Ask the Expert Library / Publications
At Stony Brook Medicine, we believe better information contributes to better health. That is why our commitment to helping to keep you well includes helping to keep you well informed. One of the key ways we support the health and well being of Suffolk County residents is by sharing health information through our publications and web resources..
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Ask the Expert Library
Looking for health information from a source you can trust? At Stony Brook Medicine, we can help.
Expert insight on a broad range of health topics is available through Stony Brook's Ask the Expert Library. Our growing online library of health-related articles, podcasts, and videos features well-regarded experts in the field – that is, Stony Brook's esteemed physicians, faculty, and staff.
Our Ask the Expert Library complements the broad array of classes, seminars, support groups, and other education resources available through our Community Health Promotion programs. For a calendar of activities, click here.
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Facts & Stats
If you're looking for a "quick guide" to the many programs and services at Stony Brook Medicine, check out Facts & Stats. In it you will find information about performance initiatives, community connections, awards, and more. Also listed are Hospital annual statistics, including such things as the number of Emergency Department visits, surgeries, imaging studies, employees, and research expenditures.
Cancer Care Program 2012 Annual Report
Stony Brook's Cancer Care Program 2012 Annual Report is a valuable resource for acquainting yourself with some of the best ideas in oncology and how our cancer program incorporates them. This publication provides updates on each of Stony Brook's cancer services, disease management teams, and departments. Also included are highlights of the year's research breakthroughs, pioneering procedures, new treatment protocols, advances in technology and ongoing patient support and advocacy. Special reports on selected disease sites also are provided, in addition to annual diagnostic statistics and contacts.
To view the Cancer Care Program 2012 Annual Report, click on this PDF file.
To order a hard copy of the report, please call HealthConnect at (631) 444-4000.