RIVERHEAD, NY – During the month of April, a coalition of local organizations has donated a combined $23,000 to assist with establishing specialized fitness equipment and curricula at three East End elementary schools. Through a partnership with Peconic Bay Medical Center; GymGuyz East End, the Mattituck Lions Club and Kait’s Angels will help bring Project Fit America to the Greenport and Cutchogue East Elementary schools as well as the Riverhead Charter School.
RIVERHEAD, NY – Peconic Bay Medical Center is holding its annual Spring Gala at the Suffolk Theatre in Riverhead, New York on May 14, 2016. This year is unique in the history of Peconic Bay Medical Center as this is the year the hospital formally joined Northwell Health, New York’s largest health system. The new partnership will be honored at the 2016 Spring Gala.
RIVERHEAD, NY – Peconic Bay Medical Center, a member of Northwell Health is pleased to announce Thomas F. Mannino, MD appointed by the Medical Executive Committee and The Board of Directors at Peconic Bay Medical Center as the Chief of Radiology and Associate Chief Medical Officer effective February 2016.
Northwell Health (formerly North Shore-LIJ Health System) today announced a new contest in which public voting will decide which of three medical innovations developed by some of its 61,000+ employees will receive $100,000 in additional research support. Starting today through April 18th, voters can go to www.northwell.edu/vote to learn about each innovation and vote for their favorite idea in which they think Northwell Health should invest.
RIVERHEAD, NY – Peconic Bay Medical Center’s Cancer Services Program will be the recipient of quarterly donations from Suffolk Cement Precast, Inc to help benefit cancer patients who utilize The Cancer Services Program of Suffolk County.
RIVERHEAD, NY – Suffolk County Health Commissioner, Dr. James Tomarken signed a pledge with Peconic Bay Medical Center today to reach a shared goal of 80% screened for colorectal cancer by 2018. Colorectal Cancer is a leading cause of cancer-related deaths among men and women in the United States. Each year in New York State, more than 10,000 people develop colorectal cancer and more than 3,500 New Yorkers die from the disease. Screening helps save lives.
RIVERHEAD, NY – JABS, located in Cutchogue, has raised $5,445 toward a goal of $30,000. Through a partnership with the Mattituck Lions and Peconic Bay Medical Center, JABS will help bring Project Fit America to the North Fork: Greenport and Cutchogue East Elementary schools.