Peconic Bay Medical Center/Northwell Health broke ground Wednesday on its $60 million, three-story critical care tower that will include a comprehensive cardiac care center offering lifesaving interventional cardiac procedures not currently available anywhere on the East End.
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.
Uncertainty over East End cardiac cath lab location continues, with two sites again recommended to commissioner
The location of a future cardiac catheterization facility on the East End remains up in the air, as the Public Health and Health Planning Council today recommended approvals for both Peconic Bay Medical Center and Southampton Hospital.
Peconic Bay Medical Center’s plan to build a three-story addition on its main campus in Riverhead will be the subject of a public hearing before the Riverhead Town Board this afternoon.
Bucking staff recommendation, health committee approves cardiac cath labs for both Riverhead and Southampton
A state public health committee today decided to ignore the recommendations of department of health staff, which picked Peconic Bay Medical Center as the sole East End site for a cardiac catheterization lab.
A first look at what North Shore-LIJ, the 14th largest health system in the U.S. has planned for PBMC: Establishing a cardiac cath lab in Riverhead to serve the East End is its top priority.