Syringa Hospital & Clinics is a 15-bed, rural, acute care facility located in beautiful Grangeville, Idaho, serving over 9,000 area residents in an area of 7,500 square miles. A nine-member medical staff supports the hospital. The hospital offers 24-hour emergency care, inpatient and outpatient services, coronary care, OB, complete diagnostic services, physical therapy, Hospice. Two outreach clinics, in Kooskia and Grangeville, serve patients in outlying areas. A Veterans Community Partnership clinic was added in September 2010.
Located at the edge of the Bitterroot Mountains to the south and the Camas Prairie to the north, Grangeville is a community of 3,300 residents, elevation 3,500 feet, and features warm summer days, mild winters and four seasons of outdoor recreation. Five major rivers cut through this diverse landscape offering a variety of seasonal recreation including world class fishing, superb whitewater rafting, golf, cross country and downhill skiing just minutes away. The community of Grangeville is the hub of a network of over 600 miles of groomed snowmobile trails. Two national forests are right in your backyard with bird and big game hunting, hiking, mushroom and berry picking, at various times throughout the year.
Grangeville lies within the boundaries of Idaho County, one of the nation's largest counties in a state that is second only to Alaska in designated wilderness areas. For more information, visit Grangeville's website at www.grangevilleidaho.com.