Sara Cerrone, MD, fellowship-trained gastroenterologist, explains how she diagnoses and treats diseases of the digestive organs—in addition to the liver, gall bladder, and pancreas—and how the community benefits from easy access to these health care services.
Lindsey Quinnell, RN, CEN and trauma program manager, discusses the common types of traumatic injuries treated at Peconic Bay Medical Center, and how access to critical care services are imperative to the local community in Eastern Suffolk County.
Michael Khalili, MD, double board-certified in anesthesiology and pain management, discusses his expertise in interventional pain management in addition to the treatment options at Peconic Bay Medical Center available to patients suffering from acute and chronic pain.
Ram Jadonath, MD, an expert in cardiology, cardiac electrophysiology, and internal medicine, discusses the importance of heart health, including why electricity is essential for proper heart function, during American Heart Month.
Stanley Katz, MD, senior vice president of cardiovascular services and chair of cardiology at Peconic Bay Medical Center, discusses the importance of having a comprehensive range of cardiology capabilities, including the advanced-technology Cardiac Cath Lab for the residents of Eastern Suffolk County.
Lawrence Walser, MD, medical director of respiratory care and the intensive care unit, discusses how pulmonary disease ties into critical care medicine and the types of acute and hyper-acute cases that can be treated by the services available at Peconic Bay Medical Center.
Claudia Cebada-Mora, lead physical therapist at Peconic Bay Medical Center's Cardiac Rehabilitation Program, discusses the services available for patients in Eastern Suffolk County to raise awareness during American Heart Month.