Emergency Department at St. Luke's Anderson Campus
Highest Level of Care Close to Home
Easy to Reach from Points North
The Emergency Room at St. Luke's
Hospital-Anderson Campus is a fast,
easy commute for those living in the
Slate Belt and Monroe County
communities, given its close proximity
to Route 33 via the Freemansburg Avenue
exit. The campus is right off the exit, and
visible from the highway.
St. Luke's Hospital – Anderson Campus Emergency Room has board-certified doctors and trained emergency room nurses who are ready to help with serious medical conditions. The staff offers life-saving expertise for those suffering from chest pain, abdominal pain, shortness of breath, lacerations, broken bones, high fever, dizziness and fainting, seizures, poisonings and other life threatening ailments.
Expanded to Meet Your Needs
The constant, growing demand for quality emergency services at St. Luke's Hospital-Anderson Campus, coupled with high patient satisfaction scores, prompted the first hospital expansion. St. Luke's recently invested $4 million in the 11,000-sqare foot Emergency Room expansion with the addition of 17 new emergency bays, bringing the total to 32. The Emergency Room now has the capacity for 60,000 patient visits annually. The Emergency Room is adjacent to the Radiology Department to facilitate the immediate imaging needs of emergency patients. Emergency radiology services are available round-the-clock.
10-Minutes to Trauma Center in Bethlehem
If the need arises, emergency patients can be quickly transported to the St. Luke's Level 1 Trauma Center in Bethlehem. The Trauma Center is designed to treat the most seriously injured patients. A specially trained and qualified multidisciplinary team of doctors, nurses and technicians are on-call and prepared to respond at a moment's notice.
Patients who require immediate intervention for cardiac emergencies receive care in the Interventional Suite equipped with state-of-the-art technology from GE Healthcare.
For patients who are seriously ill and in need of constant attention, the Intensive Care Unit at St. Luke's Hospital-Anderson Campus offers round-the-clock medical supervision. The unit is equipped with advanced monitoring equipment and staffed by critical care nurses.