100-year-old Pa. healthcare campus gets $31 million renovation

May 21, 2019

St. Luke’s University Health Network is upgrading facilities while expanding healthcare services at it's 100-year-old Allentown, Pa., campus, according to an article on the LeHigh Valley Live website.

Primary care, pediatrics and women’s health will all expand at the renovated campus. 

The behavioral health unit underwent an $11 million expansion that includes two new floors and major infrastructure upgrades, like a new chiller. 

The unit now has 109  beds after 42 were transferred from another campus. 

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