At St. Luke’s Anderson Campus, we recognize the need to both clinically treat a patient and provide a comfortable place to heal.

Located on 500 acres, the Anderson Campus is the idyllic location for patients to rest and recover. Scenic walking trails, farm-to-table produce from onsite Rodale Farm, and private rooms for every patient are a few of the many amenities that make this campus unique.

To me, nature is symbolic of hope, of life. The right elements have to combine in exactly the right way at exactly the right time, against incredible odds. And yet, it happens every day. It’s the same with cancer – it is reasonable to expect that miracles can happen, because they do.

—Lee Riley, MD,
St. Luke's Cancer Care Associates

St. Luke’s Anderson Campus

Since opening 10 years ago, St. Luke’s Anderson Campus has become recognized as a state-of-the-art facility with the region’s most highly-skilled staff. While providing exceptional medical and surgical services is always of utmost importance, Anderson Campus’s primary goal is providing a complete hospital experience, with a focus on healing and comfort. For more information visit

St. Luke’s History of Training Tomorrow’s Physician Leaders

All the great names in health care started with a singular focus and goal – to heal. The St. Luke’s mission has been the same since our inception almost 150 years ago and continues today throughout our large network of hospitals, physician practices, urgent care centers and clinics.

We know healing alone is not enough. We must learn, we must educate, we must push the boundaries of science and modern medicine. At St. Luke’s, our commitment to education, research and innovation stands in no one’s shadow.

St. Luke’s University Health Network has a long history of training tomorrow’s physician leaders. Whether you are looking for a career in medicine or looking for a new doctor - choose St. Luke’s. For more information about our Graduate Medical Education programs visit

St. Luke’s Rodale Institute Organic Farm

In 2014, the Rodale Institute and St. Luke’s University Health Network formed a partnership to create the St. Luke’s Rodale Institute Organic Farm. Located at the Anderson Campus, this pristine 11-acre, organic farm was designed to offer patients, staff, and visitors access to delicious, farm-fresh produce.

By providing patients and employees with local grown organic produce, St. Luke’s is committed to the environment and promoting the health of its patients and the community.

To learn more about The St. Luke’s Rodale Institute Organic Farm visit