St. Luke’s University Health Network will now offer labor and delivery services for patients of Easton Hospital in Easton at the St.Luke's Anderson Campus in Bethlehem Township. Easton Hospital, owned by Steward Health Care, a Texas-based for profit health care network, shut down its obstetrics and gynecology unit on February 7.
HMK Insurance in Bethlehem has a new chief financial officer.
The Lehigh Valley Business Journal wants to know which spaces in the Greater Lehigh Valley region are the coolest. So, we’re asking our influential readers to nominate the cool spaces you know and love.
A local firm has begun offering a $1 billion private real estate investment fund that combines debt funding with equity investments.
Robin Wiessmann, who recently served as secretary of the Pennsylvania Department of Banking and Securities, is the new executive director and CEO of the Pennsylvania Housing Finance Agency.
The suit alleges JUUL is jeopardizing the health of Pennsylvanians, in particular, young people, who he says the company targeted with their products.
The owner of a number of local mall properties announced today that it plans to acquire another major mall operator for about $3.6 billion.
Several Lehigh Valley auto dealerships are collaborating with a Philadelphia-area technical school to create an early employment program.
PPL Electric Utilities wants to broaden the diversity of businesses and business leaders that supply it with goods and services and it will begin with a summit next month.
Lehigh Career & Technical Institute of Schneckville recently celebrated the opening of its new Welding Technology Center, a $4.25 million project that doubled the welding program’s lab size.
Four area hospitals received a five-star ranking from the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services, the federal agency that administers the Medicare program. The CMS released its annual Hospital Compare star ratings last week, illustrating the quality performance of more than 4,500 hospitals in the United States.
The buildings and structures that comprise the long dormant Allentown State Hospital will start coming down this summer. Demolition contractor Neuber Demolition & Environmental Services of Gilbertsville, Montgomery County, will start July 10 and finish in February 2021, with a completion of its contract work in May 2021.