Peconic Bay Medical Center has received a $250,000 donation from the Polish Town Civic Association in Riverhead for the construction of the hospital’s new expansions, the hospital announced today.
New cardiac CT-scanner at Peconic Bay Medical Center can quickly detect deadly blockages, saving lives
Thanks to PBMC’s ultra-fast cardiac CT-scanner, not only can cardiologists assess a patient’s coronary arteries for blockages without snaking a catheter into the arteries, they can obtain important details about the nature of any blockages and assess blood flow through the heart muscle — details that they previously could not acquire through traditional catheter probes.
PBMC unveils ambitious $92 million plan for expansion of emergency department and Center for Women and Infants
Peconic Bay Medical Center unveiled plans yesterday for the next phase of an expansion it says will lay the foundation for bringing advanced specialized care to the region.
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.
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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.
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 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 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.
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.