Eastern Long Island Hospital in Greenport, New York, recently expanded its emergency department as part of an overall plan to renovate its facilities. The remodeled department is a 4,512-square-foot, state-of-the-art facility with nine beds. The renovations include a decontamination chamber and isolation suite, a center dedicated to trauma and chest pain, and a patient nourishment center. The emergency department also has a space dedicated to triage and waiting, as well as outpatient services areas for diagnostic testing. The changes are designed to increase patient comfort and accessibility during treatment.
Moreover, the hospital is currently rebuilding its operating suites as part of a $4.5 million remodeling plan. The work was made possible through donations from the community, including the $250,000 lead donation from Tom and Cynthia Rosicki, the founding partners of Rosicki, Rosicki & Associates, P.C. Plans call for a 1,500-square-foot addition on the north side of the hospital and major updates to the hospital’s four operating suites, which have not undergone significant renovations since 1976.