Quickly becoming one of Long Island's leading centers for advanced surgical procedures, Peconic Bay Medical Center features one of the Northeast's most modern and well designed surgical pavilions, the award-winning Kanas Center for Advanced Surgery, which includes the state-of-the-art daVinci Robotic Surgical System.
The Kanas Center for Advanced Surgery
Designed in consultation with top surgeons to maximize surgical efficiency and patient safety, the Kanas Center features six state-of-the-art surgical suites. Formore information about the Kanas Center, click here.
The da Vinci Robotic Surgery System
Designed to enable incredibly precise, complex surgery using a minimally-invasive approach, the da Vinci Surgical System enables smaller incisions, less pain and blood loss, shorter hospital stays, and faster recoveries. For more information about PBMC's da Vinci Robotic System click here.
Because of the Kanas Center with its daVinci Robotic System and other advanced technology capabilities, general surgery at Peconic Bay Medical Center is safer for patients, ranked in the Top 10 percent of hospitals in the nation and among the Top 10 hospitals in the State of New York with a five-star rating from the oldest and largest independent health care quality ratings agency in the country,and rated in the top three hospitals in both the Tri-State Area and all of New York State for patient safety by a leading national consumer rating agency.
Peconic Bay Medical Center's expert team of surgeons, anesthetists and perioperative staff perform a wide range of surgical procedures with consistently excellent outcomes.
Peconic Bay's staff strives to ease the hospital stay for patients by offering sensitive pre-surgical preparation, by utilizing the most highly-developed and up-to-date surgical techniques and by working to minimize postoperative discomfort.
Common problems treated by general surgeons at Peconic Bay Medical Center include hernias, breast tumors, gallstones, appendicitis, pancreatitis, bowel obstructions, colon inflammation and colon cancer.