Peconic Bay Medical Center is putting the finishing touches on a plan to build a three-story “critical care tower” on its property, doubling the size of its emergency room and adding a helipad to the roof, according to hospital president and CEO Andy Mitchell. READ
March is National Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month. And if you’re reading this column, it’s likely that you or someone you know has been affected by the disease, which is the nation’s second-leading cause of cancer-related deaths.
Orthopedist Dr. Bryan Hanypsiak, who joined Peconic Bay Medical Center’s Krauss Musculoskeletal Institute in October 2015, is considered one of the nation’s leading sports medicine specialists.
A husband, wife and infant were transported to Peconic Bay Medical Center with minor injuries after they were involved in a car accident just west of the Route 58 traffic circle on Tuesday afternoon. READ
The merger of Peconic Bay Medical Center and the newly rebranded Northwell Health won’t mean the local hospital will play second fiddle to the bigger health system, said Northwell president and CEO Michael Dowling.
Instead, it’s bringing the hospitals together as one “family.”
The first baby born in 2016 at Peconic Bay Medical Center in Riverhead is here! And he’s a Porter. READ
Peconic Bay Medical Center voted in 2015 to join forces with one of the country’s largest integrated healthcare systems, North Shore-LIJ.
Veterans on the East End will now be able to get their health care closer to home. READ