Under the Knife: How Peconic Bay Medical Center Enhances Modern Surgery

Posted on December 22, 2015

Surgery is a stressful time, both for the individual seeking treatment as well as for the families and loved ones. Peconic Bay Medical Center offers state-of-the-art surgical treatment. Using minimally and non-invasive surgical procedures to greatly reduce the risk of surgical intervention, minimize pain during the recovery period and to reduce the length of hospital stay required after treatment.

Treatment Options at Peconic Bay Medical Center

When looking for a Long Island medical center, you want to make sure you find a treatment facility that can combine state of the art care with knowledgeable physicians and a caring staff. This is the mission of Peconic Bay Medical Center. PBMC is proud to offer advanced surgical treatment options for Colorectal, Gynecological, Urology, Thoracic, Bariatric and General surgery needs.

In addition to traditional surgical therapies, Peconic Bay Medical Center offers support for:

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  • Joint replacement
  • Orthopedic surgery
  • Cardiovascular therapy
  • Stroke treatment
  • Spine injury
  • Sports medicine
  • Rheumatology and arthritis
  • Traumatic fractures and osteoporosis

The mission of PBMC is to enhance the health and wellbeing of every member of the community by delivering quality, comprehensive and compassionate care. PBMC's focus on advancing comfort and patient experience in therapy options gives the physicians and skilled nurses the drive and expertise to deliver state-of-the-art treatment options that put patients first, focusing on comfort, reduced pain and the best therapeutic outcomes possible.

To learn more about the advancements in surgical care offered at Peconic Bay Medical Center, contact us.

Enhancements for Modern Surgery

Peconic Bay Medical Center takes advantage of laparoscopic and robotic surgical techniques. Under traditional surgical practices, surgical intervention is made through the use of a large incision, followed by sutures to aid in recovery. Minimal and non-invasive surgical techniques eliminate the large incision of traditional surgical practices and instead patients get the benefit of technological advancements.