In The News

Successful 2018 MS Walk

By Ryan Kane
May 23, 2018

Please join us in thanking our employee, Fran Lewandowski, whom raised $3,150 this year for Multiple Sclerosis. A total of thirty-four members signed up to represent SSNA at the 2018 MS Walk, which was the highest total since Fran has started fundraising. Over the past ten years of participating, South Shore has proudly raised over ... read more

Brookhaven Memorial Hospital Awarded

By editor
June 22, 2017

South Shore Neurologic Associates PC is  pleased to announce that we have now received the official American Stroke Association/ American Heart Association award at Brookhaven Hospital for 2017 – "GWTG-Stroke Gold Plus & Target: Stroke Elite Honor Roll Award”. Brookhaven Hospital is now has*elite* status amongst stroke centers. ... read more

Contact Your Provider Directly!

By editor
January 27, 2016

In order to enhance our phone system, please review our updated providers' extension list. You can dial these extensions at any time during the telephone greeting to leave a message for your doctor. Please make sure to speak clearly, leaving your first and last name, date of birth, and a return telephone number. We will ... read more

EEG Laboratory becomes accredited

By editor
September 25, 2015

The EEG Laboratory at South Shore Neurologic Associates in Patchogue, New York has been accredited by the EEG Laboratory Accreditation Board of ABRET (LAB-EEG). ABRET- Neurodiagnostic Credentialing and Accreditation is the credentialing board for EEG, Evoked Potential, Long Term Monitoring, Neurophysiologic Intraoperative Monitoring Technologists and Autonomic Testing Professionals. ABRET was organized in 1964 through a ... read more

Neuromodulation and Private Practice

By editor
May 11, 2015

In 2013 our very own Dr. Mark Gudesblatt interviewed with Neurology Reviews on the topic of Neuromodulation. For those of you that don't know, Neuromodulation is " a therapeutic alteration of activity either through stimulation or medication, both of which are introduced by implanted devices" according to the North American Neuromodulation Society.  South Shore Neurologic ... read more

South Side Hospital Awarded Stroke Award

By editor
May 8, 2015

  South Side Hospital Receives Get with the Guidelines Target Stroke Honor Roll-Elite Award Award demonstrates South Side Hospital commitment to quality care for stroke patients Bayshore, MAY, 2015 ― South Side Hospital has received the American Heart Association/American Stroke Association’s Get With The Guidelines®–Target: Stroke Honor Roll-Elite Quality Achievement Award at the association’s International ... read more

Huntington Study Group Site Approval

By editor
April 27, 2015

South Shore Neurologic Associates has been approved by the Huntington Study Group (HSG) Credentials Committee as a potential site for future research studies regarding Huntington’s Disease! “The Huntington Study Group (HSG) is a non-profit group of physicians and other health care providers from medical centers in the United States, Canada, Europe, Australia, New Zealand and ... read more

Patients' Choice Award

By editor
December 10, 2014

Our very own Dr. Myassar Zarif has been awarded a 2014 Patients' Choice Award by for his excellent patient care and overall nearly perfect reviews! We would like to take a moment to congratulate him and thank him for continuously striving to be the best healthcare provider he can be. ... read more

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By admin
August 18, 2014

The world of health care is changing at a very rapid rate and every now and then, new breakthroughs in the world of medicine and the medical products are emerging. This ensures that as a medical products consumer, you get all the benefits of maintaining good health. This is where PCD comes in and this ... read more

Mobility for Patients Confined to Chairs Made Possible By Argo Medical

By admin
July 30, 2014

There have been an array of developments with medical equipment allowing people with disabilities to participate in the world when they otherwise may not have been able to. When wheelchairs were first introduced they were large cumbersome devices. Since then, there have been many modifications and developments; turning them into specialized devices but still these ... read more