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St. Luke’s is recognized as one of the safest hospital networks in the country. Now, like always, we’re taking every measure we can to keep you safe.
If you’re someone with a critical or chronic health condition, watch this video from St. Lukeʼs Chairman for the Center for Neuroscience, Jonathan Hosey, MD.
Dr. Dennis McGorry, a St. Luke’s primary care physician, provides you with the precautions you can take and what you need to know to help prevent getting coronavirus (COVID-19).
St. Luke’s President and CEO Rick Anderson Shares Some of the Hospital’s Ongoing Plans and Preparations
“We are ready. We are trained. We are equipped. And we are calm, cool and collected... We will do the right things for our patients,” St. Luke’s President and CEO Rick Anderson explained to WFMZ-TV 69 News.
Richard A. Anderson, President & CEO of St. Luke’s University Health Network, explains how St. Luke’s is fighting the coronavirus. “We’re all in this together. We have that American DNA that will see us through this crisis.”
St. Luke’s President and CEO, Rick Anderson discusses the latest information on COVID-19 and what St. Luke’s is doing to keep the Lehigh Valley’s citizens safe and healthy during the pandemic on WFMZ-TV’s Business Matters. This episode aired on Monday, April 27 on Channel 69 (WFMZ-TV). “We are ready. We are trained. We are equipped. And we are calm, cool and collected... We will do the right things for our patients,” St. Luke’s President and CEO Rick Anderson explained to WFMZ-TV 69 News.
St. Luke’s physician Dr. Dennis McGorry walks you through knowing when you should get screened and tested for coronavirus. If you are experiencing the listed symptoms or have recently traveled (not only out of the country but in your own community) and may have come in contact with someone who is sick, you should call your health care provider and follow their instructions.
Dr. Dennis McGorry gives a quick description of the COVID-19 swab test.
Dr. Dennis McGorry explains the importance of first getting screened and then tested for COVID-19.
Dr. Dennis McGorry talks COVID-19 testing sites and why you should call your doctor first.
Help save lives by donating personal protective equipment (PPE) and other supplies to St. Luke’s.
Many people are looking for ways to help during this crisis. Dr. Dennis McGorry, a St. Luke’s physician, discusses how donating blood is safe and vital to helping hospitals during the COVID-19 pandemic. Find out how you can donate and save a life. Donating blood is one of the many options that you have to help.
Visit our donation page to learn more.
At. St. Luke’s, we’re doing everything we can to keep you safe and healthy. But we can’t beat COVID-19 alone. Here’s what you can do.
Join Dr. Kara Mascitti, St. Luke’s infectious disease specialist, for an inside look at the Network’s COVID-19 incident command center where mission critical decisions are made about St. Luke’s efforts to fight the pandemic.
St. Luke’s Experts Talk Testing, Treatment & Prevention on Talk With Your Doctor - March 16
To watch the full segment of both above videos, visit St. Luke’s Talk with Your Doctor – Coronavirus.
Watch Dr. Jeffrey Jahre for the latest update on COVID-19 in our community on St. Luke’s Talk With Your Doctor. This episode aired on Monday, April 27 on Channel 69 (WFMZ-TV). Guests included St. Luke’s infectious disease specialist, Dr. Ana Aldea; St. Luke’s Chief Medical Information Officer, Dr. James Balshi; and Jared Spataro, Corporate Vice President for Microsoft 365.
Watch Dr. Jeffrey Jahre for the latest update on COVID-19 in our community on St. Luke’s Talk With Your Doctor. This episode aired on Monday, May 4 on Channel 69 (WFMZ-TV). Guests included Dr. John Wilson, Chief of Emergency Medicine, St. Luke’s Anderson Campus; and Richard L. Matthews, MBA, CT(ASCP), Operations Director of Anatomic Pathology & Microbiology.
Watch Dr. Jeffrey Jahre for the latest update on COVID-19 in our community on St. Luke’s Talk With Your Doctor. This episode aired on Monday, May 18 at 6:30 pm on Channel 69 (WFMZ-TV). Guests included Dr. Kimberly Costello, Medical Director, Neonatology; Dr. Laurel Erickson-Parsons, Medical Director, Inpatient Pediatrics; and Dr. Jennifer Janco, Chair, Department of Pediatrics.
St. Luke’s is invested in keeping you safe and healthy during the coronavirus. Watch these Quick Tip videos to learn everything you need to know about masks, when someone in your house is sick, how you should be washing your hands, the importance of social distancing and why you should stop touching your face.
Check out our list of 50 Things to Do with the Kids While in Quarantine.