What Sets Us Apart
Cassia Regional Hospital is a 25-bed critical access hospital (CAH) provider, and your nonprofit community hospital in Burley, Idaho. We are passionate about delivering the highest quality care with unmatched compassion, outstanding service and innovative technology. Because we are part of the world-class Intermountain Healthcare system, we deliver evidence-based care and can leverage our advanced resources to create seamless continuity of care for every patient from our suite of tele-medicine services to primary care and specialty care clinics. Our highly skilled emergency services provide paramedic level pre-hospital care, and STEMI Level II, Stroke Level III, and Trauma Level IV designations. We are honored to deliver Mini-Cassia’s 500+ babies each year. We are proud to be Joint Commission Accredited, which means we are held to rigorous performance standards giving you the confidence you will receive the highest quality care in the safest possible environment. This is our community, and we are proud to be the team that helps you live the healthiest life possible.
Since the earliest version of Cassia Regional Hospital (formerly Cassia Regional Medical Center) first opened its doors in 1960, we have been committed to meeting healthcare needs of individuals and families in the greater Burley, Idaho, area.
1960 Cassia Memorial Hospital, owned by Cassia County, opened under a management contract with LDS Church
Bernard Boehmer, MD
Board Vice Chair
Aaron Guercio, MD
Through the generous support of individuals, groups, businesses and organizations who donate their time and/or resources, Cassia Regional Hospital can meet its goal to continuously improve the quality of health care provided in our community. Each one of our volunteers is a valued team member, touching the lives of people and helping them to heal. Volunteers at Cassia Regional Hospital provide service at the hospital and at many events and programs throughout our community.