NYU Winthrop Celebrates Grand Openings of Two Practices
Committed to providing community members with exceptional care from the East End of Long Island to New York City, NYU Winthrop Hospital recently celebrated the grand openings of two outpatient facilities. Mattituck Primary Care, located at 11700 Main Road, serves patients on the North Fork of Long Island, and Winthrop Cardiothoracic Surgery Associates has moved from Mineola to 1300 Franklin Avenue, Suite ML-2, in Garden City.
The Mattituck practice is co-led by Kerry A. Murphy, MD, who also serves as a flight surgeon for the New York Air National Guard 106th Rescue Wing stationed in Westhampton Beach, and Katie Hough, DO. Dr. Murphy, Dr. Hough, and their staff are committed to providing compassionate care to the underserved North Fork community, which has had a strong need for additional primary care expertise.
The spacious new home for Winthrop Cardiothoracic Surgery Associates enables a diverse clinical team to accommodate more patients than ever along with a responsive staff, convenient parking, and access to a range of first-rate specialists.
Several conditions are treated by Winthrop Cardiothoracic Surgery Associates including advanced coronary artery disease, cardiac valve disease, thoracic aortic disease, lung cancer, and a variety of complex conditions that affect the cardiovascular system using minimally invasive techniques such as robotic surgery. The 5,000 square foot facility is also equipped with enhanced screening capabilities such as a chest X-ray machine, affording patients access to both diagnostics and care in one convenient location.
“Our team is distinguished for its expertise in the field of cardiothoracic surgery and providing compassionate, personalized care,” said Scott L. Schubach, MD, chairman of the Department of Cardiothoracic Surgery at NYU Winthrop Hospital. “Maintaining top-notch facilities with the latest equipment and capabilities is of utmost importance for the benefit of all patients. This modern and welcoming space enhances our mission to ease the care process for patients and their families during what can often be a difficult time.”
In addition to this cardiothoracic office, NYU Winthrop Hospital offers more than 60 other specialty care practices with enhanced access to a wide range of services, along with inpatient hospital care should the need arise.