Rachel Mavity2019-08-07T15:12:02+00:00Aug. 7|
Cheryl Graf, director of employment and organizational development at Beebe, says she could not imagine working anywhere else because of the great team here at Beebe.
“I love getting to meet new people and work with [team members] to help them advance their careers,” Cheryl said. “It’s very rewarding and we have a great team here.”
Loretta Ostroski, Director of Patient Care Services, loves her job at Beebe and the community. As a Delaware native, Loretta is proud of the care provided at Beebe and proud of the team she considers family.
When you first meet John Marchetti, you realize he is a man of intention and purpose. In 1989, when the Berlin Wall was “torn down,” John was working for the Department of Energy (DOE) Office of National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA). He was assigned the daunting duty of initiating and overseeing the Pollution Prevention Program for NNSA’s Production Plants and National Labs.
When Jamie Dickerson was in nursing school, she was visiting her grandfather at Beebe’s Lewes Campus. She noticed the kindness and compassion shown by all the Beebe team members her family interacted with during that time, so when she finished nursing school, Beebe was the first place she applied.
Beebe Healthcare’s Lewes campus is evolving so stay up-to-date on what you’ll see in the future.
As the signs of spring begin to brighten Lewes, so too does the transformation of Beebe Healthcare’s Margaret H. Rollins Lewes Campus.
The swift demolition of the white medical office buildings on the corner of Savannah Road and Fourth Street in February is one of the most noticeable steps toward Beebe’s renovation of the campus.