St. Luke’s Endocrinology Fellowship
Welcome to the St. Luke’s-Anderson Endocrinology Fellowship! We are an ACGME accredited clinical endocrinology fellowship program with 3 positions per academic year (Program #1434114197). Our program is two years of clinical training, and we do not have a dedicated third year of research training. Our fellowship positions are available only through the NRMP match. Fellows will have completed an accredited residency in Internal Medicine prior to beginning their fellowship training with us.
Our Network: The St Luke's University Health Network (SLUHN) is a large multi-hospital network centered in the Lehigh Valley of Eastern Pennsylvania. We are very proud to be recognized year after year for quality and safety measures, achieving over 200 awards and recognitions. Additionally, we have outstanding technological services and capabilities. Our system has been recognized by the College of Healthcare Information Management Executives (CHIME) as a Digital Health Most Wired system eight times. The SLUHN is also an international show site for GE Medical Systems in Radiology allowing our patients access to the highest quality digital radiology services.
Our Area: The Lehigh Valley divides the counties of northeastern and southeastern Pennsylvania, and is the 3rd largest population center in Pennsylvania, behind the Philadelphia and Pittsburgh metro areas.
The three largest cities in our area stretching along the Lehigh River are Allentown, Bethlehem and Easton, PA. Phillipsburg, NJ, is just across the Delaware River from Easton. Dozens of other towns and townships surrounding these cities complete the region. We are roughly 65 miles north of Philadelphia, and 90 miles west and slightly south of New York City.
The SLUHN referral network, however, extends beyond the Lehigh Valley. Our patients live in urban, suburban, and rural communities in Eastern Pennsylvania. Counties served by our network include Lehigh, Northampton, Bucks, Monroe, Carbon, and Schuylkill. This wide geographic referral network ensures that St. Luke’s-Anderson endocrinology fellows have exposure to the full spectrum of endocrine pathology throughout their training.
Training and Education: The St Luke's University Heath Network has a rich educational legacy. There is also a long history of graduate medical education in the system, which is growing though additional training programs at the Bethlehem and Anderson locations, Learn More. We are also 4-year regional campus for the Lewis Katz School of Medicine at Temple University, with medical students spending all four years of their education in the SLUHN.