In November 2014, Boise Weekly
Terry Reilly Executive Director Heidi Traylor shows off the clinic's new 30,000-square-foot, $6.2 million facility.
donned a hard hat and gingerly stepped around the construction site that would soon become a $6.2 million, state-of-the-art, 30,000-square-foot Terry Reilly Health Services' facility in Nampa.
"It's ahead of schedule on budget," said Heidi Traylor, executive director of Terry Reilly.
What began as a makeshift clinic in May 1971, in Reilly's Nampa living room, has become one of the national models for community health caregiving. Reilly's "clinic" was moved into the old Square Deal Market grocery store at the corner of 16h Avenue North and Third Street North and was dubbed the "Nampa Clinic." Soon after, Terry Reilly clinics opened in Garden City, Parma and Homedale, and then throughout the Treasure Valley. Terry Reilly Health Services' most ambitious project to date will open its doors Wednesday, April 1.
Approximately 30,000 patients walk through the doors of Treasure Valley Terry Reilly clinics each year. The new Nampa facility will house multiple patient-care teams, a laboratory, full pharmacy, X-ray, mental health services and medical administration.
"It was really important that we stay close to downtown Nampa, giving our clients easy access and plenty of parking," said Traylor. "We like what's going on in downtown Nampa."