VIDEO: Thankful, Transformational, and Thanksgiving

Beebe Medical Foundation President and CEO Judy Aliquo (pictured with Vice President of Development Tom Protack and Board Chair Tommy Cooper) reminds us why it’s important to be thankful for Beebe’s role in advancing health and wellbeing in Sussex County.

2017-11-29T03:17:15+00:00 Nov. 20|

Rehoboth Jazz Festival Pledges $100,000 to Beebe Healthcare’s Tunnell Cancer Center over Next Five Years

The Delaware Celebration of Jazz, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, which produces the Rehoboth Beach Jazz Festival has supported Tunnell Cancer Center for many years, and to date has raised more than $77,000. This year the Board of Directors announced a 5-year, $100,000 pledge for Tunnell Cancer Center. This will support plans for a new cancer center in Millville, which is part of Beebe Healthcare’s capital campaign. At the Jazz Festival, the Beebe Medical Foundation unveiled a new method for guests to make direct gifts in a convenient way via texting for people wanting to show their support. The

2017-11-16T19:33:15+00:00 Nov. 1|

Barry Hamp Named Executive Director of Beebe Healthcare’s Tunnell Cancer Center

Beebe Healthcare is proud to announce that Barry Hamp, BS, MBA, has been named executive director of Beebe Healthcare’s Oncology Service Line at Tunnell Cancer Center. Mr. Hamp previously served as the interim executive director.

Mr. Hamp has extensive senior-level administrative and management expertise in clinical and non-clinical operations. He has experience with physician relations and integration, design and development of hospital construction and existing space re-design. Mr. Hamp previously served as the interim director of Oncology Services at Northern Arizona Healthcare. As the senior vice president at Cancer

2017-11-14T18:44:22+00:00 Oct. 23|

Beebe announces $180M expansion, to include Millville area

Beebe Healthcare’s Board of Directors earlier this month approved a proposal for a comprehensive expansion of the system over the next several years. The $180 million expansion will touch three communities — Lewes, Rehoboth Beach and Millville.

On Route 17, the Beebe Healthcare — a not-for-profit community healthcare system — will construct a long-anticipated year-round freestanding emergency department, as well as a comprehensive satellite facility of Beebe’s Tunnell Cancer Center that will include the ability to deliver radiation and chemotherapy treatment.

“The free-standing emergency department will have 22 treatment bays and will be open year-round, 24-hours a day,” said Patricia W. Matsko,

2017-11-16T19:49:10+00:00 Jun. 23|

Beebe Healthcare Board Approves $180 Million System Expansion: Health system to build facilities and expand services at sites in Lewes, Rehoboth and Millville

Beebe Healthcare announced on June 7 that its Board of Directors has approved management’s proposal for a comprehensive expansion of the system over the next several years. This expansion will include both new facilities and new services on three campuses as Beebe Healthcare works to meet the needs of the growing region. Construction on the first phase of the expansion is expected to begin as early as the fall of 2018.

Beebe Expansion infograph“Our community is an attractive place to live and keeps growing. Beebe remains committed to expanding with it and to meeting the

2017-11-20T19:18:37+00:00 Jun. 9|

Beebe looks to the future; Officials to reveal revised expansion plan in June

In the 22 years Jeffrey Fried has led Beebe Healthcare, the Cape Region landscape has changed significantly.

Growth in Sussex County has exploded. Farm fields are now full of houses, many second homes to those who live upstate or out of state. But when part-time residents retire and move to the area, they put more stress on the healthcare system.

“Most of the growth is people who’ve moved here from some other area and retired,” said Fried, Beebe’s president and CEO.

2017-11-16T20:08:31+00:00 May. 30|