Treatments & Techniques
With a newly expanded, state-of-the-art facility in Riverhead, Stony Brook Medicine’s Quannacut Outpatient Services expands the reach of multidisciplinary, evidence-based addiction treatment across Eastern Long Island.
For nearly thirty years, the FDA had not approved any new antidepressant medications since Prozac entered the market in 1988.
Hesham Atwa, MD, FACS, FASMBS: Robotic Surgery Interventions Offer Patients More Options and Better Outcomes at Long Island Laparoscopic Doctors
Robotic surgery is the next level in the evolution of modern surgery, as Hesham Atwa, MD, FACS, FASMBS, can attest.
A comprehensive Cardiac Wellness Program and the recent addition of on-site services from a board-certified heart failure specialist make Mount Sinai South Nassau a trusted partner for advanced care for patients with heart failure.
David Fiorella, MD, PhD, Professor of Neurosurgery and Radiology, Director of the Stony Brook Cerebrovascular Center and Co-Director of the Stony Brook Cerebrovascular and Comprehensive Stroke Center, provides mechanical thrombectomy and other highly effective treatments to promote excellent outcomes among patients with stroke.
Baruch Meer, DO: Providing a Full Spectrum of Musculoskeletal Imaging at St. Catherine of Siena Medical Center
Baruch Meer, DO, musculoskeletal radiology attending with St. Catherine of Siena Diagnostic Imaging, discusses the benefits to patients of St. Catherine’s customized model of care.
Complex and Minimally Invasive Surgeries at Neurological Surgery P.C. Offer Relief and Restore Function to Patients with Spinal Conditions
Highly trained specialists and subspecialists at Neurological Surgery P.C. (NSPC) tailor treatment plans, from minimally invasive spinal fusion surgery to percutaneous and open procedures, to meet the needs of patients in a convenient setting close to home.
At New York Cancer & Blood Specialists, state-of-the-art treatment and wraparound support for exclusively or predominantly male cancers, such as prostate, penile, testicular, bladder and kidney cancer, do not begin at diagnosis and end at remission. They are tailored to meet the physical, emotional, spiritual and financial needs of patients across the spectrum of care.
Since its founding, the Breast Health Center at Good Samaritan Hospital Medical Center, a member of Catholic Health Services, has served as a comprehensive resource for women who are dealing with breast cancer.
St. Catherine of Siena Medical Center’s Breast Health Program: University-Level Care in a Community Setting
The Breast Health Program at St. Catherine of Siena Medical Center features cutting-edge diagnostic and therapeutic services, a multidisciplinary approach that fosters seamless care and improves outcomes, and a philosophy of personalizing and customizing treatment for each individual — all the elements patients and referring physicians seek at academic medical centers throughout New York without the burden of having to travel.
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