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Medical Center Services

Peconic Bay Cardiac Rehab

Emergency Medicine

 


 

Life-Saving Services for a Quarter-Million East End Residents

For heart attack, stroke, and accident victims, every second counts. And that’s why the East End counts on us.

Peconic Bay Medical Center provides residents of the North Fork and central Suffolk County with immediate local access to advanced life-saving services:

– Our interventional cardiac catheterization center is staffed by the East End’s leading cardiologists.

– Our stroke center has been recognized for excellence by the American Heart and Stroke Associations.

– Our Level III trauma center has already provided emergency medical services to 1,000 East End residents.

We are working every day to provide the range, depth, and quality of medical capabilities to fulfill our promise as the regional medical center for the East End.

Before we launched these life-saving services, our residents had to travel farther for critical-care emergency treatment than any other residents of the tri-state area. Thanks to the vision and generosity of our community of supporters and benefactors, residents of the East End can now enjoy a quality of care that reflects our community’s world-class quality of life.

Andrew J. Mitchell, FACHE
President, CEO
Peconic Bay Medical Center

Kanas Regional Heart Center

Cardiac Catheterization Center

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Peconic Bay Medical Center’s Kanas Regional Heart Center provides 24/7 access to life-saving cardiac catheterization procedures for heart attack victims.

Immediate Care for Stroke Victims

NYS Designated Stroke Center

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Our stroke treatment center has been recognized for excellence with the American Heart Association’s Gold Plus Quality Achievement Award.

Expert Care for Accident Victims

Level III Trauma Center

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The trauma team’s life-support-certified responders and board-certified surgeons stand ready 24/7 to coordinate all the medical center’s resources in any emergency.

 

 See our New Critical Care Tower rising

Groundbreaking ceremonies for the new home for Peconic Bay Medical Center’s Level III Trauma Center and Kanas Regional Heart Center were held in July, 2017. Watch this space to see our progress!

Photography by Agostino Cervone, MD, FACS