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SBUMC and Community Celebrate Grand Opening Of State-Of-The-Art Center for Outpatient Services


The facility is equipped with top technology for imaging, pain management and cancer care

Elected officials, Stony Brook University Medical Center Leadership, cancer advocates and members of the community gathered on March 23 to celebrate the opening of the new 65,000 square foot Center for Outpatient Services at SBUMC. The new building is located at 3 Edmund D. Pelligrino Road, on the Medical Center campus, adjacent to the Ambulatory Surgery Center. The new site offers a one-stop resource for patients seeking outpatient services that were previously located in multiple locations as well as within the Hospital.

At the ribbon cutting ceremony for Center for Outpatient Services at Stony Brook University Medical Center are, from left to right: (front row) Lou Howard, Stony Brook Council; John Cochrane, Stony Brook Council; Steven L. Strongwater, M.D., CEO, Stony Brook University Hospital; Richard N. Fine, M.D., Dean, Stony Brook University School of Medicine; Vivian Viloria-Fisher, Suffolk County Legislator; and Gloria Rocchio, President, Ward Melville Heritage Association; (back row) John Flanagan, New York State Senator; Martin S. Karpeh, M.D., Director Stony Brook University Cancer Center; Steven Engelbright, New York State Assemblyman; Robert Borneman, Treasurer, Carol M. Baldwin Breast Cancer Research Fund, Inc.; and Michael Russell, SUNY Board of Trustees.

Designed for the comfort and convenience of patients and their families, services offered within the Center for Outpatient Services include The Imaging Center, The Center For Pain Management, and the Outpatient Cancer Center, which includes the Carol M. Baldwin Breast Care Center, Medical Oncology, Pediatric Hematology/Oncology and Surgical Oncology. The new facility offers easy access, free parking and valet services, spacious and tranquil public areas and on-site food services.

“The new facility provides a convenient, one-stop resource for our patients,” says Steven L. Strongwater, M.D., Chief Executive Officer, Stony Brook University Hospital. “It is also an ideal way for our medical experts to come together, share their knowledge, and to provide the best team care in the most efficient way possible.”

Those attending the ribbon cutting and celebration believe that the Center for Outpatient Services is an exciting addition to SBUMC and the community. New York State Senator John Flanagan said that opening of the Center is a great example of how government can work to develop something extremely important for patients, the general population and for Suffolk County. New York State Assemblyman Steven Engelbright added that the new Center is a symbol of advancing care and a “bridge to save lives.”

Each area of the Center for Outpatient Services has its own unique features and benefits depending on the nature of the service offered. Each offers consultation rooms where physicians can meet with patients and family members in private, comfortable patient-centered stations for examinations. In addition, the facility is equipped with the most modern technology available in the areas of diagnostic imaging, pain management and cancer care.

Patients interested in making an appointment at the Imaging Center can call 631-638-2121; patients interested in making an appointment at the Outpatient Center for Cancer Services can call 631-638-1000; and patients interested in making an appointment in the Pain Management Center can call 631-638-0800.

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