The 2017 Beebe Ball, hosted by Beebe Medical Foundation, raised more than $170,000 for Beebe’s Cardiac & Vascular Services. This annual event brings the community and the medical providers together to enjoy an evening of celebration and fundraising for healthcare services.
Dr. Mayer Katz joined Beebe in 1990 to establish the vascular surgery program. In his nearly 30 years at Beebe, Dr. Katz has made a tremendous impact on the cardiac and vascular service line, on the medical field, and in the community.
The historical significance of the Lewes campus – founded in 1916 by physician brothers Dr. James Beebe and Dr. Richard C. Beebe – is not lost on anyone, including the leaders of Beebe Healthcare today.
Erik Stancofski, MD, was always fascinated by the human body and even as a child in Beirut, Lebanon, thought he would like to go into medicine.
Following his college and medical school education, he accepted a residency at St. Agnes in the Baltimore area. While working at St. Agnes, he and his wife traveled to the Lewes and Rehoboth Beach area and fell in love with the beach and the community.
Learn more about Barry Hamp, his perspective on the significance of the expansion of the Tunnell Cancer Center, the thought and inspiration behind it, and what it means for its patients and the community.
Beebe Healthcare has announced plans for a new $180 million healthcare facility at their campus in Lewes.
The announcement, billed as historic, was made at the Margeret H. Rollins School of Nursing in Lewes on Friday afternoon. With a price-tag of $180 million, the Margeret H. Rollins Pavilion will feature four levels, over 200 private rooms, in order to enlarge the healthcare campus and services.
This new 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