Renaissance School of Medicine at Stony Brook University has established affiliations with many institutions and agencies. These affiliates serve as major resources for the educational, research and clinical programs of the schools.
Nassau University Medical Center includes a 615-bed acute care facility integrated with a network of ambulatory primary care and specialty sites, and an 889-bed long-term care facility.
Veterans Affairs Medical Center at Northport is a full service facility currently operating 508 hospital beds with an additional 190 nursing home care beds.
Brookhaven National Laboratory Clinical Research, Medical Department is exclusively a component research institution of the Brookhaven National Laboratory and sponsors basic and applied research dedicated to the improvement of human health.
Southampton Hospital is a 125-bed -voluntary, not for profit facility. The Hospital offers a full continuum of ambulatory and inpatient services ranging from primary medical care to specialized surgical procedures, and is staffed by more than 230 physicians, dentists and allied health professionals representing 44 medical specialities.
Peconic Bay Medical Center is a 182-bed not-for-profit medical center, including a 60-bed Skilled Nursing and Rehabilitation Center, Peconic Bay Physical Therapy & Rehabilitation Center and Peconic Bay HomeHealth Services, a certified home health agency.