Lincoln Cox, MD, chair of emergency medicine, discusses the importance of access to emergency services in Eastern Suffolk County, in addition to the way needs of the community have changed over the years at Peconic Bay Medical Center.
Peconic Bay Medical Center (PBMC) has recognized three EMS members from the Ridge Fire Department for stopping the bleed on a patient who had sustained a significant laceration to their forearm. Healthcare heroes, Matthew Mauro, Paramedic, Arthur Vansicklen, Driver, and Joanna Guerrero, Paramedic, took action to control the bleeding of the patient, transporting them to PBMC’s Emergency Department (ED) and in turn, saving their life.
Peconic Bay Medical Center (PBMC) has received a donation of unwrapped gifts from The Partner Project to share with the hospital’s pediatric patients in the care of the Emergency Department (ED) to help brighten their spirits throughout the holiday season.
Michael Lyons, assistant vice president of Peconic Bay Home Health Services, discusses how the program works to provide skilled care to patients, maximizing comfort, mobility, and health, as they are discharged and continue their treatment plans at home.
Agostino Cervone, MD, board-certified surgeon and director of general robotic surgery, discusses hernia repair and other vital treatments available to the community through robotic and advanced laparoscopic surgery.