St. Luke's University Health Network Opens Three-Story Addition

SLUHN’s Upper Bucks Campus new addition adds more than 117,225 square-feet of space.

By HFT Staff
March 6, 2023

St. Luke’s University Health Network’s (SLUHN) Upper Bucks Campus opened its three-story addition, doubling the size of its hospital in Milford Township that was completed in 2019.  

The $79 million project adds more than 117,275 square-feet of space dedicated to cancer care at the Cancer Center and to women’s health, birthing and neonatal care in the Women & Babies Pavilion as well as room for future expansion. 

The first-floor of the new wing expands St. Luke’s comprehensive cancer care and palliative services. The infusion suite has expanded from 10 to 16 chairs and the first floor will also be home to a suite of oncology practices (medical, surgical, radiation, and gynecological). 

The addition includes the installation of a True Beam linear accelerator giving patients access to highly advanced radiation therapy services at this campus. Patients will no longer have to travel to other Network sites or elsewhere for their radiation services. Shell space for future expansion also is included.  

The second-floor addition has five labor and delivery rooms, 12 post-partum rooms, four triage rooms, six NICU beds, and two C-section suites.  

The third floor is shelled space to accommodate future growth of the campus based on the needs of the community. It is designed to accommodate 36 medical/surgical beds.  

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