Nassau University Medical Center (NUMC), a 530-bed tertiary care teaching hospital and Level I Trauma Center, has been a pillar of the community for 85 years. Of those, 60 have been dedicated to medical education.
With 12 ORs, NUMC has extensive medical and surgical capabilities. In addition to its affiliation with the growing Northwell Health System, it is creating onsite partnerships with some of the region’s top specialists. The hospital provides a wide range of medical and surgical services and treats some of the area’s most critically ill patients.
Nassau County on Long Island is close to both NYC and some of the world’s most beautiful beaches. Farms and ocean mean fresh veggies and seafood. Beachgoers, surfers, boaters, golfers, runners and hikers love this wonderful, vibrant and family-friendly community. If you want to experience all four seasons, Nassau County is right for you.
Wine aficionados and novices flock to the North Fork’s vineyards. Music lovers enjoy outdoor and indoor concerts by the community’s very own Billy Joel, among other great music legends who play at popular venues. And, there a professional sports team to satisfy every fan’s taste. Th LI Railroad means Manhattan and all it has to offer is a mere train ride away.
Long Island is home to some of New York State’s finest school systems and was the backdrop for F. Scott Fitzgerald’s The Great Gatsby. If you travel, you’ll enjoy living close to all major NY airports.
Long Island is interesting because it is geographically part of the Mid-Atlantic, however many towns and hamlets along the island’s north shore and in eastern Suffolk County, such as Oyster Bay, Port Jefferson and Sag Harbor seem to resemble New England towns, while many of the towns and hamlets along the south shore, such as Long Beach, Valley Stream, and Babylon seem to resemble Mid-Atlantic coastal communities, especially those on the shore between New Jersey and Virginia.
The Montauk Lighthouse, an iconic image synonymous with Long Island, NY.