St. Luke's University Health Network
About St. Luke's University Health Network
About St. Luke’s University Health Network St. Luke's University Health Network is a non-profit, regional, fully integrated network comprised of hospitals, physicians and other related organizations providing care in eastern Pennsylvania. The Network includes more than 150 locations and six hospitals. Areas of special expertise include: a fully accredited Level 1 trauma center, open heart surgery, oncology (including the region's only fellowship-trained surgical oncologists) neuroscience, orthopaedics, high-risk pregnancy, region's busiest obstetrical service, robotic surgery, radiology (we are an international General Electric Show Site) and vascular disease. St. Luke's has been nationally recognized for clinical excellence on multiple occasions. Aspiring doctors have the opportunity to earn a medical degree at the newly established Medical School of Temple University/St. Luke's Hospital & Health Network based in Bethlehem. St. Luke's currently has more than 150 physicians enrolled in internship, residency and fellowship programs About the Lehigh Valley In addition to extremely supportive administration and high level of morale among medical staff, there are significant advantages to our locale. There are 10 colleges and universities including Lehigh University, scenic recreational opportunities including the Pocono Mountains, excellent economic environment, vibrant arts and culture scene, and very close proximity to New York City, Philadelphia, and Washington, D.C. Cost of living is low and coupled with minimal congestion; it is possible to choose among a wide variety of excellent living environments. For more information on the Lehigh Valley, please visit www.lehighvalleypa.org.