About St. Luke’s
The Patient. Above All Else.
St. Luke's is a nonprofit healthcare system based in Duluth, Minnesota. Our 2 hospitals, over 40 primary and specialty care clinics and 2 pharmacies serve the people of northeastern Minnesota, northwestern Wisconsin and the Upper Peninsula of Michigan.
St. Luke's has provided medical leadership since its founding as Duluth’s first hospital in 1881. Even though we have grown into a regional health care system that serves three states, we have retained our renowned patient-centered focus. Our high-quality medical staff provides state-of-the-art care in one of the most beautiful settings in the United States.
St. Luke's Statistics 2018:
- 2,956 employees
- 275 employed physicians and advanced practice clinicians (APCs)
- 513 physicians and APCs on medical staff
- 684, 245 clinic visits
- 167,387 outpatient registrations
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St. Luke’s is a member of Wilderness Health, a group of independent health care providers in Northeastern Minnesota and Northwestern Wisconsin committed to working together for the good of the patient.
St. Luke’s research department, the Whiteside Institute for Clinical Research, is a joint effort between St. Luke's and University of Minnesota Medical School, Duluth Campus to support patient-oriented clinical research in the areas of cancer, heart and lung disease.
St. Luke’s is committed to supporting health and wellness in the communities we serve. We do this through our Community Health Needs Assessment and Implementation Plan, by sponsoring community health events and by managing St. Luke’s Proctor Fitness Center.
View St. Luke's Community Health Needs Assessment.
View St. Luke's Community Health Needs Assessment for Cancer Care.