Important Community Vaccine Information:

Last week we were very excited to begin vaccinating our community members and neighbors. Following New York State Department of Health (NYSDOH) directives we began with Group1a. Knowing the dangers of what we face every day with COVID-19, we couldn’t be prouder to help protect our community by administering these vaccines. With the announcement of the approval of administering to Group 1B, we immediately placed an order for more vaccines. We are currently awaiting delivery of that order. We have a plan in place to bring our guests in safely following all COVID safety protocols. We have an amazing team of clinical professionals ready to vaccinate and are looking to partner with our incredible EMS partners to enhance our team and keep the process flowing smoothly. Our courageous employees and EMS working together throughout this pandemic has been beautiful to witness and has saved lives. We know that will continue. We have also heard from trusted community physicians that they are willing to jump in and help administer vaccines with us. The spirit of volunteerism is alive and well and we are thankful for their commitment. This allows us to plan for even more in a timely manner.

We are also extremely proud to report that we did not waste a single vaccine dose. We were able to administer all of our initial doses to our LI Community Hospital Courageous Hearts as well as healthcare workers in group 1a. We will continue to prioritize vaccine doses for those group members as we progress.

Please keep your eye on the NYS DOH website for appointments as they become available and we will be sure to post here when we have further updates.

Thank you. Stay safe and get ready for your vaccine to come!

Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic we have dedicated ourselves to keeping you safe and want you to know that our heroes are here for you.

As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic we realize many of you have had to place your health needs on pause and may have avoided seeking treatment for emergent conditions or injuries. Now there is no need to put your health and well-being on hold. At Long Island Community Hospital, you can take comfort in knowing our heroes are here for you.
From our Emergency Department Express Care to our COVID-free Ambulatory Surgical Pavilion and Knapp Cardiac Care Center, our hospital is a safe place for you to get the care you need including superior same-day elective surgical care, procedures and outpatient services. Click here for a full list of services.
We have also taken every precaution to ensure that our Emergency Department is safe and ready to deliver the highest level of quality care for trauma and emergent conditions.

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Visitor Policy

Long Island Community Hospital cares about our community and our employees. Please follow our new temporary guidelines for visiting the hospital.

We understand you care about your loved ones and we will do our best to keep the lines of communication open. However, to keep everyone safe, at this time we can no longer allow visitors in our hospital.

For More Information Please Call 631.654.7100.

If You Have Cold or Flu-like Symptoms

If you are experiencing typical cold or flu-like symptoms including a fever or cough, please contact your primary care physician. If you do not have a primary care physician, you can call our MyHealth Long Island Primary Care Centers at 631.694.3258.  They will be happy to help you. If these symptoms feel like they are worse than your typical cold or flu, or you are having difficulty breathing please seek immediate care at your nearest emergency department or call 911.

Our Plan to Keep You Safe

As a patient or family member here at Long Island Community Hospital you can take comfort in knowing that our care team is fully prepared to care for patients during the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic and has a plan to keep you safe.

Front Line Staff Donations:   Anyone wishing to donate meals to our front line workers please email or call 631.687.2900 to make appropriate arrangements.

Resources For Our Community

Find out more from these local resources

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Suffolk County Department of Fire, Rescue, and Emergency Services