Massapequa Cardiology, Primary Care, Podiatry, and Nutrition

Treating Massapequa 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 Massapequa 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.

Massapequa is a hamlet in the southern part of the Town of Oyster Bay in southeastern Nassau County, New York. As of the 2010 census, the CDP had a total population of 21,685. When the first Dutch settlers arrived on Long Island in 1636, there were approximately 13 Indian tribes or chief tancies comprised of several thousand native Americans. They lived in well defined areas and were known for their location. Thus the Merricock derived their name from their word for "bare land" while the Copiague for "place of shelter."

These Indian tribes, judging from the language and customs, were related to the northern Algonquin rather than to the Iroquois of the Hudson Valley. The Marsapeague - which means "great water land" took its name from the area of south central Nassau with its abundant fresh water springs. The Indians had friendly dealings with the settlers through the efforts of their chief, Sachem Tackapausha. In 1658, Tackapausha gave the settlers of Oyster Bay a deed to the Marsapeague meadowlands thus establishing a European presence in what was to become Massapequa Park. The park and museum on Merrick Road in Seaford are named for the Indian chief.

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