Coronavirus update: Feds OK testing at Northwell Health’s lab, but automated testing still not approved
“Manual testing of 75 to 80 samples per day will begin at Northwell immediately, Gov. Andrew Cuomo said, “but we still need automated testing approved so we can perform thousands per day.”
The contractors are finishing up the construction and as soon as the certificate of occupancy is issued, Wellbridge will take occupancy and bring its staff to the facility for about 45 days of training, Wellbridge CEO Andrew Drazan said.
More than 200 people turned out to walk in the Northwell Health East End Walk at Tanger Outlets in Riverhead Sunday morning.
At Wellbridge ceremonial groundbreaking, poignant personal stories underscore the need for understanding addiction
Wellbridge CEO Andrew Drazan explained his deeply personal determination to build an addiction research and treatment center today, at ceremonies marking the groundbreaking for the 80-bed, $95 million facility in Calverton — the first of its kind in the U.S.
Developers of Peconic Care Addiction Research and Rehabilitation Center got a green light from the Riverhead IDA Aug. 6 to close on financing to build an 80-bed research and rehabilitation facility in Calverton. With all approvals now in place, the developer is ready to break ground.
Riverhead resident Thelma Booker, a Peconic Bay Medical Center/ Northwell Health volunteer, has been elected president of the Nassau-Suffolk Council of Hospital Auxiliaries.
Photos from the Northwell Health East End Walk to raise money for cardiac care and women's health services at Peconic Bay Medical Center.