As we celebrate St. Luke’s 150th Anniversary, we want to recognize one of our most valuable assets, OUR EMPLOYEES! Day after day, they deliver St. Luke’s mission of providing high quality care to our patients regardless of their ability to pay. Our employees are instrumental in improving the overall health of our communities.
In honor of St. Luke’s 150th anniversary, we are looking back into our rich history and asking employees to share stories about generations of family members who have worked for St. Luke’s; couples meeting at St. Luke’s; generations of employees born at St. Luke’s or co-workers who have gone above and beyond to make a significant impact on a patient, patient’s family or co-worker.
Graphic Designer’s Mother Credits St. Luke’s for Saving Both of Their Lives
Graphic designer Allyson Hawk, a creative marketing partner at St. Luke's University Health Network, began her relationship with St. Luke's, while still in her mother's womb. Due to a series of circumstances surrounding her birth, that connection may have saved both of their lives.Read story
Family’s History Continues to be Told
You can’t go very far at St. Luke’s without finding someone related to Fran Kratzer (nee’ August) or one of her relatives. She was the first in her family to work for St. Luke’s Bethlehem Campus—when it was just one hospital, starting there in medical records in 1954 just after graduating from Bethlehem High School.Read story