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Peconic Bay Medical Center

‘Let’s talk about our kids and this virus:’ PBMC hosts Facebook Live discussion with doctors

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Can they go out to play? Can they visit Grandma? What about school? Peconic Bay Medical Center is hosting...

Suffolk hospitals get green light for elective surgeries and ambulatory procedures

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Elective and ambulatory surgeries have always been important revenue sources for hospitals, but in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, they are more crucial than ever to hospitals' survival.

A message to the community from Peconic Bay Medical Center: We want you back

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Dr. Jean Cacciabaudo, medical director at Peconic Bay Medical Center, discusses what the hospital has done to protect patient safety through the COVID crisis and what the future holds for hospital operations.

Sheriff’s Office honors health care workers with parade

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The Suffolk County Sheriff’s Office yesterday participated in a “Thank You Parade” at Peconic Bay Medical Center. Photos and video

Look for 106th Rescue Wing’s flyover salute to front-line workers in Riverhead sky Friday

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The 106th Rescue Wing plans to conduct a flyover to salute health care, essential workers and first responders in Suffolk County on...

Flowering plants bring cheer to front-line medical workers

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Four East End Rotary clubs are distributing thousands of plants to front-line workers at the three East End hospitals this weekend — spreading cheer and smiles among hospital staff finally feeling some relief after a long, rough couple of months.

Peconic Bay Medical Center Foundation acquires McGann-Mercy High School property

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Peconic Bay Medical Center Foundation has acquired the 24-acre former McGann-Mercy High School site from the Diocese of Rockville Centre for $14 million. The hospital has no immediate plans for the property and will seek input from the Town of Riverhead and the community to develop a long-range strategic plan for the campus, according to PBMC president and CEO Andrew Mitchell.

Local farm community pays tribute to PBMC health care workers

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The local farm community turned out in force Tuesday evening to salute Peconic Bay Medical Center and the health care heroes who’ve been working around the clock to save lives during the coronavirus outbreak on Long Island.

Farmers will salute PBMC health care workers Tuesday evening with tractor drive-by

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At least 30 tractors, harvesters and flat-bed trucks will make their way up Route 58 and north on Roanoke Avenue past the hospital’s main entrance Tuesday beginning at about 6:30 p.m.

In Suffolk, COVID hospitalizations ‘plateauing at a high level’ as death toll continues to climb

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The number of people hospitalized for COVID-19 in Suffolk County has leveled off over the past 10 days, after steadily climbing for weeks. But, the county executive said yesterday, "“We appear to be plateauing at a high level.”
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