Snow affects area hospitals and schedules
Updated On: Feb 14 2014 06:15:19 AM CST
To ensure the safety of patients and staff while the region’s roads are cleared of snow and ice, the following schedule changes are in effect at Lehigh Valley Health Network for Friday, Feb. 14.
All health centers will open at 9 a.m.
LVHN Fitness will open at 9 a.m.
The hospitals of St. Luke's University Health Network are open.
• St. Luke's Hospital – Allentown Campus
• St. Luke's Hospital – Anderson Campus
• St. Luke's University Hospital – Bethlehem
• St. Luke's Hospital – Miners Campus
• St. Luke's Hospital – Quakertown Campus
• St. Luke's Hospital - Warren Campus
If you require immediate health-related services, please call 911 and go immediately to the nearest emergency room and notify your physician as soon as you are able
All St. Luke's Urgent Care Centers are open on their regular schedule. This includes the Urgent Care locations at St. Luke's North, St. Luke's West End Medical Center and Jim Thorpe.
In addition, all Occupational Medicine Services at these locations are available.
For specific information on certain practices and testing sites, check the St. Luke's website.
Easton Hospital is open.
A Singles Shop scheduled for Friday with the Department of Health has been cancelled.
Hospital continues to operate as normal. Outpatient practices are closed.
For Employees: Reading Health System is operating in weather emergency mode. For more information, please call 484-628-8600.
Friday, February 14
Center for Mental Health – opening at 10 a.m.
Child Development Center – normal schedule
Dispensary at 2nd Street – opening at 10 a.m.
Outpatient Clinics: A4, Children’s Health Center, Women’s Health Center – opening at 10 a.m.
Outpatient Physical and Occupational Therapy at both Wyomissing Plaza and Reading Health Rehabilitation Hospital – opening at 10 a.m.
Perioperative Services – normal schedule
Radiation Oncology – opening at 10 a.m.
Records Release Center – opening at 10 a.m.
Speech and Hearing Center – opening at 10 a.m.
StChris Care – opening at 10 a.m.
All Reading Health Physician Network practices will open at 10 a.m.
Berkshire Heights and Exeter QuickCares will open at noon.
Leesport QuickCare will open at 10 a.m.
Reading Hospital Imaging (Radiology) Locations will open at usual hours except:
Berkshire Heights – 10 a.m.
Elverson – 10 a.m.
Hamburg – 10 a.m.
Kutztown – 10 a.m.
Reading Hospital Laboratory Locations – normal schedules
School of Health Sciences – CLOSED
Schedule changes for Friday:
Friday, February 14
Berks Imaging Center 10 am
Berks Medical –Muhlenberg 10 am
Downtown Reading Campus
Berks Medical Equipment 10 am
Community Pharmacy 10 am
Dental Services 10 am
Diabetes Management 10 am
Family Practice Residency 10 am
Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy 10 am
Laboratory 10 am
Langan Allied Health 10 am
Physical Therapy 10 am
Radiology 10 am
St. Joseph Family and Women’s Care 10 am
Wound Care 10 am
St. Joseph Health Network at :
Broadcasting 10 am, lab closed
Elverson 10 am
Leesport 10 am
Maidencreek 10 am
Shelbourne Square 10 am
Spring Ridge 10 am
St. Lawrence 10 am
Strausstown 10 am
St. Joseph Medical Laboratory at:
Heritage of Green Hills Closed
Richmond Corporate Center Closed
Sinking Spring 10 am
St. Joseph Medical Group:
Cardiothoracic General Surgery 10 am
Dr. Stephen Lago, DO 10 am
Neurology 10 am
Neurosurgery 10 am
Ob/Gyn 10 am
Drs. Sandhu, Robel 10 am
Vascular 10 am
Drs. Wolf, Strohl 10 am
Orthopedics 10 am
Women’s Services 10 am
Hildebrandt Learning Center 9:30 am
WorkCare – Bern Campus 10 am
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