Saint Alphonsus Regional Medical Center makes medical care its primary mission. The 384-bed hospital provides Boise, Idaho, and the surrounding region (including eastern Oregon and northern Nevada) with general, acute, and specialized health care services. Its facilities and operations include a level II trauma center, an orthopedic spinal care unit, an air transport service, and a home health and hospice division. Saint Alphonsus Regional Medical Center is part of Trinity Health's four-hospital Saint Alphonsus Health System, which serves Boise and Nampa in Idaho and Ontario and Baker City in Oregon. The Sisters of the Holy Cross founded the hospital in 1894.