Lutheran Hospital of Indiana
7950 W. Jefferson Blvd. Ft. Wayne, IN 46804
Distance from hotel: 0.1 mi
Phone: (260) 435-7001
The Best Western Luxbury Inn is across the street from The Lutheran Hospital in Fort Wayne Indiana. The Lutheran Hospital of Fort Wayne offers high tech health care in a nurturing and compassionate environment.
Beginning in 1904, Lutheran Hospital has grown from a 25-bed facility to a large modern hospital featuring these specialties:
Bariatric Center – surgical weight loss. The LHN Bariatric Center, part of Lutheran Health Network, offers a comprehensive, medically supervised weight loss program.
Cancer Center - the center provides a full range of diagnostic and treatment services in the areas of radiation and medical oncology, surgery, pathology, radiology, social services, support services and rehabilitation.
Children’s Hospital - Bringing families throughout northeast Indiana access to expert pediatric medical care that wouldn't require a half-day's drive to receive with more than 75 pediatricians practicing in 27 areas of pediatric specialty in an environment filled with imagination and color.
Childbirth Suites - Lutheran Hospital wants to provide a comfortable and professional atmosphere for the birth of your baby. For this reason, we offer single-room maternity care. For mothers requiring a cesarean birth or other special procedures, our surgical suites and recovery areas are located within the Childbirth Suites.
ER/Trauma - With Verified Level II Adult and Pediatric Trauma Centers, we're able to deliver optimal care for critical patients of all ages.
Heart Center - our advanced procedures, ranging from cardiac catheterizations and heart transplants to life-changing treatments for Atrial Fibrillation.
Transplant Center - In order to improve the quality of life for patients with end-stage heart failure, the Lutheran Heart Transplant Program has provided heart transplantation services since 1985, and artificial heart technology since 1987. Since then, we've performed over 250 heart transplants.
Since its creation in June 2007, the Lutheran Kidney Transplant Program has performed more than 45 successful transplants with kidneys donated from both living and deceased donors.