St. Luke’s Care Now – Brodheadsville is Now Open!

February 7th, 2018

We are pleased to announce the opening of our 11th Care Now facility! St. Luke’s Care Now offers fast, convenient care for minor illnesses and injuries when your primary care doctor can’t see you immediately. Walk-in care. No appointment is ever needed A St. Luke’s provider is always available Lab and X-ray services Comprehensive Occupational Medicine services


Northgate Urology Associates Joins St. Luke’s

February 7th, 2018

Bethlehem, PA – St. Luke’s University Health Network and Joseph B. Lennert, MD, FACS, are pleased to announce that his practice, Northgate Urology Associates, has joined the Network as St. Luke’s Northgate Urology. “Dr. Lennert has been a leader in furthering the field of urology at St. Luke’s for many years,” said Frank J. Tamarkin, MD, SLUHN section chief of


Well-Known Palmerton / Gnaden Huetten Heart Specialists Join St. Luke’s Cardiology Associates

February 2nd, 2018

Newest Campuses Begin to Deliver on Promise of Merger William Markson, MD; Todd Banning, DO; Ronald Stein, MD; and Lillian Gattone, PA-C of Cardiology Associates and Diagnostic Center, LLC have joined St. Luke’s Cardiology Associates and the St. Luke’s Heart & Vascular Center. The group joined St. Luke’s as a result of the recent merger with Blue Mountain


St. Luke’s Miners Campus Receives Highest Possible Quality Score from Medicare & Medicaid

February 2nd, 2018

Three St. Luke’s Hospitals Are Only Regional Facilities Given This Recognition St. Luke’s Miners Campus, along with St. Luke’s Anderson Campus and St. Luke’s Warren Campus, has received the highest possible quality rating from the annual quality and safety hospital review conducted by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid (CMS.) In Pennsylvania and New Jersey, only 15 hospitals received


St. Luke’s Warren Campus Receives Highest Possible Quality Score from Medicare & Medicaid

February 2nd, 2018

Three St. Luke’s Hospitals Are Only Regional Facilities Given This Recognition St. Luke’s Warren Campus, along with St. Luke’s Anderson Campus and St. Luke’s Miners Campus, has received the highest possible quality rating from the annual quality and safety hospital review conducted by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid (CMS.) In Pennsylvania and New Jersey, only 15 hospitals received


St. Luke’s Monroe Campus Awarded Prestigious Stroke Accreditation

January 26th, 2018

St. Luke’s Monroe Campus has been awarded stroke accreditation from the Joint Commission, a key designation that reflects an organization’s commitment to meeting high performance standards. “Receiving accreditation as a primary stroke center represents an important milestone, and a seal of quality for the program as a whole,” says Daniel Ackerman, M.D., Director of Stroke and


Bond with baby at YOGA at St. Luke’s Baby & Me Support Center

January 19th, 2018

The new St. Luke’s Baby & Me Support Center is now hosting yoga classes for babies and moms or caregivers. The classes, held at St. Luke’s Baby & Me Support Center at 1425 Eighth Avenue in Bethlehem, will cost $15 per class and will focus on movement, bonding, flexibility and helping moms get back into shape after


High-Risk Pregnancy Expert and Inventor Joins St. Luke’s Maternal Fetal Medicine Group

January 15th, 2018

Meredith Birsner, MD, a high-risk pregnancy expert who invented a device to teach breech extraction of twins, has joined St. Luke’s University Health Network, where she will care for patients and help train residents on treating serious birth complications. “We’re there when a patient has a challenging preconception medical condition or if there are complications and


St. Luke’s Partners with the Brem Foundation to Provide Life-Saving Education and Preventive Screening for Breast Cancer

January 12th, 2018

Editors Note: Re-Bra Launch Event this Saturday, January 13 at 11 am at Easton Public Market. Easton business owner and philanthropist, Stephen Flowers and Dr. Tricia Kelly, MD, St. Luke’s breast surgeon, to collect donations and answer questions. After her mastectomy, Amanda Bergman had a drawer-full of bras she would never wear again. They were in good condition, and they could