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Published on December 12th, 2016

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St. Luke’s Health Center – Forks Opens With Four Services

Bethlehem, PA (12/5/2016) – St. Luke’s University Health Network, in an ongoing effort to fulfill its promise to provide patients with easy access to affordable health care, has opened its newest outpatient center – St. Luke’s Health Center-Forks – at 2003 Sullivan Trail in Easton.

Always working to find ways to bring services to our communities, the health center includes St. Luke’s Family Practice at Palmer – Forks Location with a clinical staff that includes Steven Blasi, DO, Uzma Mariam, MD, Twinkle Nagpal, MD, and Kathleen Mashintino, CRNP. For more information or to make an appointment, call 484-503-6400.

“Our newest outpatient facility is one more example of how St. Luke’s shows its commitment to making health care easy to access,” Edward Nawrocki, president of St. Luke’s Anderson Campus, said.

Additionally, the center features the second location of St. Luke’s Riverside Women’s Healthcare. Physicians Holli Warholic, DO, Christin Gillier, MD, and Shenali Abeysekera, MD, practice at both the new location as well as at its primary location, 1700 St. Luke’s Blvd., Suite 403, Easton, on the St. Luke’s Anderson Campus.

New and existing OB/GYN patients are welcome to call 484-503-0628 to schedule an appointment.

St. Luke’s newest health center also includes St. Luke’s Laboratory Services – Forks for the detection, identification, monitoring and treatment of diseases, chronic illnesses and health conditions. No appointments are necessary and the lab’s hours of operation are 7 am – 3 pm Monday through Friday. Click on sluhn.org/labs or call 1-866-785-8537 for information.

Rounding out the suite of services, Physical Therapy at St. Luke’s – Forks includes orthopaedics & sports rehab, vestibular balance testing & fall risk screening, manual therapy, and fitness programs. For information, call 484-503-6405 or visit stlukespt.com.

“So many services in one place means offers one stop shopping for a family,” Nawrocki said.


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