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March is colorectal awareness month – PBMC uses giant inflatable walkthrough model to raise public’s conciousness

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More than 30,000 people each year would not die from colon cancer if they'd just get screened for the disease as recommended. Peconic Bay Medical Center set up a giant inflatable colon in its lobby this morning to make the point.

Free wellness lecture ‘When Pain Persists’ scheduled for March 22

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Chronic pain can wreak havoc in the lives of those who suffer from it. Find out more information about how to manage it at this free lecture.

State approves cardiac cath lab at Southampton Hospital

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Southampton Hospital has received approval from the New York State Department of Health to create a cardiac catheterization and electrophysiology laboratory at its Audrey and Martin Gruss Heart and Stroke Center.

State health commissioner approves cardiac catheterization facilities at Peconic Bay Medical Center

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Peconic Bay Medical Center has received approval from New York State Health Commissioner Howard Zucker to establish two laboratory cardiac catheterization and electrophysiology suites and construct a rooftop helipad.

PBMC physician assistant receives national recognition

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Peconic Bay Medical Center has a nationally recognized physician assistant on board. Find out how he earned that honor.

Free Women’s Wellness seminar, Feb. 23

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Feeling sluggish? Worried about your health? Join PBMC's Women's Wellness seminar to learn how small lifestyle changes can bring big results.

Peconic Bay appoints new director of neurosurgery

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Robert M. Galler, DO, MPH, has been appointed the director of neurosurgery at Peconic Bay Medical Center.

Free prostate cancer seminar, March 29

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Prostate cancer is the most common type of cancer found in men and, caught early, it can be successfully treated. To learn more about the newest technology to treat it, attend this free seminar.

Peconic Bay Medical Center names cardiologist as new medical director

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Jean M. Cacciabaudo, MD, a fellowship-trained cardiologist, was formerly the chief of cardiology at Southside Hospital and director of nuclear cardiology and associate medical director at Long Island Jewish Medical Center.

One year later, assessing the local impacts of medical marijuana

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At the end of the first year of operation of medical marijuana dispensaries in New York, including Suffolk's only dispensary located in Riverhead, the debate about the newly legalized drug continues.