HRHCare opened its doors in 1975 and has since grown into a network of health centers serving communities throughout the Hudson Valley and Long Island. We are proudly accredited by the Joint Commission. Read more about our award-winning healthcare here. When you receive health services at HRHCare they are patient centered, which means everything we do revolves around you. We work hard to make sure all your needs are met. At HRHCare you choose your doctor or health care provider, which gives you the opportunity to build a relationship with your health care team for years to come. The Amenia Health Center joined the HRHCare family in 2001 and has been caring for the community ever since.
To increase access to comprehensive primary and preventive health care and to improve the health status of our community, especially for the underserved and vulnerable.
• Meeting the needs of each of our communities and improving the health of our patients.
• Providing affordable, compassionate care of the highest quality.
• Working with health care and social service partners to coordinate care in order to improve the patient experience, reduce costs, and improve population health.
• Providing access to comprehensive services that include primary care, preventive services, oral health care, behavioral health services, specialty services and care management.
Brentwood is a hamlet in the Town of Islip in Suffolk County, New York. As Islip approaches maturity, it remains a varied, beautiful and interesting place to live. Few suburbs encompass ocean beaches, sparkling bays, a beautiful lake, vistas of forest fields, canals and ponds, historic villages and innumerable architectural treasures.
Suffolk County is a hotspot for Long Island culture and art – who wouldn’t be inspired by the beaches and ocean views? View world-renowned works of art in local galleries, catch amazing off-Broadway theatre performances, tour fabulous historic mansions and enchanting gardens or just learn about the compelling stories behind Long Island’s history in our heritage museums. Get a glimpse of Suffolk County’s cultural centers and learn more about Long Island culture and creativity.
Suffolk County is known to have some of the best beaches in New York. In fact, Long Island has two beaches named number one in Dr. Beach's Top Ten Beaches list. Come experience the white sand and the sunshine, plus the countless number of activities and events going on all year round. You could go kayaking along the coastline, take a charter out to whale watch, relax on an entertainment cruise or just soak in the sun with a good book.
Being surrounded by award-winning dining and live entertainment, chances are you can’t get bored in Suffolk County. Hungry for good food from the best Long Island restaurants? Suffolk County features dozens of delicious dining options – from casual beach bars, and contemporary cafes and kosher delis to succulent steak houses, bistro brunches, and four-star historic dining establishments.
Known for their creative use of delicious local, seasonal ingredients and wines expertly handcrafted at our local wineries, Suffolk County restaurants are attractions unto themselves. From traditional comfort food in a casual family atmosphere to a romantic three-course dinner for two at a historic mansion or a relaxed dinner cruise, Suffolk County offers eclectic culinary options that will satisfy the most discriminating palates.
What kind of fun things are there to do with kids in Long Island’s Suffolk County? A virtual treasure trove of family-friendly attractions awaits the young and young at heart. From A-mazing to Z-lightful, enjoy amusement parks, dog-friendly parks, a state-of-the-art ball park, and more than two dozen other Suffolk County parks. Explore animal and vegetable farms, an aquarium, a planetarium, a wildlife park and two children’s petting zoos – just to name a few of our favorites.
Check out museums about fire houses, railroads, reptiles, Native Americans, whales and other marine life; cool off during the hot and humid summertime at a wonderful water park, and prepare to be scared (if you dare) at a “horrible” seasonal fun house.