Pennsylvania system 'tops off' hospital featuring spine and joint center

Alan Condon -   Print  |

Allentown, Pa.-based Lehigh Valley Health Network recently held a topping off ceremony for a 106,000-square-foot hospital that will feature a spine and joint center, tnonline.com reports.

Three things to know:

1. Lehigh Valley Hospital–Hecktown Oaks in Lower Nazareth Township, Pa., will provide comprehensive spine and orthopedic care.

2. Opening summer 2021, the hospital will also feature a 61,000-square-foot medical office and the Lehigh Valley Cancer Institute.

3. In December, LVHN acquired Bethlehem, Pa.-based Coordinated Health, which enhanced its orthopedic presence in the region.

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