A 60-bed hospital-based compassionate care facility
Located in a quiet, manicured section of the Peconic Bay Medical Center campus with its own external access, the Peconic Bay Skilled Nursing and Rehabilitation Center is a well-resourced 60-bed facility that provides patients and residents with 24-hour medical coverage and the assurance that emergency services are only a few steps away.
With a highly trained patient-care team of expert therapists, rehabilitation specialists, nurses and support staff, the facility provides intensive, short-term care for patients recovering from surgery, illness or injury, as well as long-term care for those who can no longer manage their physical health at home.
Offering a unique combination of advanced-technology rehabilitation techniques and old-fashioned compassionate care, the Center's dedicated patient-care team works to assure that all residents and patients function to their fullest potential in an atmosphere where help and encouragement are readily available.
Rated as a 5-star facility by both US News & World Report and CMS, the Center accepts patients on referral from discharge planners at hospitals from throughout the Tri-State area, as well as direct referrals from primary care physicians.
Accreditations & Memberships
Certified by New York State Health Department
New York State Health Facilities Association
National Association of Directors of Nursing Administrators
The Skilled Nursing and Rehabilitation Center offers all the advantages of being part of a hospital, including:
Self-Pay Room and Board Rate: $1000 per day
Private room surcharge (non-clinical need request): $200 per day
Orthopedic joint replacement program
In supporting Peconic Bay Medical Center's Knee and Hip Replacement Center of Excellence, the Center offers an advanced and highly specialized program of intensive post-replacement rehabilitation. Because of the recognized excellence of this program, the Center also provides post-replacement rehabilitation for patients from other hospitals.
The program includes individualized attention and therapy sessions in Peconic Bay Medical Center's Cary Grossman Center for Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation, which is widely regarded as one of the most advanced of its kind in the Northeast.
Each summer, PBMC Orthopedic Joint Replacement Program hosts a Joint Replacement Alumni Barbecue, giving former patients, their surgeons and physical therapy staff the opportunity to reconnect and say hello.
Pegasus House Palliative Care Program
Located within the Peconic Bay Skilled Nursing and Rehabilitation Center, PBMC's Pegasus House Palliative Care Program is an eight-bed specialized unit dedicated to offering an enhanced level of pain-relief and compassionate care to patients facing challenging health issues, in the comfort of a family-friendly setting.
Not limited to hospice care patients, Palliative Care can be provided to anyone across any disease spectrum. In order for a patient to qualify for palliative care, a patient should have a chronic illness or an acute illness that causes that patient or his or her family to suffer.
The Palliative Care Program seeks to ease pain and suffering while providing the best possible quality of life for patients afflicted with chronic or life-limiting illnesses. It embraces the patient's family, because not only are family members key to providing care and comfort to the patient, but they also are often in need of care and comfort themselves.
For more information about Palliative Care and the Pegasus House Palliative Care Program, speak with your hospital discharge planner or social worker, or feel free to call us at (631) 548-6176 or (631) 965-7737.
Individualized social, recreational, and religious activities
Patients' social, spiritual and emotional needs, as well as their medical needs, are met at the Skilled Nursing and Rehabilitation Center by a staff that treats all patients with dignity and respect.
Meals, which are planned by an on-site registered dietitian, are served in a large, pleasant dining room, with special menus for special occasions. Resident and family councils allow a forum in which residents may express their views and concerns.
Religious services representing many denominations are available and pastoral visits can be arranged.
Staff recreation therapists direct recreational activities, which are designed to appeal a variety of interests. Scheduled seven days a week, activities include concerts, sing-alongs, crafts, parties, holiday get-togethers, pet therapy, ice cream socials, games such as bingo, gardening, yoga, and trips to community theaters and restaurants.
Compassionate care focused on the individual needs and recovery plans of each patient
Short-term intensive rehabilitation programs
Injury and illness recovery
Long-term care for people with age and/or disability issues