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The Latest

Feb 12, 2022
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.
Feb 5, 2022
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.
Jan 29, 2022
Nicole Menard, outreach coordinator of the Cancer Services Program of Suffolk County, discusses their goal to increase early detection and prevention of cancer in New York State through free screenings and follow-up services for breast, cervical and colorectal cancers, available to qualified patients in the community.
Jan 22, 2022
Peter Sultan, MD, chairman of orthopedic surgery, discusses how joint replacement can change a patient's quality of life, and how to you can learn more about the orthopedics program at Peconic Bay Medical Center.
Jan 15, 2022
Lincoln Cox, MD, chair of emergency medicine, discusses the importance of access to emergency services in Eastern Suffolk County, in addition to the way needs of the community have changed over the years at Peconic Bay Medical Center.
Jan 8, 2022
Amy Loeb, executive director at Peconic Bay Medical Center, discusses the recent surge of COVID-19 in Eastern Suffolk County, including what that means for the hospital and the community.
Dec 27, 2021
Peconic Bay Medical Center (PBMC) has recognized three EMS members from the Ridge Fire Department for stopping the bleed on a patient who had sustained a significant laceration to their forearm. Healthcare heroes, Matthew Mauro, Paramedic, Arthur Vansicklen, Driver, and Joanna Guerrero, Paramedic, took action to control the bleeding of the patient, transporting them to PBMC’s Emergency Department (ED) and in turn, saving their life.