St. Luke’s Carbon Campus


St. Luke’s Carbon Campus is the largest acute-care hospital Carbon County has ever seen!

Located just off the Mahoning Valley interchange of the PA Turnpike Northeast Extension (Interstate 476) and Route 209, the St. Luke’s Carbon Campus is a 160,000 square foot hospital with four stories and capacity for 80 private rooms. Onsite there is a 30-bed emergency room, 24/7 critical care onsite with 12 ICU beds, state-of-the-art operating rooms, and the most advanced radiology and diagnostic technology available to the region.

The ER located at St. Luke’s Lehighton Campus, 211 North 12th Street Lehighton, PA 18235, has closed and relocated to the new, state-of-the-art Emergency Room located at St. Luke’s Carbon Campus. The new ER will offer the same nationally ranked quality of care St. Luke’s is known for, as well as provide additional patient space and expanded services.

Here’s what choosing St. Luke’s Carbon Campus means for you:

  • Fully-licensed, 80-bed hospital includes an emergency department and a full range of specialty care and services.
  • Extends the range of health care services in the community to keep care close to home for Carbon area residents.
  • Offers healthcare services of the highest quality at the lowest cost.

At St. Luke’s our vision is to lead the region in clinical quality and safety performance. As a Network, we continue to be nationally recognized for quality, service and patient satisfaction. Learn More

Palmerton Hospital Green Space

In an effort to continue to keep you current, St. Luke’s University Health Network will be razing the Palmerton Hospital to develop an attractive green space that will enhance the Palmerton neighborhood. Click here for more information and project updates.


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