(RIVERHEAD, NY – March 18, 2016) Peconic Bay Medical Center’s Cancer Services Program will be the recipient of quarterly donations from Suffolk Cement Precast, Inc to help benefit cancer patients who utilize The Cancer Services Program of Suffolk County.
Suffolk Cement Precast’s recent purchase of a new truck for deliveries is dedicated to those who have lost the fight with cancer and those who continue to fight. Suffolk Cement Precast, Inc. has been a family run business for more than 70 years. Suffolk Cement Precast is based in Calverton, NY and for 3 generations the Lohr family has been supplying Long Islanders with commercial and residential cement product needs.
“We will donate 5% of the delivery charges made with this truck to the fight against cancer,” said Shay Lohr, Owner of Suffolk Cement Precast. “We want to keep our donations local and we are happy to know it’s going to a program that offers the resources needed from screening to surgeries, to help save the lives of people throughout Suffolk County.”
Cancer Services Program of Suffolk County assists more than 2,000 people with access to cancer screening services and provides support for more than 45 men and women who are diagnosed with cancer annually. The donations will be used to support patients during their cancer treatment. “This support will help men and women through a very difficult time in their life and is vital in helping us ensure that people have all the support necessary to fight, prevent or survive cancer,” said Maureen O’Connor, Director of The Cancer Services Program of Suffolk County.
To join Suffolk Cement Precast and the Lohr Family in support of the fight against cancer, please call PBMC Foundation (631-548-6080) for a list of sponsorship opportunities of the 2016 Garden Festival to benefit the Cancer Services Program or visit https://pbmcfoundation.thankyou4caring.org/garden-sponsorships-2015.
About PBMC Health -PBMC Health is a comprehensive continuum of care focused on serving the full range of health and wellness needs of the people of Suffolk County. Anchored by Peconic Bay Medical Center, the continuum includes Urgent and Walk-In Care services at locations throughout our service area; Peconic Bay Home Health Services, serving all of Suffolk County; Peconic Bay Skilled Nursing & Rehabilitation, located in Riverhead; Peconic Bay Outpatient Physical Therapy, located in Riverhead; Peconic Bay Primary & Family Care Practices, with offices in Center Moriches, Hampton Bays, Manorville, Mattituck, Riverhead, Shoreham and Westhampton Beach; and a range of primary care, diagnostic and specialist services at the Gertrude and Louis Feil Campus for Ambulatory Care in Manorville. For more information, visit www.pbmchealth.org
About Peconic Bay Medical Center -Peconic Bay Medical Center is a non-profit medical facility committed to providing exceptional care and improving the health of the communities it serves. Peconic Bay Medical Center offers wide ranging, full-scope services and programs along with state-of-the-art technology. Peconic Bay Medical Center and PBMC Health officially joined Northwell Health, formerly North Shore-LIJ becoming the East End’s hub for the world-class resources of New York’s largest health care system. For more information, visit www.pbmchealth.org
About Northwell Health - Northwell Health is New York State's largest health care provider and private employer. With 21 hospitals and nearly 450 outpatient practices, we serve 8 million people in the metro New York and beyond. Our 61,000 employees work to change health care for the better. We're making breakthroughs in medicine at the Feinstein Institute. We're training the next generation of medical professionals at the visionary Hofstra Northwell School of Medicine and the School of Graduate Nursing and Physician Assistant Studies. And we offer health insurance through CareConnect. For information on our services in more than 100 medical specialties, visit www.northwell.com
About Cancer Services Program of Suffolk County - The Cancer Services Program of Suffolk County aims to decrease rates of cancer and cancer mortality for uninsured people of Long Island. Their mission is to provide breast, cervical and colorectal cancer education, screening and treatment services with compassion and respect for uninsured people of Suffolk County