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Meet Tom Protack, new President of the Beebe Medical Foundation

Tom Protack will take over as President of the Beebe Medical Foundation starting in January 2020, following the retirement of Judy Aliquo, and the announcement of the historic $45.4 million raised during “I Believe in Beebe Campaign.” He says he is excited and honored to have this opportunity.

2019-12-13T16:39:31+00:00Dec. 9|

Giving Thanks: A Message from Rick Schaffner

During this holiday season, as I reflect on the many blessings of Beebe Healthcare, first and foremost, I want to say thank you to the excellent team members I am privileged to work with who provide excellent and compassionate care each and every day.

2019-12-06T18:33:03+00:00Nov. 26|

Giving Tuesday: A Thank You from Beebe Medical Foundation

During this giving season, the Beebe Medical Foundation thanks the community for all of the generous support that is helping Beebe Healthcare in Creating the Next Generation of Care.

Without you, we could not be where we are today, so here are a few updates on how you are making a difference in our community.

2019-11-07T20:34:57+00:00Nov. 7|

Beebe a Top Performer in LGBTQ Healthcare Equality

Beebe Healthcare was recently recognized as a top performer when it comes to providing inclusive and equitable care for LGBTQ patients, visitors, and employees.

The efforts to continue making Beebe Healthcare a safe and inclusive organization are led by the Inclusion and Diversity team.

2019-10-15T18:18:41+00:00Oct. 3|

Jean & Joan Golf Tournament Celebrates 20 Years of Survivorship, Benevolence

One of Sussex County’s longest running charity golf tournament will turn 20 this September.

For the founders and countless volunteers who have helped the Jean & Joan Cancer Fund Golf Tournament grow from humble beginnings, it’s another benchmark for the group that has raised more than $550,000 for Beebe Healthcare’s Robert & Eolyne Tunnell Cancer Center since 2000.

“A lot of the local community supported us from the very start,” said Jim Martin, who helped found the tournament in memory of his wife, Joan. “Our first tournament in 2000, we had 124 golfers and were able to contribute $21,000.”

2019-09-19T17:49:44+00:00Sep. 5|
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