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Dialysis Centers

Lindenhurst Dialysis Center

185 South 10th Street Lindenhurst, NY 11757 (631) 956-6080
Dialysis services offer a comprehensive approach beginning in a hospital-based unit where social workers, nephrologists and skilled nurses assist the patient in choosing the correct modality. These may include in-center hemodialysis, peritoneal dialysis, a home modality, or transplantation. When a decision has been made and dialysis begins, the skilled staff is there to assist and prepare the patient for dialysis as an outpatient.

The hospital-based Unit, as well as the outpatient Centers in Bay Shore and Lindenhurst, contains state-of-the-art equipment. Each was designed to create an environment of optimum comfort during treatment, including individual televisions and specially designed reclining chairs.

For further information, call the Lindenhurst Center at (631) 956-6080 or the Physician and Health Referral Line at (631) 376-4444.

Directions to Lindenhurst Dialysis Center:

From Southern State Parkway and Sunrise Highway:

Take Wellwood Avenue South. Continue through village of Lindenhurst. Just past train tracks turn right onto Hoffman Avenue. Take Hoffman Avenue east 10 blocks to South 10th Street. Turn left onto South 10th Street. Center is at corner of Kent and South St.
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Bay Shore Dialysis Center

929 Sunrise Highway Bay Shore, New York 11706 (631) 224- 8500
Dialysis services offer a comprehensive approach beginning in a hospital-based unit where social workers, nephrologists and skilled nurses assist the patient in choosing the correct modality. These may include in-center hemodialysis, peritoneal dialysis, a home modality, or transplantation. When a decision has been made and dialysis begins, the skilled staff is there to assist and prepare the patient for dialysis as an outpatient.

The hospital-based Unit, as well as the outpatient Centers in Bay Shore and Lindenhurst, contains state-of-the-art equipment. Each was designed to create an environment of optimum comfort during treatment, including individual televisions and specially designed reclining chairs.

For further information, call the Center at (631) 224-8500 or the Physician and Health Referral Line at (631) 376-4444.

Directions to the Bay Shore Dialysis Center:

From Southern State Parkway:

Southern State Parkway to exit 41 South (Bay Shore Road). Continue past Hess gas station. At Bay Shore Inn (purple building), make the first right turn. This brings you into the rear entrance of the parking lot.

From Sunrise Highway:

From east: get off at Fifth Avenue, exit 42, and onto the service road. Continue past Peter Pan Diner. We are on the right side of the road. From west: continue to Fifth Avenue exit and go over Sunrise Highway and back on to the service road going west.
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Martin Luther King, Jr. Community Health Center

The Martin Luther King, Jr. Community Health Center, located in Wyandanch, represents a cooperative effort between Good Samaritan Hospital Medical Center and the Suffolk County Department of Health Services. When the Health Center opened its doors on July 1, 1968, it was the first community health center in Suffolk County and a model for others that followed on Long Island.

Today it continues the tradition of providing much - needed healthcare to the surrounding community. The services include family practice, prenatal, pediatrics, immunizations, social work and diagnostic testing.

The following services are provided at the Health Center:

  • Adult Medicine
  • Pediatrics
  • Family Practice
  • Gynecology
  • HIV Counseling
  • Immunizations
  • Cardiology
  • Infectious Disease
  • Radiology
  • Laboratory
  • Obstetrics
  • EKG
  • Social Work
  • WIC

The Health Center is open Wednesdays from 8:30 am - 8pm; Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays from 8:30 am - 5:30 pm.

Fees for service insurances accepted, sliding fee for patients who have no form of medical coverage. Suffolk Health Plan is available to all Medicaid patients.

For further information, call the Health Center at (631) 854 - 1700.
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Good Samaritan Nursing Home

Our motto is: "Rx: Daily Dose of Love."

The Good Samaritan Nursing Home is located at 101 Elm Street in Sayville, one block from the Great South Bay. The 100-bed facility has been part of Good Samaritan since 1980. The residents of the Nursing Home are a medically complex population requiring the full-time care only a skilled nursing facility can provide.

From the moment of admission the inherent value and dignity of life of each resident is always our consideration. This skilled nursing facility emphasizes an interdisciplinary approach to meet the needs of each resident. This begins before the resident comes to live in our home. Early in the admission process, family and prospective residents meet with our team members representing all departments. We believe that seeds to foster confidence and relationships must be planted as soon as possible, since admitting a loved one to a nursing home is never easy.

Our 100-bed size allows for personal attention to individual needs. All team members are easily reached by residents and families. Even our head chef knows each and every resident and their specific nutritional needs and/or wants. Every effort is made by our capable dietary staff to provide customized entrees and nutritional snacks. We never lose sight of the social significance of sharing a meal with another person. A variety of food accompanies our excellent recreational programs.

