As long as you're seeing a doctor in network, no pre-authorization is necessary for most services. Pretty sweet, right?

Virtual care

Our on-demand virtual care makes vital medical services, delivered by our own in-network doctors, more accessible to you.

Spine wellness

80% of Americans suffer back pain at some point in their lives. Ugh! Our spine wellness center can help you get back (see what we did there?) on your feet.

Accessible and affordable health care.

Value-based care

Our goal is to provide the best possible care for the lowest cost.

Quality network

900+ locations and 4,000+ St. Luke's and independent practitioners accountable for the health and well-being of their patients.

Caring for Idaho

Our network is experienced in providing outstanding health & financial outcomes to more than 260,000 people in 20 counties.

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Let’s get you covered.

Get in touch

Questions about our plans or need help signing up? Reach out.

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A brand you can trust

Enroll in St. Luke's Health Plan on Your Health Idaho Marketplace and access a network of 4,000+ doctors and specialists trusted by Idahoans.

Note: Individual and family plans pending annual certification mid-Sept. Open enrollment begins Oct. 15, 2022 for coverage effective Jan. 1, 2023.