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Posted on: June 15, 2022

Supervisor Romaine and Councilman LaValle Attend Groundbreaking at Catholic Health’s New Ambulatory

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Farmingville, NY – -NY - On June 13, Supervisor Ed Romaine and Councilman Kevin LaValle participated in the groundbreaking ceremony of Catholic Health Ambulatory & Urgent Care at Centereach. The multi-specialty practice featuring primary care, women’s health, behavioral health, cardiology, neurosciences and orthopedics and several other services. As a not-for-profit, mission-based organization, Catholic Health is continuing the work of those who founded hospitals, skilled nursing facilities and other Long Island agencies reaching back more than a century. They offer blood drives, free wellness seminars, support groups and other community health-related events and programs year-round. For more information about Catholic Health, go to or call (866) MY-LI-DOC (866-372-1990).

Pictured left to right are Father Kevin Creagh, Senior Vice President for Catholic Health Mission Integration; Diane Cadullo, President, Centereach Civic Association; Dr. Avni Thakore, President, Catholic Health Physician Partners; Dr. Patrick O’Shaughnessy, President and CEO, Catholic Health; Lenore Paprocky, President, The Greater Middle Country Chamber of Commerce; Dr. Gregson Pigott, Commissioner, Suffolk County Dept. of Health Services; Suffolk County Legislator Nick Caracappa; Gina Coletti, Co-Chair, Suffolk County Alliance of Chambers; Councilman Kevin LaValle, Brookhaven and Supervisor Ed Romaine.

Catholic Health groundbreaking on new ambulatory and urgent care center

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