Stephen Bove, lead physical therapist of pulmonary rehabilitation, discusses the process of evaluating patients for a treatment plan, and well as the importance of these services designed to help patients breathe better through specific exercises and breath re-training.
Kenneth Mayer, MD, director of hospital medicine, explains the importance of the hospital medicine specialty and how they care for patients who are admitted through the emergency department at Peconic Bay Medical Center.
Scott Berman, MD, expert in obstetrics and gynecology, discusses the importance of yearly exams for women, including screenings for cancer and other diseases, as well as common conditions and the wide variety of women's health services available to the community.
David Angelillo, DO, dual board certified orthopedic surgeon and sports medicine expert, discusses the health care resources available to the community when it comes to the diagnosis and treatment of musculoskeletal injuries and conditions in patients of all ages.
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.