2024 Northwell Health Walk at East End

Join us on May 19, 2024

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The Northwell Health Walk at East End is on Sunday, May 19, 2024.

We’re excited to see you on Sunday, May 19. Check out all the fun and giveaways in store including: 
  • Join us for an inspiring opening ceremony and warm up featuring your fellow walkers, and a 2.5 mile walk through the picturesque vines of RGNY
  • Visit the Aflac photobooth and snap some photos with friends and family 
  • Sample cider from The Riverhead Ciderhouse and wine from RGNY
  • Live music from Points East Band and Make Some Noise DJ
  • Great food from Meats Meats, Turnurritos Tex Mex, Geenas Weenas and King Cone
  • Kids Zone with bounce house, slide, face painting, glitter tattoos and games
  • Beverages from Body Armor and snacks provided by Baldor and Walgreens

Funds from the Walk at East End will support Peconic Bay Medical Center's Breast Health Program and the new Center for Women and Infants.

Breast Health Program: Peconic Bay Medical Center (PBMC) wants patients to receive the highest quality care, close to home. Funds raised for the Walk will go toward expanding the Breast Health Program so PBMC can further develop and perform highly specialized breast health services for both women and men with breast cancer at any stage in their journey. PBMC aims to provide the most advanced breast care in the region, from the latest diagnostic procedures to the most innovative treatment options.

Center for Women and Infants: Peconic Bay Medical Center is committed to creating one facility where new mothers and their babies can stay together while they each receive the best possible health care. Funds from the Walk will support the expansion of a comprehensive Center for Women and Infants, including plans for a Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU), a postnatal care unit, and a state-of-the-art delivery unit – all in one place. Your support will ensure that new moms and babies in Eastern Suffolk County receive the care they need and the comfort of being close to one another.


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