Sean M. Donahoe, MD, clinical cardiologist and principal investigator, discusses cardiac clinical research and the benefits of having clinical trials available to the local community in Eastern Suffolk County.
Peconic Bay Medical Center (PBMC) will host a Narcan distribution session for NYS Overdose Awareness Day at the Israel Family Ambulatory Center in Greenport to inform the community of how to respond to an opioid overdose with naloxone following recent fentanyl-laced cocaine deaths on the North Fork. Life-threatening substances laced in drugs like cocaine and marijuana have become a severe public health threat, and PBMC aims to prepare the community with life-saving techniques.
Ragheed Saoud, MD, a fellowship-trained urologist, discusses the services available to patients at Peconic Bay Medical Center in Eastern Suffolk County, such as surgical treatments for conditions such as kidney stones, kidney cancer, prostate cancer, bladder cancer, testicular cancer, and other ailments of the kidneys and renal system.
Peconic Bay Medical Center (PBMC) announced today that it has officially been recognized by the Institute for Healthcare Improvement as an Age-Friendly System Participant. This recognition makes Peconic Bay Medical Center the only certified Age-Friendly System Participant on the North Fork. Thousands of Eastern Long Island residents can now benefit from the implementation of evidence-based interventions specifically designed to improve care for older adults.