St. Luke's Coopersburg Pediatrics

St. Luke's Coopersburg Pediatrics

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St. Luke's Coopersburg Pediatrics

St. Luke's Coopersburg Pediatrics treats young patients in a manner that is comfortable for the child and comforting for parents. We understand that children are not small adults: their developing bodies may require special medications and different medical treatments. Our pediatricians are pediatric specialists, having completed additional pediatric training beyond medical school. They are trained to be sensitive to the special health-care needs of children from birth through adolescence and into early adulthood.

About Our Doctors

Dr. Elizabeth Gibson and Dr. Eva Mayer provide comprehensive pediatric care for children from birth to age 21 to accommodate transition into adulthood.

Dr. Elizabeth Gibson

Elizabeth Gibson, MD, FAAP

  • Board-certified by the American Academy of Pediatrics
  • Completed pediatric residency at the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia
  • Earned a Doctor of Medicine from the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine
  • Attended the University of Notre Dame, graduating Summa Cum Laude with a Bachelor of Science in Biology

More about Dr. Gibson

Dr. Eva Mayer

Eva Mayer, MD, FAAP

  • Board-certified by the American Academy of Pediatrics
  • Completed pediatric residency at Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, New Brunswick, NJ
  • Earned a Doctor of Medicine at Robert Wood Johnson Medical School in New Brunswick, NJ
  • Attended Hobart and William Smith College in Geneva, NY, graduating Magna Cum Laude with a Bachelor's Degree in Biology

More about Dr. Mayer 

“Thank you for helping me to become a big, healthy one year old!! You guys are the nicest doctors and nurses ever!” — PRW, patient

Office Information


St. Luke's Coopersburg Pediatrics
7001 North Route 309
Fairmont Shopping Center
Coopersburg, PA 18036
484-526-PEDS (484-526-7337)

Maps & Directions 

Office Hours

  • Monday and Wednesday: 8 am – 6 pm, accepting calls until 5 pm  
  • Tuesday and Thursday: 8 am – 7 pm, accepting calls until 6 pm  
  • Friday: 8 am – 3 pm, accepting calls until 2 pm
  • Saturday: Some hours for sick patients by appointment  
  • Same day sick visits available 
  • Some in-office evening hours available by appointment
  • Professionals available by phone for emergencies and after hours


Payment, including co-payment, is due at the time of the office visit. Cash, check, Visa, MasterCard and Discover Card are accepted.


Our office accepts most major insurances and managed care plans. Please bring all insurance information, including insurance cards, to all appointments. As your child's primary care physician, we will coordinate all of your child's medical care. Whenever medically necessary, we will refer you to a specialist and continue to coordinate your child's care with the consulting physician.

To ensure insurance payment, many insurance plans require a prior written referral before you may engage the services of a specialist. Otherwise, you may be held responsible for fees associated with your child's care. We may not issue retroactive referrals for care already rendered. If you have questions regarding referrals, please call our office.


Having an ill child is very worrisome, even for the most confident parent. To ease your apprehension, we'll answer questions, provide additional information and offer support as we carefully monitor your child's physical and mental development.

Services include:

  • Same day sick visits
  • Well child care
  • Developmental screening
  • Immunizations
  • School and sports physicals
  • Chronic disease management, including treatment for asthma
  • Nutrition counseling
  • Health care for special needs children
  • “Meet the Doctor” visits 


If your child experiences an emergency illness or condition, please call 911 immediately.


Patient Forms

“My special needs daughter carries around a picture of Dr. Gibson whenever she comes to the office.” — A.B. and J. B., parents

Patient Education

Immunization Schedule - Recommended Immunizations for Children from Birth Through 6 Years Old


Pediatricians devote themselves to the unique needs of your growing child. Learn about the benefits of pediatric care from St. Luke’s University Health Network pediatrician, Dr. Elizabeth Gibson.

WFMZ - Whooping Cough Outbreak in Montgomery County

Dr. Eva Mayer talks about pertussis, also known as whooping cough, can happen to anyone, at any age.
Click here to see the story on

Dr. Mayer Writes Prescriptions for Healthy Active Living

Sure, sometimes children need a prescription for a cream, vitamin or medication, but did you know there is a prescription for a healthy lifestyle?
Well, there is. And at St. Luke’s Coopersburg Pediatrics we hand it out!
It’s called the “Prescription for Healthy Active Living” and it consists of just 4 rules that apply not only to our patients up to age 21 years, but to their families as well.
You can get one too! Click here for your own Prescription for Healthy Active Living!

Prescription for Healthy Active Living” Prescription for Healthy Active Living”

Dr. Gibson - Early Childhood Literacy


Reading to your child, starting in infancy and throughout childhood, is so important for speech and language development and for school readiness.  It will also help develop your child's imagination and creativity.  Plus, it's a fun way to bond with your child, especially if you get into the habit of reading 20 to 30 minutes everyday.  This will encourage an early and hopefully lifelong love of reading.


Meet a young family meeting the challenges and finding success while raising twin boys, one of them with autism. Dr. Elizabeth Gibson, pediatrician with St. Luke’s University Health Network, joins us to discuss diagnostic and care options available to families.




Coopersburg Halloween Parade 10/12/14
Coopersburg Halloween Parade 10/12/14