St. Charles Sports Medicine has established itself as a leader on Long Island for the diagnosis, treatment, rehabilitation and prevention of all forms of sports injury.
The Hepatobiliary and Pancreatic Surgery program at South Nassau Communities Hospital offers multidisciplinary treatment for complex disorders of the liver, pancreas, gallbladder and bile duct, allowing patients to receive comprehensive, long-term care close to home.
The pediatric neurosurgery program at Stony Brook Children’s Hospital provides individualized care delivered by a team of specialists, who address issues such as craniosynostosis, deep-seated brain tumors, Moyamoya disease and other neurological conditions.
Ever hear the term “strategic investing”? How about “tactical investing”? At a glance, you might assume that both these phrases describe the same investment approach.
At Neurological Surgery, P.C., Neurosurgeon Sachin Shah, MD, combines his surgical expertise with that of Fernando Checo, MD, orthopedic surgeon at The Central Orthopedic Group, to treat spine tumors.
Michael Weber, MD, cardiac electrophysiologist at St. Catherine of Siena Medical Center, describes electrophysiology’s role in treating arrhythmias and how St. Catherine takes a personalized, holistic approach to patient care.
Good Samaritan Hospital Medical Center was awarded the Advanced Certification for Comprehensive Stroke Centers in January 2019.
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Since being verified in 2018 by the American College of Surgeons (ACS) as a Level III trauma center, Long Island Community Hospital has been able to offer expanded lifesaving emergency care. The new trauma designation, combined with the addition of an on-site vascular medicine program, means more emergency patients than ever will be able to receive their care entirely at Long Island Community Hospital.
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