The 288,000SF Petrocelli Surgical Pavilion will expand capabilities for Northwell Health cardiac, neurosurgery and transplant programs.
Northwell Health said that a new $560 million surgical tower being built at North Shore University Hospital in Manhasset has been completed. Called the Petrocelli Surgical Pavilion, the 288,000-square-foot tower has 18 operating rooms, including three hybrid rooms with advanced imaging, along with 132 intensive care rooms. Hybrid ORs combine traditional operating rooms with an image-guided interventional suite, allowing for highly complex, advanced surgical procedures.
“This is a proud moment for health care in the region. The Petrocelli Surgical Pavilion has been part of Northwell Health’s master plan for more than a decade,” said Michael Dowling, president and CEO of Northwell.
The surgical tower was made possible through multiple donors, including a significant gift from Attilio and Beverly Petrocelli, a Kings Point couple who have supported the health system through numerous development projects and programs at North Shore University Hospital and Cohen Children’s Medical Center in New Hyde Park.
“Beverly and I feel that giving back to our hospital is one of the best ways we can help our community,” said Mr. Petrocelli. “It is so gratifying to know that this new pavilion will provide lifesaving, exceptional care to so many patients.”