Browsing the "Women's Health" Category

New Physicians Enhance Award – Winning St. Luke’s Obstetrics & Gynecology Team

September 28th, 2018

St. Luke’s University Health Network has added three new physicians to its expert team of OB/GYN practitioners. “St. Luke’s is expanding its expert team of OB/GYN practitioners so the Network can meet increased demand for its personalized Mom-baby care,” said Susan Cox, RN, MSN, NEA-BC, Regional Director, Women’s Health Services at St. Luke’s University Health Network. “More and more


You Expect to Know… Your Doctor

August 31st, 2018

All moms have a birth story they will tell for generations. For St. Luke’s moms, that birth story starts from the minute they meet their doctors, often before they even become pregnant, and evolves into a tale that includes the special bond they’ve formed with their doctors and staff. Watch Caitlin’s video to hear why


St. Luke’s Dr. Tricia Kelly a Featured Panelist at Lehigh Valley Yoga Fest

July 13th, 2018

Dr. Kelly will be part of the festival’s first-ever panel discussion – about the intersection of yoga and medicine – featuring a handful of diverse experts. “As a breast surgeon, I’m restoring women physically. But there are so many other components that need to be addressed and understood,” she said. “I strongly believe in an integrated


Now under One Roof: St. Luke’s OB/GYN–A Woman’s Place and St. Luke’s Christmas City OB/GYN

July 13th, 2018

As of July 9th, St. Luke’s OB/GYN–A Woman’s Place and St. Luke’s Christmas City OB/GYN have moved to 306 South New Street, Suite 301, Bethlehem, PA 18015. The two practices will share office space but remain independent. Providers moving to the new location include: James Mcguire, MD (Christmas City) Sharon Ravenelle, CRNP (Christmas City) Natalie Chiarolanza, PA-C (Christmas City) Johnnie Willis, MD (A Woman’s Place)


St. Luke’s Opens New Regional Breast Center in Monroe County

March 19th, 2018

New mammography system features remote control allowing patients to control their own breast compression with help of a technologist. St. Luke’s University Health Network opened its second diagnostic breast imaging facility, specifically designed to serve Monroe County and surrounding area patients in need of screening and diagnostic mammograms or advanced breast imaging. The new St. Luke’s Regional Breast


Bilingual Ex-Army Nurse Practitioner Joins St. Luke’s OB/GYN A Woman’s Place

February 23rd, 2018

St. Luke’s OB/GYN A Woman’s Place in Bethlehem has hired Board-certified nurse practitioner Raquel Nunez, a former U.S. Army Reserves officer with years of diverse experience in family practice, emergency medicine and women’s health. Nunez is a bilingual (English and Spanish) provider who is dedicated and patient-focused. “Having Raquel as a member of our provider team


St. Luke’s Introduces ‘Cuddler’ Program for Infants

February 16th, 2018

Newborns at St. Luke’s University Health Network are getting lots of love this Valentine’s Day thanks to the Network’s new “cuddler” program. Cuddler volunteers are specially trained to interact with babies, both premature and full-term, during times when their parents can’t be with them at the hospital. Every parent wants to be with their baby, but


Why are February Newborns Sporting Special Red Hats at St. Luke’s?

February 9th, 2018

The American Heart Association promotes wearing red in the month of February as part of “American Heart Month” to raise awareness about heart disease. But heart disease also impacts the lives of the smallest patients too, which is why, for the past three years, St. Luke’s University Hospital-Bethlehem and St. Luke’s Allentown Campus have participated in the


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