Resident Life

St. Mary Medical Center in Langhorne, PA serves a mix of patients from diverse economic and cultural backgrounds, and gives residents an opportunity to expand their clinical and professional skills.

One of the commonwealth's largest and most historic counties, Buck County comprises 622 squares miles with more than 620,000 people within its 23 boroughs and 31 townships, and is part of the PA–NJ–DE–MD Metropolitan Statistical Area, more commonly known as the Delaware Valley or Philadelphia metro region. Bucks County is immediately northeast of Philadelphia in Southeastern Pennsylvania.

From small-town shopping and classic theaters to scenic state parks and historical monuments, Bucks County is full of treasures and rich in history, entertainment and family fun. Bucks County has many lush parks and friendly recreational sites to renew the spirits, popular historical landmarks to explore; hundreds of tempting, first-class restaurants to nourish the mind and the body; and many of the best museums and cultural venues in the country.

Famous historic sites include Washington Crossing Historic Park, Mercer Museum, Pennsbury Manor and Pearl S. Buck House. Popular attractions include the shops and studios of New Hope, Peddler's Village in Lahaska, New Hope and Ivyland Railroad, Sesame Place, and Bucks County River Country. Also within Lower Bucks County is the Parx Casino in Bensalem.

The Philadelphia region offers residents a diverse choice of living experiences. Philadelphia and its surrounding suburbs have many historic neighborhoods. Comfortable and affordable housing is available in the city or surrounding suburbs.

The area is a short drive to New York City, Washington, D.C., ski slopes and hiking trails in the Pocono Mountains and the sunny beaches of New Jersey or Delaware among other destinations.