June 21, 2006
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New COO At Bridgehampton Bank
Howard H. Nolan has been appointed to the position of Senior Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer at The Bridgehampton National Bank. For the past six years Nolan served as the vice president of finance at Gentiva Health Services, the nation's largest home health services provider. He had previously worked at The Long Island Savings Bank. Nolan holds a B.A. in Business Administration from Dowling College and is certified in public accounting and fraud examination.
Lecture At Southampton Hospital
Southampton Hospital will sponsor a Health Insights lecture on wound care on Monday at 5:30 p.m. in the Parrish Memorial Hall. Dr. George Keckeisen, the medical director of the newly opened Center for Advanced Wound Healing at the hospital, will lecture on proven treatment options available for wounds resistant to healing. The lecture is free and open to the public; call 726-8700 for reservations.
New Board Members At Peconic Medical
The Peconic Bay Medical Center has new members on its Board of Directors and its Foundation, the organization seeking philanthropic support for PBMC. Dr. Richard Rubenstein, one of the founders of PBMC's Center for Bariatric Surgery, joined the Board of Directors in May. Joining the Foundation Board of Directors are Kenney Barra, the owner of The Inn at East Wind in Wading River, and Donald Carey, a vice president of First American Title Insurance Company of New York.
The PBMC's Center for Bariatric Surgery recently earned the designation "Center of Excellence" from the American Society for Bariatric Surgery. Bariatric surgery is a course of treatment to help morbidly obese people lose weight. The Center offers gastric banding and gastric bypass procedures.
Mulford Farm Antiques Show
The East Hampton Historical Society's 20th Annual Historic Mulford Farm Antiques Show and Sale will be held from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday. More than 85 antiques dealers will have their wares on view at the show, which will be held under tents on James Lane at Montauk Highway in East Hampton. The admission is $8. All profits will benefit the East Hampton Historical Society. For more information, call 537-0333.