At the Medical Center, we want to ensure all patients have the opportunity to fully participate in their healthcare decisions.
To this end, it is our policy to provide an interpreter and/or reader services for blind, deaf or language-impaired patients. We may use employees and/or professional agencies who can provide timely interventions to meet individual patient needs. Various assistive communication devices also can be provided to patients, and a TDD (Telecommunication Device for the Deaf) is available for family and visitors in the nursing office.
May 17, 2017
Brookhaven Hospital Celebrated National Nurses Week
The Balance of Mind, Body, and Spirit was the theme of this past week's celebration
May 10, 2017
United Hospital Fund's 2017 Tribute Recognizes Walter Ladick, Jr.
United Hospital Fund's 2017 Tribute to Hospital and Health Care Trustees Recognizes our own Walter Ladick, Jr.
May 03, 2017
2017 Spring Forward Event - A Terrific Success!
Thursday, April 27th over 350 guests gathered at the beautiful Lands' End in Sayville to honor Donna Boyle
April 24, 2017
Medical Society of the State of New York Installs New President
Best wishes to Dr. Charles Rothberg on your installation as President of the Medical Society of the State of New York