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.
March 16, 2018
BMHMC Annual Service Awards Dinner
President's Leadership Award goes to Director of Support Services, Mike Scioscia
March 08, 2018
BMHMC Congratulates Two Outstanding Individuals!
Michele Miller, Emergency Management Coordinator and Dr. Waqas Khan, Interventional Cardiologist
January 11, 2018
Long Island ...There's a Welcome Change in the Wind!
You may have seen or heard hints of the coming new branding initiative for Brookhaven Memorial Hospital Medical Center
December 19, 2017
Bringing Joy to Local Families
BMHMC has participated in the Salvation Army USA Angel Tree Program