In the Greater Lehigh Valley there are many top rated hospitals available. Being centrally located has aided in the formation of a vast health network system. Our hospitals are nationally recognized for a high quality of service.
- Gnaden Huetten Campus - Lehighton
- Palmerton Campus - Palmerton
The hospitals of the Blue Mountain Health System provide a wide array of inpatient and outpatient services at both the Gnaden Huetten and Palmerton campuses. Blue Mountain Health System also offers many educational and community services.2
Easton Hospital is a 254-bed, acute care teaching hospital serving more than 300,000 residents in Northampton County and the five surrounding counties in Pennsylvania and New Jersey. Founded in 1890, the hospital has a wide offering of medical, surgical, diagnostic and emergency services, including a cardiac care program; a Chest Pain Center accredited by the Society for Chest Pain Centers; a newly renovated Center for Orthopedics, Joint and Spine; a bariatric weight loss program designated as a Center of Excellence in Bariatric Surgery; the Easton Regional Cancer Center, a Fox Chase Cancer Center partner – just to name a few. The hospital also maintains free-standing, fully-accredited residency training programs.1
Good Shepherd Rehabilitation Network, based in Allentown, Pennsylvania, is a nationally recognized rehabilitation leader, offering a continuum of care for people with physical and cognitive disabilities and specializing in assistive and rehabilitation technology. More than 60,000 people come to Good Shepherd each year for specialized programs in stroke, orthopedics, brain injury, spinal cord injury, pediatrics, amputation and more. Good Shepherd is affiliated with the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America and provides rehabilitation services at more than 30 locations in 8 eastern Pennsylvania counties.3
Lehigh Valley Health Network continues to add new facilities, services and programs to a regional campus that now includes:
- Two full-service hospitals: Lehigh Valley Hospital-Cedar Crest in Salisbury Township, which includes an additional clinical campus; Lehigh Valley Hospital-17th Street in Allentown; and Lehigh Valley Hospital-Muhlenberg in Bethlehem
- Children's Hospital at Lehigh Valley Hospital, the only Children’s Hospital in the Lehigh Valley, including inpatient and ambulatory care, a Children’s ER, more than 25 pediatric specialists and numerous child-specific services such as rehab and burn care.
- Community health centers offering doctors' offices and lab and imaging services at convenient locations in Bath, Bethlehem Township, Emmaus, Hamburg, Kutztown, Macungie, Moselem Springs, Trexlertown and Upper Bucks (in partnership with Grand View Hospital)
- More than 1,100 primary care and specialty physicians - including more than 550 employed by the health network
- Pharmacy services at all three of our hospital campuses
- Imaging services to obtain accurate diagnoses with the latest high-tech diagnostic equipment
- Home health and hospice services
- CareWorks retail health clinics in Allentown and Schnecksville.
- Community clinics, including 40 primary and specialty clinics to care for people who are uninsured or underinsured
- Health Network Laboratories, providing laboratory tests from the most critical medical applications to simple pre-employment drug screenings
- Valley Preferred, linking employers and individuals with quality health coverage4
Sacred Heart Hospital is a 215-bed Catholic medical center located in central Allentown, PA. Founded in 1912, Sacred Heart Hospital offers a wide range of advanced medical services ranging from obstetrics to bariatric surgery, vascular surgery, cardiology, rehabilitation and behavioral health services. A network of physician practices throughout Lehigh and Northampton counties provide complete primary and pediatric medical care to the region's residents. Sacred Heart Hospital is nationally recognized in case management, as a Center of Excellence in Bariatric Surgery, and its Transitional Care Facility was granted a Five-Star rating by the U.S. Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services.5
St. Luke's University Health Network is a regional network of hospitals, physicians and other related organizations providing care primarily in Lehigh, Northampton, Monroe, Carbon, Schuykill, Bucks, Montgomery and Berks counties in Pennsylvania and Warren County in New Jersey.
The Network provides services at more than 150 sites. St. Luke's University Health Network is comprised of six hospital sites. The Network includes:
- More than 80 owned physician-practice sites
- 300 employed primary care/specialist physicians
- Various outpatient testing and service facilities
- Home Health
- Hospice Services (inpatient and outpatient)
- Largest ambulance provider in Bucks County and second largest in Lehigh County
- Other related organizations6