St. Luke's Hospital of New Bedford
With a population of approximately 100,000, New Bedford offers an unbeatable quality of life and is a great place to live, work, and raise a family. The city is the world's most famous whaling-era seaport and the number one fishing port in America. With a wonderfully diverse, culturally rich community with a proud past, present, and future, the downtown historic district offers the New Bedford Whaling National Historic Park, Whaling Museum, unique shops, and galleries. Children have access to high-quality education in the New Bedford Public Schools System, and individuals pursuing higher education can do so at the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth or Bristol Community College, both of which have satellite campuses in downtown New Bedford. Dotted with beautifully maintained parks and public beaches, New Bedfordâ€™s neighborhoods offer restaurants, cafes, and bistros that feature delicious ethnic cuisines.