Commack Cardiology, Primary Care, Podiatry, and Nutrition

Treating Commack Patients Since 2005

The knowledgeable staff at Heart and Health Medical PLLC in North Babylon NY provides personalized attention and excellence in family medicine, podiatry, and cardiovascular care to fit the needs of each patient. Our cardiologist, podiatrist, and family physicians can see to all of your health care needs. Heart and Health Medical delivers comprehensive and compassionate health care to patients all across Long Island.

The practice administers Carotid Doppler, Echocardiogram, Radiation Free and Nuclear Stress Testing, Holter and Event Monitoring, Metabolic Testing, and Peripheral Vascular Studies in each of our three convenient offices across Long Island, including North Babylon, New York, Middle Island, New York, and Plainview, New York.

Heart and Health Medical works along with your primary care physician to help care for your heart and your overall well-being for a longer and healthier life. Heart and Health Medical has won the Patient Choice Award in 2008, 2009 and 2010. Dr. Kavesteen is recognized as a “Leading Physician of the World” and the “Top Cardiologist in Babylon, NY” by the International Association of Cardiologists, and as “One of America’s Top Cardiologists 2010” by the Consumer’s Research Council of America.

We service the community of Commack at our office in North Babylon, New York on Long Island. Our doctors are all Board Certified in their respective fields, including Internal Medicine, Family Medicine, Cardiology, and Podiatry.

Commack is a census-designated place that roughly corresponds to the hamlet by the same name in the towns of Huntington and Smithtown in Suffolk County, New York, United States on Long Island. The CDP's population was 36,124 at the 2010 census.

Commack is home to the oldest Methodist Church building in New York state, the Commack Methodist Church, built in 1789 as the Comac Church. It is one of the oldest buildings in Commack.

The New York Nets, later the New Jersey Nets, now the Brooklyn Nets, played its second season (1968–69) at the Long Island Arena in Commack. Musician Peter Frampton recorded some tracks on the album Frampton Comes Alive! at a concert at the arena. The Eastern Hockey League's Long Island Ducks also played there. The arena, demolished in 1996, is now the site of a shopping center that includes Sports Authority and Target stores.

Central Long Island: La Grande Place 1350 Deer Park Avenue North Babylon, NY 11703 | Phone: 631-482-1355