Peconic Bay Medical Center
PBMC receives ‘A’ rating in patient safety from watchdog group
Peconic Bay Medical Center has received an ‘A’ rating in patient safety by Leapfrog, a nonprofit watchdog group that grades hospitals based on patient services.
How to receive Homecare Medicaid: What do family caregivers need to know?
Join speaker Britt Burner, Esq. from Burner Law Group as she explains Homecare (Community) Medicaid. This workshop will provide information on how...
Peconic Bay Medical Center names new chairs of surgery and cardiology departments
Peconic Bay Medical Center has appointed Dr. Luis Davila Santini chair of surgery and Dr. John Kassotis chair of cardiology, the hospital said in a press release.
Women’s health takes front and center at Northwell Health-Peconic Bay Medical Center
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.
New advanced dialysis program available at PBMC
Peconic Bay Medical Center has implemented a new and advanced dialysis program, Continuous Renal Replacement Therapy, which is is administered much more slowly than typical dialysis, and it is a more comfortable alternative for critically ill patients, as it is gentler on the body.
Riverhead Town completes purchase of Second Street property from Peconic Bay Medical Center
Riverhead Town today finalized the $20 million purchase of Peconic Bay Medical Center's Second Street campus, which includes three office buildings, an M&T Bank branch and a large parking field. Town Hall and other town offices will be consolidated at the site.
Riverhead Town inks deal with PBMC to buy Second Street property for new Town Hall
The site, originally developed by Suffolk County National Bank, includes a three-story office building, a two-story office building, a bank branch currently leased to M&T Bank and a two-story wood frame house that has been converted to office space.
Peconic Bay Medical Center embarks on major emergency department expansion
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.
PBMC to close its skilled nursing facility by year’s end, will repurpose space for other clinical needs
PBMC needs to expand clinical space for other acute care services to meet growing demand, Executive Director Amy Loeb said. There are other facilities in the community that provide long-term care. PBMC needs to grow to provide the services only a hospital can provide, she said.
Northwell Health volunteers delivering 483 backpacks filled with school supplies to Riverhead
Northwell Health volunteers are delivering 483 backpacks filled with school supplies for students in the Riverhead Central School District this week ahead of the start of the school year next month.