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PBMC Health Hosts Dedication of The Gertrude & Louis Feil Campus for Ambulatory Care: Receives Largest Philanthropic Donation to Date

Peconic Bay Medical Health System received its largest philanthropic gift to date from the Louis Feil Charitable Lead Annuity Trust. In appreciation of the $5 million donation and in recognition of the Feil family's extraordinary support, PBMC announced that it will name its new Ambulatory Campus in Manorville "The Gertrude and Louis Feil Campus for Ambulatory Care" during a recent dedication held at Peconic Bay Medical Center.  A live newsfeed of the Manorville sign unveiling with its new name took place as part of the dedication.

The development of the campus is recognition of the growing community population on Long Island's East End, the need under Federal healthcare reform to develop medical services beyond hospital care, and Peconic Bay Medical Center's focus on wellness and preventative healthcare.  The new four-building medical campus will be the only comprehensive healthcare provider within the Manorville community.  It will include over 25,000 square feet of medical and ambulatory care offices, designed as a state-of-the-art medical complex with a pharmacy and several retail stores.

The first building will be completed in the Spring and will be home to urgent care/primary care, pediatrics, urology, digestive disorders, general surgery, health education and orthopedics.   "Peconic Bay Medical Center is excited to create this world-class medical campus equipped with the most advanced, state-of-the-art medical technology and staffed by professionals committed to excellence and compassionate care within a healing environment," explained Andrew Mitchell, President and CEO of Peconic Bay Medical Center and Peconic Bay Medical Center.  "Building upon our rich history, this new addition to Peconic Bay Medical Center will ensure we can further support our commitment to East End communities by providing exceptional and efficient healthcare, stimulating the local economy by creating jobs  and successfully support our residents by providing the highest quality healthcare available," he continued.

About Peconic Bay Medical Center and 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 people of Suffolk County. The continuum includes Peconic Bay Medical Center, located in Riverhead; 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 Mattituck, Hampton Bays, Center Moriches, Riverhead and Westhampton Beach; and the Campus for Advanced Ambulatory and Preventive Care, scheduled to open in the Spring of 2013 in Manorville.

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. The award-winning Kanas Center for Advanced Surgery is home to the da Vinci Surgical Robotics Program. PBMC is also a designated Stroke Center, a Bariatric Center of Excellence and recipient of the prestigious Joint Commission Gold Seal of Approval for Total Joint Replacement for Hip and Knee. As a major clinical campus for the New York College of Osteopathic Medicine, PBMC hosts graduate medical education programs in Family Medicine and Traditional Internship. Peconic Bay Medical Center is a member of the East End Health Alliance and affiliated with Stony Brook University Hospital.