School of Medicine

Medical Education Programs

Nationally Recognized Medical Education Programs

Medical School

St. Luke's and Temple University School of Medicine have partnered to develop the first and only medical school campus in the Lehigh Valley. Enrolled students complete their first year at Temple; followed by years two, three and four at St. Luke's University Hospital – Bethlehem. The inaugural class began August 2011. Full enrollment of 120 medical students, who will earn MD degrees, by August 2014. We expect to graduate 300 physicians in 10 years and retain 150 (50 percent) in the Lehigh Valley region. Learn more about The Medical School of Temple University/St. Luke's Hospital.

St. Luke's is a comprehensive clinical teaching campus. Third- and fourth-year students enrolled in Temple University School of Medicine may complete their clinical rotations at St. Luke's University Hospital - Bethlehem.


Graduate Medical Education

The goal of our graduate medical education program is to train young physicians who will have the knowledge and skills to enter private practice and/or go into fellowships for further training. Each year, more than 140 residents train at St. Luke's, which is one of only 400 members of the prestigious Council of Teaching Hospitals.

Learn more from our Chief Academic Officer.

Residency Programs 

Fellowship  and Internship Programs

Allied Health Programs


Oldest, Continuously Operating Diploma School of Nursing

St. Luke's operates a fully accredited diploma School of Nursing and has an affiliation with Moravian College of Bethlehem to offer a fully accredited baccalaureate nursing degree as well as RN to BS and MS degree programs.