In recognition of January being National Blood Donor Month, Peconic Bay Medical Center (PBMC) recently announced that 2022’s staff blood drive initiatives yielded 213 pints of blood and provided an estimated 639 patients with vital access to blood transfusions.
Jose Navarro, respiratory care and pulmonary rehabilitation manager, works with his team to support and develop his staff while continuing to improve care for patients experiencing any lung issues—including COPD, pulmonary fibrosis, pulmonary hypertension, lung transplant patients, and long covid patients.
Peconic Bay Medical Center (PBMC) recently held a recognition ceremony to thank four East Quogue Fire Department first responders for their rapid response to a 78-year-old patient suffering from a heart attack.
Kristen Leonard, CTRS, coordinator of volunteer services and senior patient experience specialist, discusses the volunteer programs available at Peconic Bay Medical Center and how they impact our patients and community.
Michael Huang, MD, chief of infectious disease at Peconic Bay Medical Center, discusses his work to build the infectious disease program and what you should know about cold and flu season in Eastern Suffolk County.