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Cardiology Research Studies

For over two decades, the cardiologists at St. Luke’s have been advancing cardiac care through clinical research. Our clinical research studies have identified risk factors, behavioral changes, and treatments that have saved lives and improved patients' quality of life. Our experienced research team makes it their highest priority to advance local and global knowledge of cardiovascular disease and to bring leading-edge therapies in the treatment of cardiovascular disease to our local communities.

We have a variety of studies open at any given time and are always looking to extend research opportunities to qualified participants. Your participation in clinical studies allows us to bring new treatments and therapies to patients in our community which may not have otherwise been available.

Areas of Focus

  • Advanced medical therapy for arrhythmias
  • Congestive heart failure
  • Cholesterol
  • Coronary artery disease
  • Myocardial infarction
  • Imaging techniques

St. Luke's Investigators

Contact Us

If you're interested in more information regarding cardiology clinical research at St. Luke's, please call (208) 388-7210 or send us an email.


Articles & Resources

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    Need for St. Luke’s Heart Failure Clinic Drives Staff, Service Expansion

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    St. Luke’s Named One of Nation’s Top 50 Cardiovascular Hospitals

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    St. Luke’s Boise and Meridian medical centers honored with Mission: Lifeline achievement award

  • Blog Post

    St. Luke’s Approach Transforms Heart Patient into CEO of his Health

Support Local Research Opportunities

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 Give to support laboratory research, patient clinical trials and applied research in our community.