St. Luke's Miners Memorial Hospital, founded in 1910, provides health care services to residents in eastern Pennsylvania. The hospital is an acute-care medical center with some 50 beds. It also operates the St. Luke's Miners Memorial Geriatric Center, a nursing home with another 50 beds, and a home health care agency. Its medical staff includes about 100 physicians with some 25 specialties such as psychiatry, cardiovascular care, rehabilitation, sleep disorders, and emergency medicine. The not-for-profit health care provider is part of St. Luke's Hospital & Health Network.