Gastroenterologists at St. Charles are among a handful on Long Island using the Barrx™ radiofrequency ablation system, a new, cutting-edge tool for removing cancerous, precancerous and diseased tissue from the esophagus, which can develop due to regular, long-term exposure to acid reflux, or GERD. Heartburn is a commonly reported symptom of GERD.
St. Charles Hospital has earned the 2018 Women’s Choice Award, America’s Best Hospitals for Orthopedics, Obstetrics, Bariatrics and Patient Safety. The Women’s Choice Award for America’s Best Hospitals™ is a credential that identifies the nation’s best hospitals based on criteria that includes relevant clinical performance, patient satisfaction and appropriate accreditations.
St. Charles Hospital has opened a new center dedicated to treating patients with lymphedema, a condition in which one’s arms and legs swell due to blockages or damage in the body’s fluid drainage system. The most common cause for lymphedema is cancer or treatment for cancer.
Reaches Tenth Stroke Quality Milestone in 2017
St. Charles Hospital expanded its Orthopedic program today with the opening of a new physician office for St. Charles Orthopedics. Located at 500 Commack Road, Suite 150, in Commack, the newly constructed office offers residents of western Suffolk the ability to make appointments with St.
St. Charles has achieved its third consecutive three-year accreditation in Rehabilitation and its first specialty accreditation in Brain Injury Rehabilitation from CARF International, the global leader in rehabilitation accreditation. CARF accreditation represents the highest level of accreditation that can be given to an organization and shows St.
St. Charles Hospital has partnered with the Village of Port Jefferson to co-host a free screening of nine short films from “Reel Abilities: NY Disabilities Film Festival,” on Friday, March 3, starting at 5PM in the Port Jefferson Village Center. Jennifer Semel, MD, medical director, Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, St.