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Brookhaven Memorial Hospital CEO Will Resign Position Next Spring

Sayville resident Thomas Ockers will serve in an advisory capacity after resigning as of March 31, 2013.

Brookhaven Memorial Hospital Medical Center President and CEO Thomas Ockers, a Sayville resident and graduate of Bayport-Blue Point High School, will step down from the position effective March 31, 2013.

According to a release, Ockers has held the position since 1991. Highlights of his tenure cited in the release include the construction of the Clare F. Rose Emergency, Trauma & Chest Pain Pavilion, having the hospital designated by the NYS Department of Health as an Area Trauma Center, the opening of a Stroke Center and a Women's Center.

Succeeding Ockers will be Richard T. Margulis, the current executive vice president and COO of the hospital.

Ockers will continue to serve as an advisor to the hospital after transitioning out of his current position. Ockers graduated from Bayport-Blue Point High School and has a Bachelor's and Master's degrees from Stony Brook University.

barbara clark November 17, 2012 at 03:00 AM
i am very upset with brookhaven hosp the worst hospital besides stonybrook hosp i went in for one thing and ended up with right arm thrombosis very painful and i have alot of followup reports at medihealth my arm is still killing me 3months later i will be fileing a complaint in the courts nerve damage in rigjt arm now the nurse hit a nerve i have fair skin surface veins in arm negligence pain and suffering i am crippled because of stonybrook hosp i dont need anymore pain


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