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Commentary: Beebe provided extraordinary care for my wife

Submitted to the Cape Gazette by Chuck Mowll

Beebe Healthcare didn’t save my wife. No hospital in the world could have. A few weeks before Christmas, my wife Darlene lost her appetite to eat, began experiencing stomach pains and cramps, and lost 14 pounds. On Dec. 26, I took her to the Beebe Healthcare Emergency Room where she immediately received a CT scan and was diagnosed with Stage IV Metastatic Liver Cancer. Ten days later she was dead. She had just celebrated her 64th birthday Dec. 20.

Chuck and Darlene Mowll Chuck and Darlene Mowll

2019-01-29T19:56:55+00:00 Jan. 29|

Beebe Healthcare Board of Directors Welcomes Three New Members

Beebe Healthcare today announced the appointment of three new members to its board of directors: Christian Hudson, Andrew Dahlke, MD, and Mouhanad Freih, MD. Beebe also thanks outgoing board members Tommy Cooper, James Marvel, MD, and Paul Mylander. Mr. Mylander has been elected board member emeritus in recognition of his 15 years of service on the board. He is only the fourth board member in Beebe’s history to be recognized with board member emeritus status.

Read more: https://www.beebehealthcare.org/news/awards-accreditations-accolades/beebe-healthcare-board-directors-welcomes-three-new-members

2019-01-29T19:40:27+00:00 Jan. 29|

Episode 2: Beebe Medical Foundation, Our Philanthropic Arm

In Episode 2 of the Creating the Next Generation of Care Web Series, Dr. Jeff Hawtof sits down with Judy Aliquo, President & CEO of Beebe Medical Foundation to talk about the history and the future of the not-for-profit healthcare system which, through Beebe Medical Foundation, is embarking on its largest fundraising campaign to date.

2019-01-22T21:42:41+00:00 Jan. 8|

How A Holiday Rollover Can Be a Great Way to Give

Thinking of giving to Beebe Healthcare this holiday season? One of the most popular ways to give to is an IRA charitable rollover. This is a wonderful way to planning your giving for those with a traditional IRA who are 70 ½ years and older and must now take a Required Minimum Distribution from their IRA.

2018-12-18T21:20:46+00:00 Dec. 18|

Giving Back is the Greatest Gift of All

Winston Churchill famously said, “You make a living by what you get. You make a life by what you give.”

This message is at the crux of who we are as humans. It speaks to the community mindedness that we have as humans – even when some of those old traditions of giving back may seem to have disappeared.

At Beebe Healthcare, we are fortunate to have volunteers who help us in many facets of what we do. From the surgery center to sitting with patients at the Margaret H. Rollins Lewes Campus to selling crafts and managing the Beebe Treasure Chest

2018-12-18T19:21:12+00:00 Dec. 18|

Welcoming Dr. Sandeep Khehra to Beebe Wound Healing

Beebe Wound Healing has a new podiatrist on its team – Sandeep Khehra, DPM.

Dr. Khehra is working with patients who have ongoing wound issues. She has a special interest in diabetic foot wounds, which can often be the hardest to heal.

“I am excited to work with the team here at Beebe Wound Healing because there are many innovative treatments that we are using now to better heal injuries,” Dr. Khehra said.

2018-12-20T16:13:33+00:00 Dec. 18|

VIDEO TOUR: New Physical Rehab Center at Lighthouse Plaza

Recently, Beebe Physical Rehabilitation Services opened a new location – the Physical Rehabilitation Center at Lighthouse Plaza.

This new space features a multi-purpose room for seminars and events, private therapy rooms for lymphedema management, speech pathology, and physical therapy. In addition, occupational therapy patients can work on their skills in a kitchenette setting.

2018-12-18T20:55:09+00:00 Dec. 18|

Innovative Technology Means Shorter Hospital Stays

“It is amazing to me that Beebe is able to bring such innovative technology to the community,” says Charley Senick as he reflects on the surgery he had at Beebe’s Center for Robotic Surgery.

The surgery, which removed one-third of Charley’s lung, was performed by Kurt Wehberg, MD, board certified and fellowship trained cardiothoracic surgeon with Beebe Cardiothoracic Surgery. Dr Wehberg is also Chief of Robotics and Vice President of Clinical Innovation at Beebe.

2018-11-19T17:05:33+00:00 Nov. 19|
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