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Announcement of Newly Appointed Chief of Radiology

Lauren Jacobsen
Manager of Public Relations
Peconic Bay Medical Center
Ph: 631-548-6827

RIVERHEAD, NY – Peconic Bay Medical Center, a member of Northwell Health is pleased to announce Thomas  F. Mannino, MD appointed by the Medical Executive Committee and The Board of Directors at Peconic Bay Medical Center as the Chief of Radiology and Associate Chief Medical Officer effective February 2016.

fccc9dbda0b2194e8da389a07eee1065_f11801.jpgDr. Mannino has been employed at Northwell Health Physician Partners as a Radiologist since 1996. Dr. Mannino is Board Certified in Radiology and Nuclear Medicine.  He also holds the position of an Instructor at the Northwell Health Center for Learning and Innovation and is a Founding Board Member of the Cold Spring Harbor Education Foundation.

Dr. Mannino has 20 years of radiology experience. Previously, he held the position as Chairman of Radiology and Associate Chief Medical Officer at Northwell Health Glen Cove Hospital, formerly North Shore LIJ Glen Cove Hospital. Dr. Mannino was employed at North-Shore Imaging at Glen Cove as the Medical Director of the Outpatient Imaging Center from 2006 to 2014. Dr. Mannino was then promoted to Associate Chairman of Radiology at Glen Cove Hospital and thereafter as Chairman of Radiology at Forest Hills Hospital in 2014.

Dr. Mannino received his M.D. from Stony Brook School of Medicine located in Stony Brook, NY in May 1990. He completed his residency training in radiology at Stony Brook University Hospital in June 1995, followed by his Fellowship in Nuclear Medicine at Yale New Haven Hospital in June 1996. More recently, Dr. Mannino completed his Master’s in Health Care Delivery Science at the Tuck School of Business and the Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth College in 2015.

Dr. Mannino is currently overseeing the Grossman Imaging Center in Manorville and Peconic Bay Medical Center Radiology Department in Riverhead as Chief of Radiology.


About Peconic Bay Medical Center -Peconic Bay Medical Center is a comprehensive continuum of care focused on serving the full range of health and wellness needs of the people of Suffolk County. Anchored by Peconic Bay Medical Center, the continuum includes Urgent and Walk-In Care services at locations throughout our service area; Peconic Bay Home Health Services, serving all of Suffolk County; Peconic Bay Skilled Nursing & Rehabilitation, located in Riverhead; Peconic Bay Outpatient Physical Therapy, located in Riverhead; Peconic Bay Primary & Family Care Practices, with offices in Center Moriches, Hampton Bays, Manorville, Mattituck, Riverhead, Shoreham and Westhampton Beach; and a range of primary care, diagnostic and specialist services at the Gertrude and Louis Feil Campus for Ambulatory Care in Manorville. For more information, visit

About Peconic Bay Medical Center -Peconic Bay Medical Center is a non-profit medical facility committed to providing exceptional care and improving the health of the communities it serves. Peconic Bay Medical Center offers wide ranging, full-scope services and programs along with state-of-the-art technology. Peconic Bay Medical Center and Peconic Bay Medical Center officially joined Northwell Health, formerly North Shore-LIJ becoming the East End’s hub for the world-class resources of New York’s largest health care system. For more information, visit

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