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|

Beebe Believer: Sean Ryan, MD

Vascular surgeon Sean Ryan, MD, began his career with Beebe Healthcare three years ago, joining the esteemed Dr. Mayer Katz at his practice, Beebe Vascular. Dr. Ryan says he was drawn to vascular surgery because of its complexity and the opportunity to develop long-term relationships with his patients, who are often grateful to reclaim a sense of normalcy.

2018-11-26T13:55:20+00:00 Nov. 19|

Paving the Way for Future Technology

Beebe Healthcare has been a part of the Lewes area community for more than 100 years. Since the founding of the healthcare system, the physicians and care providers with Beebe have aimed to provide the highest quality, reliable care for our patients and community.

With the launch of Beebe Healthcare’s Center for Robotic Surgery, leaders are paving the way for the future, with advanced technology and well-trained, experienced team members who are now providing robotically assisted cardiothoracic surgery options.

2018-09-12T16:45:21+00:00 Sep. 12|

Back in the Game Again: Celebrating Extraordinary Orthopaedic Care from Dr. Patrick Kane [VIDEO]

Playing football is a rough sport – and not for the faint of heart. But for Jack Dennis, a 17 year-old, 6-foot, 6-inch athlete, who recently moved to the Delmarva area from Baltimore, Maryland, it is his passion. Jack has played football as well as lacrosse and basketball since he was six. He is a driven and committed athlete, in addition to being an honor roll student who hopes to play sports in college. 

2018-07-13T16:43:13+00:00 Jun. 8|

What He Thought Was a Tick Bite Ended Up Being Cancer

It was the middle of the night when Warren Baker awoke to an itch on his leg. As he itched it, he felt what he thought was a tick. He instinctively held the tick in place and headed to the bathroom to remove it. When he got to the bathroom and inspected his leg, he found it wasn’t a tick, but it was more of a small lump under the skin.

2018-07-13T16:43:54+00:00 May. 11|
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