As participants begin the 165-Mile Challenge this year, they have a new app for the “Get Your Tail on the Trail” program, offered by St. Luke’s University Health Network and the Delaware & Lehigh National Heritage Corridor (D&L).
Are you feeling under the weather and unsure about whether you want to go out in winter weather to see a doctor? With the free St. Luke’s app, it’s never been easier to have a live, on-demand video visit with a physician who can help diagnose and treat you.
St. Luke’s University Health Network now supports Health Records on iPhone, which brings together hospitals, clinics and the existing Apple Health app to make it easier for patients to see their available medical data from multiple providers whenever they choose.
St. Luke’s patients now have the ability to seize control of their healthcare with just a click of a button–not only on their computers, but also on their mobile devices. Among the many features available at their fingertips are test results, appointment requests and the ability to chat with their physicians.
St. Luke’s University Health Network recently launched its new St. Luke’s Baby & Me mobile app to help pregnant and new moms stay informed and healthy throughout the stages of pregnancy, labor, birth and newborn care.
A popular Saucon Valley restaurant is taking local takeout options to another level, by making ordering as easy as clicking through a few screens on your smartphone. Braveheart Highland Pub in Hellertown has created an app powered by ChowNow–a restaurant online ordering system that can also be accessed via the restaurant’s website by clicking on the red ORDER ONLINE button. To download the app, search for “Braveheart Highland Pub” in either the App Store or the Google Play store on your phone, or text BRAVEHEART to 33733. Once the app is installed, you’ll immediately have the option to order food for now or later. Orders can even be placed days in advance if desired.