EASTON, Pa. - The Lehigh Valley Health Network held a grand opening for the Health Center at Easton on Friday.
The new two-story, 40,000 square-foot center is located at 2401 Northampton Street, the site of the former Schaible's, Maier's and Bimbo bakeries.
It opens for operations on Monday, June 12.
Brian Nester, LVHN President and CEO, said LVHN delivered for the people of eastern Northampton County, who asked for better access to important health services from the region's leading health network.
"We take care of a lot of people from Northampton county, but we don't have a lot of assets in Northampton county," he said.
When the Health Center opens, the following services will be available:
- ExpressCARE – Walk-in care for minor illnesses and injuries, no appointment is needed
- LVPG Family Medicine–Easton – Primary care for families, infants to seniors
- LVPG Obstetrics and Gynecology–Easton – Addressing the special needs of women from adolescent to senior years
- LVPG Pediatrics–Easton – Focusing on children’s needs from newborn through teen years
- Adult Rehabilitation Services – Physical therapy, neurologic therapy and orthopedic therapy
- Imaging Services – Walk-in service for X-ray and ultrasound tests
- Laboratory Testing – Blood testing from Health Network Laboratories
Additional information is available at lvhn.org.
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