- Balance Center
- Behavioral Health
- The Concussion Center at St. Luke's Warren
- Cancer Care
- Diabetes Management
- Emergency Services
- Laboratory Services
- Nutrition Counseling
- Occupational Therapy
- Older Adults
- Physical Therapy
- Pulmonary Services
- Sleep Center
- Speech Pathology
- Surgical Services
- Women's Services
- Wound Healing Center
Each stage of a woman's life is unique. At St. Luke's Warren Hospital, you can choose from a number of services specially tailored to your health care needs throughout your lifetime.
The Cynthia D. Starr, M.D. Breast Care Center
Providing you with these convenient services:
- Digital mammography. Is it time for your annual mammogram? Our Center now offers full field digital mammography, the most advanced mammographic imaging technology available for the early detection of breast cancer.
- All tests evaluated by board-certified radiologists, with same-day results for screening mammograms.
- Timely appointments for routine screenings, including evening and Saturday hours.
- Minimally invasive options, if a biopsy is needed.
- Accredited by the American College of Radiology.
The Cynthia D. Starr, M.D. Breast Care Center - (908) 387-6111.
Osteoporosis is a disease in which the bones become fragile and more likely to break. Any bone can be affected, but of special concern are fractures of the hip and spine, which can have serious consequences.
St. Luke's Warren Campus offers Dexascan, a safe imaging study that can help your physician decide if you are developing or need treatment for osteoporosis.
- 15-minute, noninvasive procedure.
- Compares your bone density to normal ranges.
- If needed, treatment may include drug therapy and/or exercise.
Radiology - (908) 859-6740.
Fitness and Nutrition
We offer a personal wellness program to fit your needs when you join the St. Luke's Warren Campus Health and Wellness Center. Membership includes:
- A personal wellness profile
- Meeting with a fitness advisor
- Orientation to the equipment (and a trainer who stays with you until you feel confident)
- Nutrition classes
- Arthritis and osteoporosis classes
- And much more.
Health and Wellness Center - (908) 859-8833.
Heart disease is the leading cause of death in women. But being aware of symptoms and risks unique to women, as well as eating a heart-healthy diet and exercising, can help protect you. Click here for information on cardiac services at St. Luke's Warren Hospital.
Urinary incontinence is the inability to stop urine leakage. If you have difficulty controlling your bladder, you are not alone. Loss of bladder control is a common problem shared by millions of women. And there are ways to regain control, including biofeedback, medication, and surgery.
Community Education - (908) 859-8877.
Massage is offered by appointment at the St. Luke's Warren Hospital Health and Wellness Center. Swedish, geriatric, pregnancy and sports massage are available. Please call (908) 859-8833 to schedule an appointment. Credit cards are accepted and gift certificates are available.
Massage at the Health and Wellness Center - (908) 859-8833.
According to the American Diabetes Association, more than nine million women in the United States have diabetes, and about a third of them don't know they have it. And the number of women in the United States at high risk for diabetes is increasing.
Community Education - (908) 859-8877.
It's not just about snoring. Sleep disorders can cause symptoms as simple as feeling tired all the time or even feeling unable to handle your daily responsibilities. If you are not sleeping well, you may be at risk for serious health issues.
The Center for Sleep Medicine - (908) 387-9130.
Lymphedema occurs when fluid builds up in the soft tissue of the body, usually the arm or leg, and may be caused by breast surgery and other conditions. Lymphedema therapy is provided by our Occupational Therapy Department.
Occupational Therapy - (908) 859-6755.
A persistently sad or irritable mood, feelings of hopelessness, or changes in sleep or appetite may be symptoms of depression. St. Luke's Warren Campus' Behavioral Health Department can help with depression and much more.
Behavioral Health - (908) 859-6782.