School of Medicine

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St. Luke’s has sponsored medical and surgical residency programs for decades. Each year, more than 180 residents and fellows train at St. Luke’s. Currently, St. Luke’s sponsors fully accredited residency programs in:

St. Luke’s sponsors fully accredited fellowship programs in:

The St. Luke’s School of Nursing, founded in 1884, is the nation’s oldest hospital-based diploma school in continuous operation. St. Luke’s helps to train more than 500 allied health students each year, including programs sponsored by St. Luke’s and those offered in collaboration with regional colleges and universities. The programs encompass diverse disciplines and a range of levels, including physician’s assistant, nurse practitioner, radiology technologist, laboratory technologist and surgery technologist.

St. Luke's Medical Student

St. Luke’s is an active provider of continuing medical education for physicians and other healthcare professionals in the Lehigh Valley, offering more than 500 post-graduate programs annually. These cover all medical specialties and subspecialties and encompass diverse formats such as morbidity and mortality conferences, lectures, workshops and hands-on sessions.