Inpatient and Outpatient Services
Emergency Department - 215-538-4651
Emergency care is provided 24-hours-a-day, seven-days-a-week by the hospital's board-certified emergency medicine physicians. More than 13,000 patients are treated annually. The experience Emergency Department staff offers life-saving expertise for a range of emergency and potentially life-threatening conditions, including chest pain, abdominal pain, shortness of breath, lacerations, broken bones, motor vehicle accidents, seizures, eye injuries, poisonings and severe emotional distress.
Emergency & Transport Service
St. Luke's Emergency & Transport Services (ETS) provides state-certified, emergency transport and para-transport van services and treatment for the citizens, workers and visitors of the northwest corner of Upper Bucks County, including Quakertown borough, Milford Township, Richland Township, Richlandtown borough, Trumbauersville borough and portions of Haycock, Springfield, West Rockhill and East Rockhill townships. St. Luke’s ambulance service is ready 24 hours-a-day, 365 days-a-year, to respond to calls for help.
St. Luke's ETS's annual fund drive and community support help to underwrite its delivery of emergency services. For more information about St. Luke’s ETS, volunteer opportunities or membership and contributions, call 215-538-4540.
For routine or para-transport van services, call 215-538-4543. In an emergency, St. Luke's ETS is activated by dialing 911.
Behavioral Health Services
St. Luke's Behavioral Health Services helps people with a wide variety of mental and behavioral health issues, including anger management, anxiety disorders, including phobias, attention deficit disorder with hyperactivity (ADHD), bipolar disorder, depression, grief and bereavement, headaches and migraines, obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD), panic disorder, post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), stress management and work/life balance.
If you need a doctor, call St. Luke's InfoLink toll-free at 1-866-STLUKES (785-8537).
Women's Health Services
St. Luke's recognizes that women have unique health care needs throughout their lives. From prenatal and pregnancy care to the latest advances in the diagnosis and treatment of breast cancer, St. Luke's Women's Health Services is dedicated to providing high quality, compassionate care to women of all ages.
Children's Health Services
Children's Health Services at St. Luke's are designed to help every child enjoy life. From wellness visits to care for children with complex care needs, St. Luke's is dedicated to providing high quality health care with a special touch just for children.
St. Luke's Hospital - Quakertown Campus offers a variety of surgical services, from general surgery to laparoscopic procedures. In addition, highly specialized procedures not usually performed at a community hospital are offered at St. Luke's. They include vascular surgery and the leading-edge radio frequency ablation surgery for liver cancer. Also available at St. Luke's is sentinel node lymph node biopsy, a new surgical technique for determining the spread of melanoma, breast and colon cancer. For more information, call 215-538-4510.
Orthopaedic (Bone & Joint) Services
See the St. Luke's Bone & Joint Institute for coordinated care of bone, joint and muscle disorders.
See the Upper Perkiomen Outpatient Center for laboratory, radiology, physical therapy and family medicine services in the Quakertown area.
The Dialysis Clinic at St. Luke's Hospital - Quakertown Campus offers 12 comfortably and privately spaced patient stations. Each patient has his/her own television and fully reclinable chair. Linens, pillows and extra blankets are available.
- Dialysis patients hospitalized at St. Luke's Hospital - Quakertown Campus are treated in the dialysis clinic or on the Med-Surg/ICU units from 6 am to 4:30 pm Monday through Saturday. Patient beds are accommodated in the unit for acute treatments.
- A nephrologist or nurse practitioner from Eastern PA Nephrology Associates sees patients at least weekly in the clinic.
- Monthly and bi-monthly labs are drawn and closely monitored by our nurses and nurse practitioner.
- Entire nursing staff is ACLS certified and each nurse has at least five to 10 years of dialysis experience in both acute and chronic settings.
- Our social worker has an extensive renal background and experience in dealing with the dialysis patient's needs. She is also instrumental in arranging transportation to and from dialysis for patients that need it either from their homes or from a Skilled Nursing Facility.
- Medical Nutrition Therapy and dietary services are available.
- We routinely exceed clinical performance goals set up by Medicare for dialysis adequacy, anemia management and bone/mineral metabolism parameters as well as meet current End Stage Renal Disease Network 4 and US goals for vascular access.
For more information, call 215-538-4665.
Since 1986, the Hemodialysis Unit at St. Luke's Hospital - Quakertown Campus has been providing comprehensive dialysis services for people with chronic kidney disease. The Hemodialysis Unit provides convenient, high quality dialysis care including social services and dietary consultation for area outpatients. Inpatient dialysis services also are provided as needed. For more information, call 215-538-4665.
Heart & Vascular Services
See the Heart & Vascular Center for comprehensive care of the wide range of diseases that affect the heart and blood vessels.
St. Luke's Health & Fitness
For information about St. Luke's Health & Fitness programs and services, call 215-529-6380. For more information about the additional physical medicine and rehabilitation services offered by St. Luke's University Health Network, please visit St. Luke's Rehabilitation Centers.
See St. Luke's Radiology for all your imaging needs, including CT Scanning, MRI, Mammography, Nuclear Medicine, Ultrasound and X-ray.
See St. Luke's Wound Management Center, which offers special treatment for non-healing wounds and ulcers.
See the Sleep Disorders Center for information that can help with evaluating, testing and treating problems with sleeping.
Occupational Medicine offers comprehensive occupational health services ranging from work injury care, to physical exams, to substance abuse testing and much more!
Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation
St. Luke's is dedicated to providing comprehensive Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation, as well as occupational, speech and hearing rehabilitation services.
Family Health Resource Center
The Family Health Resource Center is a library devoted to health information for children and men and women of all ages. Located on the first floor of SLQH, the Resource Center provides a variety of sources for common health concerns, including Internet access, videos, books, brochures, magazines and CD-Roms. While not a lending library, the Resource Center offers a comfortable and convenient atmosphere for researching health topics. For more information, call 215-538-4794.