St. Luke's Hospital - Miners Campus
360 West Ruddle Street
Coaldale, PA 18218
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Highest Level of Care Close to Home
St. Luke’s Hospital - Miners Campus' Emergency Department treats almost 8,000 patients annually and is accessible 24 hours-a-day, seven days-a-week. 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 John E. and Dorothy Morgan Emergency Services Department, features 8,700 square feet of space with three general treatment rooms and five specific treatment rooms. There is a separate admitting area and ambulance entrance. The John E. and Dorothy Morgan Emergency Services Department is adjacent to the Diagnostic Imaging Department to facilitate the immediate imaging needs of emergency patients.
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. St. Luke's Hospital is one of only 27 trauma centers in Pennsylvania approved and accredited by the Pennsylvania Trauma Systems Foundation (PTSF). St. Luke’s Level 1 Trauma Center is a member of the University of Pennsylvania Health System Trauma Network. PennSTAR is the network’s regional aero-medical transport helicopter and can fly patients needing trauma care from St. Luke’s Miners Memorial Hospital in Coaldale to St. Luke’s Trauma Center in Bethlehem in approximately 10-12 minutes.