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US News & World Report Awards St. Luke’s Most High Marks in LV

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According to the US News & World Report 2021 hospital rankings, St. Luke’s University Hospital-Bethlehem is “high performing” in 15 of 17 adult procedures and conditions, which is the most of any hospital in the Lehigh Valley.

Cuevas Pediatric Neurologist

Pediatric Neurologist Joins St. Luke’s Office in Coopersburg

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St. Luke’s Pediatrics Department is welcoming fellowship-trained Pediatric Neurologist Ramon Cuevas, MD, to the Network’s growing team of pediatric specialists. Dr. Cuevas has joined fellowship-trained Pediatric Neurologist Elizabeth T. Corbo, MD, at St. Luke’s Luke’s Pediatric Neurology office on Route 309 in Coopersburg.

Anderson Campus Trauma Center

St. Luke’s Anderson Accredited as Level II Trauma Center

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St. Luke’s Anderson Campus in Bethlehem Township has earned Level II Trauma accreditation. The Pennsylvania Trauma Systems Foundation approved the hospital’s accreditation, effective Sept. 1, after a lengthy and in-depth review of its specialized surgical services and other related medical resources.

Eye Movement Therapy

St. Luke’s Offers Guided Eye Movement Used by Prince Harry

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Prince Harry recently told Oprah during an interview that being treated with a therapeutic modality called Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) helps him cope with the trauma of losing his mother when he was young. EMDR is a 30-year-old guided eye movement intervention that St. Luke’s psychotherapist Carol Olzinski, LCSW, uses with patients who have unresolved trauma that causes emotional and physical symptoms.

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Lehigh University Wrestling Legend Names Racehorse for St. Luke’s

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As the winningest and most celebrated wrestler in the history of Lehigh University, Mike Caruso knows the thrill of garnering public accolades and attention from the news media. These days the Saucon Valley resident names racehorses in honor of people, places and things he cherishes, to give them the spotlight he feels they have earned.