St. Luke's University Health Network

St. Luke's University Health Network

St. Luke's was founded in 1872 to care for the workers at the Steel Foundries in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. From that beginning, St. Luke's has grown into one of the state's largest integrated health care networks with six hospitals, more than 80 network-owned physician-practice sites plus additional outpatient testing and service facilities, inpatient and outpatient hospice services, and a range of additional services such as home health, and ambulance services. St. Luke's has more than 1,300 physicians, 9,500 employees and 1,500 volunteers.

St. Luke's serves more than a million people living in nine counties and provides inpatient care to more than 54,000 patients annually. Areas of medical expertise include:

Graduate Medical Education

Fully accredited residency programs in:


Fully accredited fellowship programs in:

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Luis Vera

Impressed with
St. Luke's Culture
and Future Plans

Luis Vera said, "After
touring the hospital
and hearing about its
plans for expansions,
I really felt that St.
Luke's was moving
forward in helping the
community in bringing
a more homey feel to
medicine and health care."