Bon Secours Harbour View named Best of Suffolk

Published 10:30 pm Saturday, January 14, 2012

The Bon Secours Harbour View facility has been named Best of Suffolk for hospitals by the U.S. Commerce Association. It features an advanced imaging center, a surgery center, a 24-hour emergency department and more.

Bon Secours Health Center at Harbour View has been named one of the Best of Suffolk by the U.S. Commerce Association.

The medical center was selected by the group for its Best of Local Business award program in the medical and hospitals category for 2011.

“Since its opening in 1999, Bon Secours Harbour View has been consistently focused on ensuring that programs and services are providing our patients and their families with a high quality care experience,” said Joseph M. Oddis, CEO, Bon Secours Maryview Medical Center. “This award is another affirmation that our team is not only meeting, but exceeding those expectations.”

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Bon Secours Health Center at Harbour View is a department of Bon Secours Maryview Medical Center and was developed to meet the needs for the growing section of North Suffolk in 1999.

The center started with one building, making for 55,000 square feet, but now, it has about 160,000 square feet and several buildings.

Some of the key components of the center include an advanced imaging center with two MRI machines and two CT scan machines, a surgery center, a 24/7 emergency department, a center for colon and rectal diseases, a family practice and sports medicine location, a surgical weight loss center, a physical therapy location and many others.

USCA is a New York-based organization that aims to promote local business through public relations and marketing.

Through its Best of Local Business awards, USCA recognizes companies throughout the country that it believes have reached excellent marketing success within their communities and enrich the image of business through great service to customers.

The group determines the winner based on a variety of information it gathers itself as well as information provided by other parties.