South Nassau Communities Hospital One Healthy Way, Rockville Centre, NY11572 South Nassau Communities Hospital is an acute-care, non-profit teaching hospital. With more than 875 physicians, the…More hospital provides a large number of services, including mental health treatment, bariatric surgery and emergency and elective angioplasty. South Nassau is the only hospital in Long Island that provides non-invasive treatment of brain tumors with the Gamma Knife. In addition to its 433 beds, the hospital also has a number of outpatient specialty centers.
Terry Animal Hospital 3 Washington St, Rockville Centre, NY11570 Terry Animal Hospital has been in the Rockville Centre community for over three generations. This tight-knit team of…More veterinarians "offers their services daily in an effort to maintain your pet's hygiene and overall well-being." The team includes Dr. Paul Perrier, Dr. John Foy, Dr. Kimberly Ng, & Dr. Mike Funk. The Terry Animal Hospital also offers routine boarding and medical boarding.
Terry Animal Hospital & Dr. Funk have both been nominated for the 2nd consecutive year in their respective categories in Long Island Press' "Best of Long Island."
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Sunrise Animal Hospital 74 N Long Beach Rd, Rockville Centre, NY11570 Sunrise Animal Hospital has been helping the pets of Rockville Centre for over 50 years. Sunrise will take care of cats,…More dogs, rabbits, guinea pigs and more. It offers all major veterinary services.
Stuart R. Levine, M.D. 2000 N Village Ave, Rockville Centre, NY11570 Stuart R. Levine, MD, is a dermatologist located in the medical facility conveniently located behind Mercy Hospital. For…More more information, be sure to contact the office.
The chief veterinarian at Terry Animal Hospital since 1990, Dr. Perrier is the heart and soul of the clinic. Fellow…More staff members say he "is not only involved in every aspect of the hospital, but enjoys it as well." Dr. Perrier graduated from the Purdue School of Veterinary Medicine and was the top clinician and surgeon in his class.