Syosset Hospital became a member of the health system in 1995, prior to the merger with Long Island Jewish Medical Center. Syosset provides medical care and advanced technical services performed by skilled, compassionate professionals and support staff trained and certified in the latest medical procedures. It also has a strong commitment to community health. Its 136 beds include a well-equipped special care unit and a psychiatric wing. The Emergency Department treats more than 15,000 patients each year and has a trauma unit and eight treatment beds.
The radiology department has the most advanced high-speed CAT scan technology available. The Abdullah Mishrick, MD state of the art surgical suite performs advanced laparoscopic and general surgery procedures. In addition, Syosset is home to the Center of Excellence for Bariatric Surgery as well as for Orthopaedics.
More than 45,000 local residents receive the hospital's community newsletter on health care developments and hospital services. Membership in local service organizations, joint activities with schools and other important community organizations, sponsorship of health fairs and screenings, and patient education programs make Syosset a vital institution service the residents of the community in the best possible way. More than jus a place to heal, it is a true resource for community well-being.