Catholic Health Services

Catholic Health is an integrated system encompassing some of the region’s finest health and human services agencies. The health system has nearly 16,000 employees, six acute care hospitals, three nursing homes, a home health service, hospice and a network of physician practices.

Under the sponsorship of the Diocese of Rockville Centre, Catholic Health serves hundreds of thousands of Long Islanders each year, providing care that extends from the beginning of life to helping people live their final years in comfort, grace and dignity.

Family and Personal Counseling

Family & Personal Counseling is available right now for you and your company. We accept most insurance plans and have day, evening, weekend and same day appointments. Pre-register your company with FPC and you will offer your employees the comfort of knowing that we accept your company plan. We have five locations – Bohemia, East Islip, Levittown, Maspeth and St. James —  all with comfortable, private, home-like offices. Our leading group of therapists, hand selected by founder and Licensed Mental Health Counselor, Author and National Speaker, Ron Villano, will help you work though life’s challenges right from the start.  Our staff handles the issues that you face — from anxiety, depression, relationship and family issues to even smoking cessation, weight loss, and hypnosis.  Individual, family or group – we help you discover how to Embrace the Power of Change in your life with unparalleled expertise and a personal approach.


Gurwin Family of Healthcare Services

Healthcare Continuum for Older Adults including: Short-Term Rehab, Long-Term Skilled Nursing Care, Memory Care, Respiratory & Ventilator Care, Adult Day Health Program, Social Adult Day Program, Dialysis & Infusion Therapy, Assisted Living Community, and Proposed Independent Living Community.

Long Island Select Healthcare, Inc

To provide primary and preventative healthcare services to residents of specific areas of Suffolk County with a focus on low income, medically unserved and underserved individuals.