Teton Valley Health is committed to educating and engaging with our local community in health-related events and activities.
Current Community Events- Come Join Us!
- Wrun for Wray: June 22, 8am – 3pm (Sponsorship)
- Music on Main: Thursdays, June 20 – August 15, 6pm (Sponsorship)
- Fourth of July Parade: Thursday, July 4th, 10:30am Victor, ID
- Tin Cup Challenge Day: Saturday, July 20th, 9am – noon
- Wydaho Rendezvous Bike Festival: August 30 – September 2 (Sponsorship)
Health & Wellness Education
- Diabetes Self Management Education assists diabetics and families with blood sugar control and healthy lifestyles.Our Registered Dietitian is also available to help with the fight against weight gain. Individual counseling available upon request.
- Our Chronic Care Management program is specially designed to help people manage their health proactively and work toward realistic personal goals. Clients communicate regularly with a nurse manager who assists with every point of navigation to reduce visits to the emergency room and improve their overall wellness. Call (208) 354-6317 ext. 139 for more information.
- Breast Health Support Fund provides free basic mammogram screening for anyone who cannot afford this important screening tool. In 2018 we were able to provide over 20 FREE mammograms for community members. Call (208) 354-6331 for application instructions.
- Pain Management specialists work in concert with your primary physician and other medical professionals to provide additional treatment possibilities for patients who are experiencing chronic pain. Treatment plans are designed to incorporate the patient’s health goals in an effective, whole-person approach. Treatments may include injections, medications, counseling, and coaching.
Community Health Needs Assessment
We strive to service and meet the needs of our community. Through data gathered by our Community Health Needs Assessment (CHNA), conducted every three years, we assess those needs that are most important to our valley. Our 2016 CHNA results showed significant health needs in five areas: Affordability/Accessibility, Mental Health/Suicide, Prevention/Wellness, Alcohol/Substance Abuse, and Accidents. During 2016-19, we addressed those concerns by adding additional service lines and resources like Tele-mental & Tele-Stroke, Chronic Care Management, a community assistance program for help on payments, and public service campaigns on substance abuse and concussions, to name a few. We are in the midst of data gathering for our 2019 CHNA and look forward to new and continued areas of focus.
For an in-depth assessment of our community demographics and overall wellness, read our most recent Community Health Needs Assessment. Learn how Teton Valley Health and local agencies are working together to address our community’s top concerns.