Peconic Bay Medical Center is expanding its focus on women’s health with new services and facilities aimed at providing comprehensive care close to home for women in all stages of life.
Peconic Bay Medical Center's emergency department will handle about 38,000 visits this year, including a growing number of critical care cases, such as strokes, heart attacks and trauma. The expansion, which will cost about $20 million, will focus on critical care.
Amy Loeb, who has served as deputy executive director for the past two years, was named executive director of the Riverhead hospital effective Feb. 1, succeeding Andrew Mitchell, who ran the hospital for 20 years.
Peconic Bay Medical Center in Riverhad has implemented revised, stricter protocols to protect its patients and staff and is preparing “surge capacity” to deal with an influx of coronavirus patients