Other Opportunities

Beyond our in-hospital volunteer opportunities, Long Island Community Hospital also offers caring individuals the chance to donate their time to:

  • Hospice: Individuals who are interested in providing companionship for patients in Hospice or support to families with loved ones in Hospice are encouraged to contact our Hospice program at 631-687-2960.
  • The Long Island 2 Day Walk to Fight Breast Cancer (LI2DAY): The goal of the LI2DAY is to raise awareness and funds for Long Islanders fighting breast cancer. LI Community Hospital is proud to support this nonprofit, which has raised over $1.4 million for the cause – with 100% of that going directly to outreach organizations throughout Nassau and Suffolk counties. The money is used toward medical expenses, transportation, prosthetics and wigs, physical therapy, babysitters, research and education. LI Community Hospital  is honored to be one of the beneficiaries of this wonderful fundraiser.

    At LI Community Hospital we work together as a team and as a family. The LI2DAY is the perfect opportunity for our staff to come together to help those affected by breast cancer in our community. LI Community Hospital Team has raised more than $250,000 through their participation in the annual walk. We encourage you to join us in supporting this worthwhile cause. For more information on how you can get involved, please LI2DAY's website.
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September 21, 2018
Debra Grimm Named LI Community Hospital VP And Chief Nursing Officer

Debra Grimm, DNP, MS, RN of Holbrook, NY has been named Vice President and Chief Nursing Officer at Long Island Community Hospital Center

August 21, 2018
The Long Island Community Hospital – CardioMEMS Heart Failure System

A new diagnostic tool in our Knapp Center Cath Labs

August 10, 2018
BMHMC is now officially Long Island Community Hospital

President & CEO Richard T. Margulis was proud to announce, at the hospital's recent Employee Appreciation BBQ

August 2018
BMHMC Is Now A Level III Trauma Center

Recognition complete by the ACS Committe on Trauma