Peconic Bay Medical Center in Riverhead, part of Northwell Health, will unveil the new $67.8 million Corey Critical Care Pavilion and Kanas Regional Heart Center tomorrow.

Completed after three years of construction, the Corey Critical Care Pavilion is named in honor of Emilie Roy and Michael Corey, and includes a rooftop helipad, and a 16-bed intensive and cardiac care unit, PBMC said in a release. It is also the new, expanded home of the Kanas Regional Heart Center, which includes two cardiac catheterization laboratories, an electrophysiology suite and recovery rooms. The Kanas Regional Heart Center was made possible by the John and Elaine Kanas Family Foundation.

Working with Northwell Health Physician Partners’ local cardiology practices in Hampton Bays, Riverhead, Southampton and Wading River as well as Peconic Bay Medical Group to deliver coordinated, high-quality cardiac care for more than 250,000 East End residents, PBMC also features a cardiac rehabilitation program with the region’s largest staff of advanced cardiac life support-certified physical therapists and nurses.

The official unveiling will happen Friday at 3 p.m. at Peconic Bay Medical Center and will include officials such as Northwell President & CEO Michael Dowling, Peconic Bay Medical Center President & CEO Andrew J. Mitchell and local elected officials such as Rep. Lee Zeldin, Suffolk Legis. Al Krupski and Riverhead’s immediate past Town Supervisor Laura Jens Smith.