Terry Reilly Health Services to celebrate second Nampa clinic

Terry Reilly Health Services will celebrate opening its second Nampa clinic at 4 p.m. Monday, June 15 at 207 1st St. South. The public is invited to join community leaders, including Mayor Bob Henry and Nampa Chamber of Commerce President Debbie Kling.

The same day, the Idaho Historical Society will recognize the Gente House, the first building the late Terry Reilly opened on May 1, 1971.

The new clinic offers medical, lab, pharmacy, x-ray and behavioral health services. The nonprofit hired no additional staff when the clinic opened, but the expansion creates space for adding staff later, a spokesman said.

The $6.2 million, 30,600-square-foot clinic began receiving patients April 1.

Terry Reilly operates eight medical and behavioral health clinics, four dental clinics and three specialty behavioral health clinics in Ada, Canyon and Owyhee counties.

It plans to break ground on a 6,700-square-foot medical, dental and behavioral health clinic in Caldwell this summer with hopes to open in fall 2015. The clinic, which would be Terry Reilly Health Services’ second in Caldwell, will be located in the Hope’s Plaza Building near the intersection of 14th and Elgin streets.