Do You Know About Epic?

October 29th, 2014

As has been previously communicated, St. Luke’s is implementing Epic as our electronic health record and revenue cycle system software. The Epic system will replace over 44 applications and systems that we use today throughout the Network. The Epic team would like to ensure we are providing effective Project Epic communications. We are asking YOU to

Anderson’s Address Changes but Location Stays the Same

October 27th, 2014

The Anderson Campus’s former “Riverside Circle” mailing address is now 1872 St. Luke’s Boulevard, Easton, PA 18045. Please use this new address in mail correspondences with all three buildings at Anderson Campus. Google Maps and GPS providers will be making this update soon

St. Luke’s University Health Network Ebola Preparedness: October 24, 2014

October 27th, 2014

As promised, please find below an update on the status of Ebola and our country’s, region’s and Network’s preparedness. St. Luke’s University Health Network Tools: Information sheets, screening tools and isolation instructions have been implemented in our ERs, Urgent Care Centers, Clinics, physician offices as well as St. Luke’s Emergency Transport Services. Key Departments: Such as

Running For Their Lives, Has Become Her Signature

October 22nd, 2014

On Saturday, October 18, St. Luke’s surgeon Marian McDonald, MD, FACS ran in her 18th consecutive WOMEN’S 5K CLASSIC. Held each year in Allentown’s Little Lehigh Parkway, and now in its 22nd year, the 3.1-mile race promotes fitness among women and raises awareness and money for breast cancer, a disease that affects one of every

Congratulations to Dr. Peter Favini on His New Appointments

October 20th, 2014

We are pleased to announce the appointment of Peter Favini, MD as vice-chairman of Network Emergency Services. This position has been created in response to the growth of our network and the important role emergency departments play in our facilities. In this key role Dr. Favini will assist with the administrative and clinical oversight for network emergency