St. Luke's Miners Campus in Pennsylvania Opens Heart & Vascular Center

St. Luke's Hospital-Miners Campus in Coaldale, Pa., has opened its new Heart & Vascular Center, sleep lab and outpatient lab service site, according to a Morning Call report.

The cardiovascular center, which cost more than $2 million to build, will offer echocardiograms, EKGs, holter monitors for ambulatory heart measurements and other services. The center will be staffed by Allentown, Pa.-based St. Luke's Cardiology Associates, which is affiliated with the hospital.

The new space also includes a new sleep lab to test patients for sleep disorders and a new outpatient lab with walk-in service.

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