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Radiology Residencies

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Your career in radiology starts here.

St. Luke’s is a large integrated healthcare network with a diverse patient population, high case volumes and complexity. Our large multispecialty group of diagnostic and interventional radiologists and vascular surgeons perform over a million studies a year and serve the tertiary care needs for the greater Lehigh Valley and surrounding areas.

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Diagnostic Radiology Residency

St. Luke’s Radiology Residency seeks to become the region’s top-rated radiology training program for lifelong learners who make an impact on the specialty of radiology.

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Integrated Interventional Radiology Residency

Join us and embark on a transformative journey towards becoming a skilled and compassionate interventional radiologist.

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Start here. Grow here. Thrive here.

The Network’s longstanding relationship with GE Health care and designation as a premier show site for their latest radiologic innovations will enable you to train with the most advanced technologies in our field. We offer cross-collaboration with vascular surgeons, which is a rarity in Radiology residency programs. Furthermore, our large, unified network allows residents to easily follow up on cases, from entering through the ER door to clinical follow-up. Find out how the many unique aspects of our Diagnostic Radiology Residency and our Integrated Interventional Radiology Residency programs are designed to prepare you for a career as a highly qualified radiologist. When you choose St. Luke’s, you’re choosing a network that supports you, challenges you, and enables you to meet your professional potential.

Become a radiology resident.

You’ll receive clinical training in a dynamic department where faculty members are passionate, and at a network that is consistently ranked as a Top Teaching Hospital. You’ll be working side-by-side with outstanding clinicians and with state-of-the-art equipment and facilities. The network-wide universal PACS will allow residents to learn and view cases from 15 different hospital campuses and outpatient imaging centers including level 1 and 2 trauma centers and 14 stroke centers. Through urban, suburban, and rural settings, our residents encounter a great diversity of patients and pathology, and gain exposure across many specialties.
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Technology & research opportunities

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Strengthening clinical learning and improving patient care.

St. Luke’s Simulation Center utilizes state-of-the-art technology and simulated “real-world” environments to help health care professionals master cognitive, technical and behavioral skill sets. Simulation education bridges the gap between classroom learning and real-life clinical experience.

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Empowering the next generation of radiologists through research.

At St. Luke's, we believe that research is the backbone of innovative patient care and medical advancements. Our Radiology Residency Program, therefore, is deeply committed to cultivating a culture of scientific curiosity and evidence-based clinical practice.

Radiology Residency news & stories

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Newly created radiology residency program receives 750 applications for 7 slots

A Pennsylvania residency program is attempting to address the radiologist shortage at the local level and is experiencing strong interest in its...

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There’s a nationwide shortage of radiologists. Here’s what St. Luke’s and LVHN are doing about it.

There are not enough radiologists in the Lehigh Valley.
It’s a reality that isn’t unique to the region: There is a global shortage...

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Orwigsburg hospital equipped with rare MRI technology

Geisinger St. Luke’s Hospital in Orwigsburg recently made an investment in MRI imaging technology, becoming the fifth hospital in the world to offer GE Healthcare’s Air Recon DL...

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Heal the future: invest in medical education.

Medical advancements rely on the brilliant minds of tomorrow's doctors, nurses, and researchers. Your contribution fuels their journey, equipping them with the knowledge and skills directly translate to a healthier future.

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