Peconic Bay Medical Center received a $10 million gift from philanthropists and longtime supporters of the hospital, Emilie and Michael Corey. It represents the largest gift from an individual that the hospital has received in its history, PBMC announced Monday. READ
On a recent Saturday morning, Randy Hintze watched as the next round of pickleball matches began at Stotzky Park in the weekly Ladder League hosted by Riverhead Town’s recreation department. A retired Southampton Town police detective who lives in Wading River, Mr. Hintze, 63, had just completed an intense match during the first round of games. READ
Caregivers are often called the invisible patients. They carry a burden that can be isolating and stressful.
Advanced diseases and chronic illnesses such as Alzheimer’s, dementia and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease can affect a patient for years. READ
The driver and passenger of a Chevrolet Traverse escaped serious injury after a rollover crash at the intersection of Reeves and Horton Avenues Tuesday afternoon, according to Riverhead Town police. READ
Art lovers enjoyed an evening of cocktails, passed hors d’oeuvres and music while viewing pieces by Mastic Beach artist Reu’ven Gayle.
Good cake, good wine and good health care were three things the late Robert Entenmann cared deeply about, according to Robert Rosenthal, a Northwell Health Trustee and a close friend of Mr. Entenmann. READ
Peconic Bay Medical Center officials, architects and builders were before the Riverhead Town Board Thursday to request a site plan amendment for its ongoing expansion project, in part to accommodate for increased action at the hospital. READ
Peconic Bay Medical Center will unveil its new cardiac cath lab Monday, Oct. 16 — a facility that will bring “life-saving service” to the East End when it officially opens. READ