| Non-profit hospital|
New York, United States
| 51-15 Beach Channel Drive, Far Rockaway, NY, United States|
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Peninsula Hospital Center (PHC), formerly known as Peninsula General Hospital, was a community hospital in the Far Rockaway neighborhood of Queens, New York. PHC, founded in 1908, was an affiliate of the MediSys Health Network at the time of its closure.
PHC ran a 173-bed acute care community teaching hospital campus, and a 200-bed long-term care and rehabilitation center, serving the communities of the Rockaways, the Five Towns of Nassau County and parts of Queens and Brooklyn. The hospital closed in 2012.
Since 2014 the facility has been known as Peninsula Nursing and Rehabilitation Center operated by Cassena Care.
Peninsula Hospital Center Wikipedia
PHC offered the following medical services:Ambulatory Surgery
Traumatic Brain Injury Care
Medical staff residency training records and Verifications have become available through the Federation Credentials Verification Service (FCVS) Closed Residency program records.
Nursing Home: Attached to the hospital is a 200-bed facility known as the Peninsula Center for Extended Care and Rehabilitation (PCECR).
Family Health Center: This facility offered comprehensive outpatient care for all ages.