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Brookhaven Memorial Hospital Center

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The Brookhaven Memorial Hospital Center is located on Hospital Road in Patchogue, directly across the street from its Trauma Center.
100 Hospital Rd, East Patchogue, NY 11772
(631) 654-7100
  • Fax: Not public
  • Hours: By appointment
  • Hours: Daily, 24 hrs
  • Accessible: yes
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Jackie Casareno May 10, 2014 at 10:27 pm
I got cut but briefly, I say kudos, this is a great hospital, very clean, great, sweet nurses,Read More staff, doctors. As patient, we were always ell informed of the tests they conducted, together with the doctors we were focused together on getting the patient cured. Its such as treat to be here - again, everyone did a wonderful job. Hope this hospital gets better recognized now and in the future. Thanks to the nurse assistants and food staff, Vangy, Kimberly, Dr.Andre, the radiology and other staff and all the specialists. More power to you all.
Ben Vitale October 8, 2013 at 02:22 pm
Brookhaven Memorial Hospital Ambulatory Surgery Facility Commendation (Sorry this is so late! JohnRead More Alt’s review provoked me to publish my letter of commendation that I should have sent to Brookhaven Memorial Hospital last year.) On February 14, 2012 I went for Cataract surgery at the Ambulatory Surgery Facility of Brookhaven Memorial Hospital. I usually would not write about a hospital visit, but in this case the services rendered by the Nurses, was outstanding. At 69 years old I have seen more than my fair share of hospitals. During the course of many hospital visits on behalf of my mother, my wife, and myself, I have repeatedly observed the same inequities recurring at many hospitals that I visit. Most hospitals fail in the area of communications; patients are almost always "kept in the dark." There is nothing more frustrating than being in a hospital with a loved one, and not having access to patient information in a reasonable time frame. Unlike visits to other hospitals, I have found that communications with the patient, at Brookhaven Memorial Hospital, was excellent; in this particular case the patient was me! In preparation for my operation, I had the need to interact with five nurses; in every case the scenario was the same. The nurses first examined the wrist ID Bracelet to make sure that they were indeed talking to the correct patient. The nature and target of the procedure was repeatedly identified to make sure that I indeed got Cataract surgery on my "right eye," instead of an appendectomy. Each nurse explained what they were doing, and what they will be doing, within the next few minutes. The nurses explained exactly what will be happening on route to the operating room. I was introduced to the nurses that I would expect to see on route to the operating room. The time frame was identified! I was not, "kept in the dark." In addition, I was not treated like an inanimate object. I was asked many times if I needed a blanket. It was a truly refreshing experience to be treated like a human being in a hospital! Thank you, Nurses at BMH Ambulatory Surgery Facility. Ben Vitale PS: John, my wife may have been a patient art Brookhaven Memorial Hospital, at the same time that you were a patient at BMH; a review of her stay at BMH is forthcoming. Outside of being in a room with a problem patient, her stay at BMH was Excellent.
Elizabeth K October 8, 2013 at 02:45 pm
So sorry to hear this. Sounds awful. I have been to the ER with my children (stitches and the croupeRead More cough) I have to say I was very happy. Glad they were there. Also my husband was seen quickly for Kindney Stones. They were going to close Brookhaven as a proposed idea to save money but local legislators kept it open. Personal I am glad they did. Feel better.
Ben Vitale October 8, 2013 at 08:12 pm
Brookhaven Memorial Hospital Commendation On Thursday September 26, 2013 I drove my wife Marie toRead More the Emergency Room at Brookhaven Memorial Hospital, Patchogue, NY, with an intestinal problem; she was later admitted and assigned to a room on the second floor. The Nurses, Aids, and LPN’s that took care of my wife, presented themselves as friends, not employees. There was a genuine concern to do everything that was possible to make the patient comfortable and “happy.” Yep! I saw it with my own eyes! I am convinced beyond a doubt, that the congenial and friendly care that my wife received helped put her on the road to recovery. The Doctors were amazing! You must understand that I may be the most critical person on the planet! Coming from an engineering background, I have been trained to look for small details that could ultimately cause big problems. The Doctors were excellent; they pinpointed the problem and defined a slow cautious plan to resolve my wife’s medical condition. All of my wife’s Doctors interacted with Marie as if they were family. The Doctors complimented each other’s judgment; they were definitely team players! With obvious team spirit and cooperation, their goal was to make my wife better. The team did indeed blaze a new trail to fix one of my wife’s old problems. My wife is now following a prescribed path to recovery. The treatment that Marie received at Brookhaven Memorial Hospital was world class. What more can I ask for?
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