Brookhaven Memorial Hospital Medical Center is dedicated to providing our neighbors with the finest in quality medical care... and the utmost of compassion.
A voluntary, not-for-profit community hospital in Patchogue, Suffolk County, New York, we provide that care through a 306-bed acute-care hospital that's part of a multidisciplinary, multicampus, state-of-the-art healthcare complex, designed to meet the evolving needs of the 28 Suffolk County communities we serve.
While much has changed since we first opened our doors to the community in 1956, our patient-centered approach to healthcare remains as strong as ever. It is the heart of our mission and foundation of our vision and core values.
Today, we are home to some of the finest centers for specialized care including a Level II Trauma Center/Emergency Room. Every day, we help our neighbors who are struggling with obesity or battling breast cancer... we diagnose and help treat life-threatening heart disease... and we help those with orthopedic injuries – or chronic wounds that just won't heal – return to a full, active life.
The Medical Center also was the first in the county to establish a Certified Home Health Care Department, a Hospice and an outpatient Hemodialysis unit and is a leader in health education throughout the community. We're out there raising awareness for those at risk of serious illness – and hope for those who are facing one.
When treating patients at Brookhaven, we not only care for every member of your family, we care about them. We invite you to review our Community Service Plan to find out how.
May 21, 2018
BMHMC Celebrates EMS Week!
Thank you for all you do!
May 09, 2018
National Nurses Week 2018
May 6th - May 12th
May 02, 2018
BMHMC Congratulates Tom Cullen
BMHMC is proud to congratulate Board of Director, Tom Cullen on receiving the United Hospital Fund Tribute to Hospital and Health Care Trustees.
April 25, 2018
Ribbon Cutting of the New Walter & RoseMarie Ladick Lobby
Yesterday, April 24th BMHMC held the Ribbon Cutting of the new Walter and RoseMarie Ladick lobby