St. Luke’s Quakertown Hospital Tops Out

IMC placed the final beam at the construction site of St. Luke University Health Network’s new $40 million hospital in Quakertown.

The new hospital is being constructed as a replacement hospital for the existing Quakertown Hospital, which is landlocked in its downtown location. The new building will include 40 private patient rooms, which can be expanded to an additional 40; 17 diagnostic radiology departments with cat scan, nuclear medicine, mammography, and fluoroscopy machines; surgical and emergency departments; and a laboratory, pharmacy and cafeteria. The cafeteria will feature a large, full-service kitchen. The existing hospital will be repurposed for doctor’s offices, outpatient care and behavioral health facilities.

A large white, iron beam being lifted by crane to the top of the new building with an American Flag attached and two IMC construction workers below.
Two cranes lifting a white, iron beam to the top of a building with a tree and an American flag attached to the beam.

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