Categorical Pediatric Residency
Welcome to St. Luke’s Categorical Pediatric Residency Program! Our program is a new three-year ACGME accredited training program based out of St. Luke’s Anderson Campus in Easton, Pennsylvania. Our mission is to train physicians who will provide exceptional care and leadership within the field of Pediatrics. Our residents will learn how to apply evidence-based medicine and demonstrate high-quality clinical skills in all areas of Pediatrics with robust educational experiences.
St. Luke's University Hospital Network is diverse and expansive with fully integrated Epic ambulatory and inpatient EMR across 12 hospital campuses and 16 outpatient general pediatric offices. St Luke’s is responsible for training more than 400 GME Residents and Fellows in a variety of fields. Our residents will work closely with family medicine, emergency medicine, and surgical residents along with Temple/St. Luke’s 3rd and 4th year medical students.
St. Luke’s Categorical Pediatric Residency
Our pediatric residency program incorporates the St. Luke’s Anderson campus, St. Luke’s Bethlehem (Fountain Hill) campus, St. Luke’s Easton campus, multiple outpatient St. Luke’s Pediatric general and subspecialty practices, and Bristol-Myers Squibb Children’s Hospital at Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital in New Brunswick, NJ. Continuity clinic will take place at the St. Luke’s Star Community Health Sigal Center outpatient pediatric clinic in Allentown, PA. Our program serves a diverse population of patients and communities allowing our residents to experience many areas in the vast world of medicine.
St. Luke’s Pediatric Residency Program follows the American Board of Pediatrics board certification requirements. Specialty expertise is provided in a welcoming and structured educational environment that produces competent physicians in the field of pediatrics. Residency program goals and objectives align with ACGME core competencies.