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St. Luke's Miners Memorial Hospital

St. Luke's Miners Memorial Hospital Logo St. Luke's Miners Memorial Hospital is a fully accredited, not-for-profit, 44-bed acute care hospital located in Coaldale, Pennsylvania in Schuylkill County. The hospital boasts a new state of the art Emergency Department and is on pace to treat more than 14,000 patients per year. Founded in 1910, the hospital became a member of the nationally recognized St. Luke's Hospital & Health Network in 2000 and provides healthcare services to 82,000 patients and accepts more than 1,800 admissions annually. Since joining the network, the hospital has undergone more than $20 million in technical and facility improvements.

St. Luke's Miners benefits from all of the resources that an award-winning, highly respected university health network offers, including competitive compensation, access to more than 150 network sites and the affiliation with Temple-St. Luke's School of Medicine.

Our Location

St. Luke's Miners Memorial Hospital is located in Northeastern, PA in the small town of Coaldale. The Hospital sits just 12 miles west of The Pocono Mountains of Jim Thorpe, PA. This area is an excellent place to raise children highlighted by our excellent public and private school options for children. The location is ideal for skiers, mountain biking, hunting and fishing, yet is just 35 minutes north of the Lehigh Valley, 90 minutes of Philadelphia and 2 hours to Downtown Manhattan.
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