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St. Luke’s opens two new health centers

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A St. Luke’s Care Now office. (Contributed)
A St. Luke’s Care Now office. (Contributed)

St. Luke’s University Health Network recently opened two health centers in the region.

The newly built St. Luke’s Health Center-Belvidere opened this month at 187 County Route 519, Warren County, N.J. The center includes physicians who are specialists in rheumatology and orthopedics, including hand and wrist and primary care sports medicine.

Other services include St. Luke’s Belvidere Family Practice, a laboratory, a physical therapy office and a walk-in St. Luke’s Care Now office. The walk-in clinic is the 15th in the network.

St. Luke’s Miners Health Center recently opened in a medical office building, 411 S. Shenandoah Road, Ringtown, Schuylkill County.

The center is SLUHN’s third rural health clinic. The others are in Nesquehoning and Tamaqua in Carbon County.

Earlier this year, St. Luke’s Miners Rural Health Clinics received the 2018 Outstanding Rural Health Organization Award from the National Rural Health Association. The network’s rural clinics receive more than 12,000 patient visits annually.

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