Our physical location is uniquely beautiful. Good Samaritan Nursing Home is situated in a lovely residential area of Sayville within a one block walking distance of the Great South Bay. Our residents frequently enjoy a picnic lunch at the seashore during the summer months.

The spiritual needs of our residents are very important to us at Good Samaritan. A full-time Chaplain, priestly presence, and a lively core of pastoral care volunteers provide daily coverage to enhance a living faith for all denominations. This includes the prayerful and supportive presence of staff to residents and family members during times of crisis, particularly that of dying and death.

At Good Samaritan, we are fortunate to have the presence of the Good Shepherd Hospice Program available to residents who are terminally ill. This provides uniquely for family and palliative supports to continue in an institutional setting.

Fully Certified:

Medicare and Medicaid

Member: American Healthcare Association

New York State Health Facilities Association

Our facility is JCAHO accredited and certified by the New York State Department of Health.
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Specialized Programs:

Specialized programs include personalized care, physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech therapy, fall safety program, dementia program, wound care (certified wound care nurse), recreational therapy (ADA equipped transport bus), psychological services, dental services, interfaith spiritual services and an onsite Certified Nursing Assistant Training Program.

For further information or a personalized tour, call (631) 244-2400.
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Long Term Home Health Care

Illness doesn't just affect the patient; it has an impact on everyone in the family. The caregiver in the household requires the peace of mind to know that the patient's needs are being attended to in the best possible way. But more than that, the caregiver also needs some time off to do the things with his or her family that provide for quality in the way they live. Good Samaritan's Long-Term Care services provide patient, caregiver and caregiver's family with the skill, support, counsel and respite time so necessary when illness strikes.

Good Samaritan's Long-Term Home Health Care Program (LTHHC) can bring new life to adults who would otherwise be eligible for nursing home placement. The mission of the program is to provide cost-effective services to chronically ill people who are unable to function independently but to not require around-the-clock nursing care.

Certain life circumstances could create an environment where individuals or families would benefit from the LTHHC program. Typical scenarios include a married couple with one spouse suffering from chronic health problems, an elderly mother with a cardiac condition caring for a mentally retarded adult child or an elderly adult with early dementia, who is socially isolated. These cases would be individually assessed for appropriate patient care. Many frail elderly adults living on their own could benefit from daycare services including nursing supervision, assistance with medications, personal care aides, social work supportive services, physical, speech, occupational, respiratory, and nutritional therapies. Both the patient and caregiver can receive support through the LTHHC program.

Durable medical equipment including bathroom safety equipment, wheelchairs and walkers are also available. LTHHC can provide Federally Waivered Service such as Personal Emergency Response Systems (emergency call buttons), housing improvements such as ramps and electric stair glides, moving assistance, respite services and Social Day Care.

The primary payer for this program is Medicaid, however, patients can access services as self-payers or with long-term care insurance coverage. Eligibility is based on meeting criteria for nursing home admission, and having complex needs requiring multiple services and case management.

Long Term Home Health Care is…

  • A cost-effective way of caring for patients of any age with disabilities, chronic illness or those in need of on-going rehabilitation in the home
  • A program designed to assist people in their homes and family environments to avoid or delay placement in a skilled nursing facility
  • A coordinate plan of services under the supervision of their physician to provide healthcare services

You may be eligible…

  • If you are disabled or chronically ill and which to live at home
  • If your doctor thinks you can be safely care for at home and provides written orders for your care
  • If you have Medicaid, are spending down for Medicaid, or can pay privately

Referrals are accepted from:

  • Patients
  • Hospitals
  • Physicians
  • Community Agencies
  • Nursing Homes
  • Families
  • Any concerned individual or community member

Services available:

  • Nursing Care-home visits, case management, 24-hour availability for consultation
  • Physical and occupational therapy
  • Speech and hearing services
  • Personal care, Homemaking, Housekeeping services
  • Home Health Aide
  • Nutritional counseling
  • Medical Transportation
  • Pastoral Care visits
  • Social Day Care or other Dementia Related Services

Wavered Services:

  • Personal Emergency Response System
  • Housing Improvement
  • Home Maintenance
  • Social Day Care and Transportation
  • Respite Care

For further information on eligibility and the additional services of Good Samaritan's Long Term Home Health Care Program, call (631) 224-8696.
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Lindenhurst Dialysis Center
Bay Shore Dialysis Center
Martin Luther King, Jr. Community Health Center
Good Samaritan Nursing Home
Long Term Home Health Care

 

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1000 Montauk Highway
West Islip, NY 11795

phone 631.376.4444

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