Facilities

Facilities

Residents in the St. Luke's Emergency Medicine Residency Program work in three of the highest quality emergency departments in the region: St. Luke's University Hospital - Bethlehem Campus, St. Luke's Hospital - Allentown Campus and St. Christopher's Hospital for Children in Philadelphia.

Bethlehem

St. Luke's University Hospital - Bethlehem Campus

  • 500 bed, tertiary care facility
  • Emergency Department annual volume: 75,000 patients
    • 23% of patients are pediatric
    • High acuity: 24% of patients require admission
  • Level I Trauma Center 
    • Three Penn Star helicopters
  • Certified Stroke Center
  • Accredited Chest Pain Center 
    • 24-hour cardiac catheterization lab
  • Base Station Command Center
  • General Electric Healthcare Global Imaging Show Site
    • 64-slice CT scanner in Emergency Department
  • Multiple Ultrasound Machines in department
  • HealthGrades Emergency Medicine Excellence Award Recipient

Learn more about St. Luke's University Hospital - Bethlehem Campus.

Allentown

St. Luke's Hospital - Allentown Campus

  • 130 bed hospital
  • Emergency Department annual volume: 45,000 patients
    • 26% of patients are pediatric
  • Newly renovated Emergency Department
  • Certified Stroke Center
  • Accredited Chest Pain Center 
    • 24-hour cardiac catheterization lab
  • 64-slice CT scanner in Emergency Department
  • Base Station Command Center
  • Multiple Ultrasound Machines in department
  • HealthGrades Emergency Medicine Excellence Award Recipient

Learn more about St. Luke's Hospital - Allentown Campus.

Philadelphia

St. Christopher's Hospital for Children, Philadelphia, PA

  • 189 bed pediatric referral center
  • Emergency Department annual volume: 60,000 patients
  • Newly renovated Emergency Department
  • Level I Pediatric Trauma Center
  • Pediatric Burn Center