Visiting Hours

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Please see our Coronavirus (COVID-19) updated visitation policy.

Visitors are important to the healing process and guidelines have been set to encourage visits while giving patients time to rest and recover. Click here to view our Visitation Policy.

Allentown

St. Luke's Hospital - Allentown Campus supports and accommodates flexible patient visitation. We encourage visitation between the hours of 11 am and 8 pm. Visiting hours may be altered based on the physician’s orders or our patient’s need for rest, recovery, treatments or need for family support. Staff will discuss any unit-specific visitation guidelines with our patients and their families. Please check with your loved one or nurse for the best time to visit. We appreciate your cooperation to help make patient care and safety our first priority.

If visiting after 8 pm, visitors will need to enter St. Luke’s Hospital – Allentown Campus through the Emergency Department walk-in entrance.

Anderson

At St. Luke's Hospital – Anderson Campus, visitors are permitted 24 hours-a-day.

Special care areas will discuss visitation with caregivers, significant others and/or family based on each patient's condition.

To determine the best time to visit a patient, call the hospital operator at 484-503-3000 and ask to be connected to the appropriate nursing station.

Bethlehem

At St. Luke's University Hospital - Bethlehem Campus, visitors are permitted 24 hours-a-day.

Special care areas will discuss visitation with caregivers, significant others and/or family based on each patient's condition.

To determine the best time to visit a patient, call the hospital operator at 484-526-4000 and ask to be connected to the appropriate nursing station.

Geisinger St. Luke’s

Geisinger St. Luke’s Hospital supports and accommodates flexible visitation. We encourage visitation between the hours of 7 am and 8 pm.

Visiting hours may be altered based on your physician’s orders or your need for rest, recovery, treatments or need for family support. Our staff will discuss any unit-specific visitation guidelines with you and your family.

To determine the best time to visit a patient, call the hospital operator at 272-639-1000 and ask to be connected to the appropriate nursing station.

Lehighton

St. Luke's Hospital - Lehighton Campus, visiting hours are 7 am to 7 pm every day. Visiting hours may be altered based on the physician’s orders or our patient’s need for rest, recovery, treatments or need for family support. Staff will discuss any unit-specific visitation guidelines with our patients and their families. Those units include ICU, Acute Care Rehab, Behavioral Health Unit and Older Adult Behavioral Health Unit. Please check with your loved one or nurse for the best time to visit. We appreciate your cooperation to help make patient care and safety our first priority.

To determine the best time to visit a patient, call the hospital operator at 610-377-1300 and ask to be connected to the appropriate nursing station.

Miners

At St. Luke's Hospital - Miners Campus, visitors are permitted 24 hours-a-day.

Special care areas will discuss visitation with caregivers, significant others and/or family based on each patient's condition.

To determine the best time to visit a patient, call the hospital operator at 570-645-2131 and ask to be connected to the appropriate nursing station.

Monroe

At St. Luke's Hospital - Monroe Campus, visitors are permitted 24 hours-a-day.

Special care areas will discuss visitation with caregivers, significant others and/or family based on each patient's condition.

To determine the best time to visit a patient, call the hospital operator at 272-212-1000 and ask to be connected to the appropriate nursing station.

Quakertown

At St. Luke's Hospital - Quakertown Campus, visiting hours for the Behavioral Health Unit will remain the same.

Monday - Sunday, 6:30 - 8:30 pm and additionally on weekends/holidays, 2 - 4 pm.

Please enter through the main entrance located on 10th Ave. Follow the lobby signs to the elevator and take it to the 2nd floor. The Behavioral Health entrance will be straight ahead as you exit the elevator.

Please use the phone on the wall to contact staff. If unable to locate the Behavioral Health Unit, please call the nurse’s station, 215-538-4735.

Sacred Heart

St. Luke's Sacred Heart Campus - we encourage visitation between the hours of 11 am and 8 pm. Visiting hours may be altered based on the physician’s orders or our patient’s need for rest, recovery, treatments or need for family support. Staff will discuss any unit-specific visitation guidelines with our patients and their families. Those units include ICU, Adult Psychiatric Units, Extended Acute Care, Older Adult Behavioral Medicine Center. Please check with your loved one or nurse for the best time to visit. We appreciate your cooperation to help make patient care and safety our first priority.

If visiting after 8 pm, visitors will need to enter St. Luke’s Hospital – Sacred Heart Campus through the Emergency Department walk-in entrance

To determine the best time to visit a patient, call the hospital operator at 610-776-4500 and ask to be connected to the appropriate nursing station.

Upper Bucks

At St. Luke's Hospital - Upper Bucks Campus, visitors are permitted 24 hours-a-day.

Special care areas will discuss visitation with caregivers, significant others and/or family based on each patient's condition.

To determine the best time to visit a patient, call the hospital operator at 267-985-1000 and ask to be connected to the appropriate nursing station.

Warren

St. Luke's Hospital - Warren Campus supports and accommodates flexible patient visitation. We encourage visitation between the hours of 7 am and 8 pm. Visiting hours may be altered based on the physician’s orders or our patient’s need for rest, recovery, treatments or need for family support. Staff will discuss any unit-specific visitation guidelines with our patients and their families.

To determine the best time to visit a patient, call the hospital operator at 908-847-6700 and ask to be connected to the appropriate nursing station.