New Kresgeville Family Practice Expands Access to St. Luke’s Care in Monroe County

February 22nd, 2019

Family Health Center in Kresgeville, Monroe County is now part of St. Luke’s University Health Network after joining the region’s top-ranked network and changing its name to St. Luke’s Kresgeville Family Practice. Thomas Munshower, DO, will continue to see patients at the practice, located at 534 Interchange Road. As an adult medicine and family medicine physician, Dr. Munshower


St. Luke’s Palmerton Practice Expands Staff, Hours to Treat Patients of All Ages

February 13th, 2019

To be able to provide quality, compassionate care to patients of all ages, St. Luke’s Palmerton Internal Medicine became St. Luke’s Palmerton Primary Care as of February 1, 2019. The practice has added three new providers: family medicine physician Joseph McGinley, DO, and nurse practitioners Bethany Lengel, CRNP, and Britta Hansen, CRNP. The practice will continue at


Helping Families Grow and Patients Find Relief

February 11th, 2019

A Q&A with Michael S Patriarco, DO Dr. Patriarco provides gynecological care with a focus on patients suffering from gynecological issues like abnormal uterine bleeding, endometriosis, pelvic pain, infertility, urinary incontinence and fibroids. In many cases, these patients find relief and renewed quality of life thanks to the minimally invasive techniques practiced by Dr. Patriarco and his team


Buxmont Gastroenterology Joins St. Luke’s

February 11th, 2019

Bux-mont Gastroenterology joined the St. Luke’s University Health Network as of Friday, February 1. The practice name has changed to St. Luke’s Buxmont Gastroenterology Specialists. “St. Luke’s has had a long, close relationship with the physicians of Bux-mont Gastroenterology,” said Dennis Pfleiger, president, St. Luke’s Quakertown Campus. “The physicians have cared for patients, performed procedures and provided other services


St. Luke’s Strategic Partnership with Temple University Hospital for Transplant Services

February 8th, 2019

Temple University Hospital (TUH) and St. Luke’s University Health Network have a strategic partnership for transplant services that streamlines coordination of care and minimizes the amount of travel required by patients in St. Luke’s vicinity. The partnership covers heart, bone marrow, liver, kidney and pancreas transplants. It allows patients to attend pre- and post-transplant appointments with an