About Us

Eastern Long Island Hospital is a 90-bed, full-service, community hospital committed to delivering excellence in patient care and meeting all the health needs of the North Fork and Shelter Island. Established in 1905, Eastern Long Island Hospital is Suffolk County's first voluntary hospital and boasts a reputation for combining advanced technology with 'compassionate caring' and extraordinary personal attention.

Mission: "Eastern Long Island Hospital provides essential healthcare services to the communities of the North Fork and Shelter Island and critical access to specialized services."

Vision: To be a regional leader in healthcare, committed to an East End healthcare system that ensures excellence, compassion, education, and improved health of the community.

Eastern Long Island Hospital

Contact US

201 Manor Place
Greenport, NY 11944
(631) 477-1000 

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Hospital Management

Mr. Paul J. Connor, CEO and President

 

Hospital Personnel

Susan Apicello
Assistant Vice President, Administration

Cathy Sepko, RN
Charge Nurse, Medical Surgical Unit

Janet Jackowski, LMSW,
CASAC
Behavioral Health Supervisor

D. Patricia Pispisa
Vice President Patient Care Services

 
 

Ray Krupski, RPh
Director of Pharmacy

Susan Apicello, Theresa Glass,
Ray Krupski, D. Patricia Pispisa,
Janet Jackowski, Cathy Sepko

Theresa Glass, RN, MS CCRN
Director of Clinical Services & Staff
Development

 

 

Satisfied Patients North Fork Residents

Jamie Mills
Greenport
Capt. Joe Frohnhoefer
Southold
Philip Goldman
Southold
Shawn Widmyer-Natale
Southold
Bob Mills
Greenport

 

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