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St. Luke’s University Health Network, the region’s largest, most established health system, a major teaching hospital, and one of the nation’s 100 Top Hospitals is seeking a BC/BE Fellowship Trained Pediatric Emergency Medicine Physician to join our dedicated team of physicians providing excellent care at our Bethlehem Campus.
About the Departments of Emergency Medicine and Pediatrics:
• Robust 12 hospital Network spread over a diverse geographic area providing emergency care for over 320,000 patients annually.
• St. Luke’s emergency medicine includes comprehensive stoke centers, 4 PCI centers, a level 1 trauma center, a level 2 trauma center and four level 4 trauma centers.
• In addition to patient care, the emergency department also supports and trains emergency medicine residents at two separate emergency medicine residencies. We currently have an emergency medicine residency with 12 residents per year at St. Luke’s University Hospital - Bethlehem. Our second residency is currently in process and will train 10 residents per year at St. Luke’s Anderson Campus.
• The Department of Pediatrics consists of inpatient, specialty care, and primary care providers across a verity of practice locations.
• The inpatient pediatric units are located at St. Luke’s University Hospital – Bethlehem Campus. A new 17 bed inpatient pediatric unit will open Spring 2022 and the Network’s first Pediatric Intensive Care Unit opened with 8 beds in early 2020.
• Growing pediatric specialty department currently spanning 14 pediatric subspecialties and continuing to expand in both depth and breadth of services.
• The most robust and highest volume OB program in the region with a strong maternal and fetal medicine program which delivers over 4,000 babies per year.
In joining St. Luke’s you’ll enjoy:
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As a leading healthcare provider, St. Luke’s University Health Network is committed to protecting our employees, patients and community. As we continue to provide quality care to our patients, we are taking important next steps to prevent undue harm to our employees & ensure our patients have a safe environment for medical care and treatment. Effective immediately, St. Luke’s is requiring all new hires, along with our current employees, to be fully vaccinated against COVID as a condition of employment. Medical or religious exemptions will be reviewed as per our policy and guidelines.