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The Latest

Aug 9, 2021
Northwell Health Peconic Bay Medical Center Executive Director Amy E. Loeb, Paramedic Supervisor Jason Gross, and Director of Patient Care for the Cardiac Cath Unit Annemarie Dillon recently presented certificates of recognition to Paramedic Matt Mauro, EMT George Burmester, and Driver Patrick Goldrich of Hampton Bays Ambulance.
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Aug 9, 2021
Northwell Health Peconic Bay Medical Center staff recently recognized paramedics from the Riverhead Volunteer Ambulance Corps for outstanding medical care during a meeting on Thursday, August 5.
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Aug 7, 2021
Paul Furbeck, executive director of the Peconic Bay Skilled Nursing Facility and director of therapy, discusses how physical therapy improves outcomes of care and what services are available at Peconic Bay Medical Center.
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Jul 31, 2021
Dr. Richard Gilbert, board-certified orthopedic surgeon, discusses his expertise in hand and upper extremity surgery and how these procedures can be life-changing for his patients.
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Jul 29, 2021
The vaccine rollout throughout New York, and especially Long Island, has been a success. Nearly two-thirds of the state’s population and 75% of those over 18 have received at least one dose. Suffolk County’s numbers are on par with the state’s average. Unfortunately, the news here is worse, and it’s extremely worrisome.
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Jul 24, 2021
Dr. Steven Ouzounian, chief of general surgery, discusses the surgical procedures that are preformed at Peconic Bay Medical Center and why it's important to have a trauma center available to the local community.
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Jul 19, 2021
Peconic Bay Medical Center partners with the district to offer COVID-19 vaccination to eligible community members ages 12 and up.
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