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PBMC physician assistant receives national recognition

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

Peconic Bay Medical Center names cardiologist as new medical director

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.

Peconic Bay Medical Center welcomes the first baby of the New Year

Peconic Bay Medical Center welcomed its first baby of the New Year, a little girl born Jan. 2 at 11:53 p.m.
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PBMC offers free lecture series on preventing and coping with effects of a stroke

A stroke can be devastating. The good news is that strokes can be prevented and treated. Workshops like this one are one reason that people cope better post-stroke.

East End Arts ‘Music by the Bedside’ expands to PBMC, offering patients comfort and emotional support

This innovative, award-winning program brings music to the bedsides of patients at Peconic Bay Medical Center to comfort and support them.

PBMC offers free ‘Breast Cancer Awareness Lunch and Learn’ on Oct. 5

Death rates from breast cancer have been decreasing in part due to awareness women gain through meetings like this one.

Learn more about keeping your family safe at PBMC’s Child Safety Day

Learn how to protect your children at PBMC's Child Safety Day. The hospital and local fire, police and sheriff departments will offer a host of free tips and procedures to help keep your little ones safe and sound.

Zika virus update: a community presentation

Worried about Zika virus? Learn the latest updates at the talk by an infectious disease specialist at PBMC.

PBMC surgeon uses new technique for minimally invasive hernia repair

Riverhead surgeon Dr. Agostino Cervone performed an umbilical hernia repair using a new technique and instrumentation.

Are you at risk for Type 2 diabetes? Free program offered to help you avoid it

Learn how to keep Type 2 diabetes at bay by making some simple lifestyle changes you can learn in this free program.