Beebe Healthcare broke ground on its planned South Coastal Health Campus which will include a freestanding Emergency Department and second cancer center on Route 17 in Millville on November 1. On an unseasonable warm fall afternoon, many Beebe team members, local community members, and supporters gathered for this celebratory moment to show their support for this significant forward progression.
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.
By: Thomas J. Protack, Vice President, Beebe Medical Foundation November 21, 2018 When I was young, sometimes I expressed disappointment with the overall results of my birthday or Christmas presents. My parents would often say, “it is better to give than receive.” As I have grown older, I do agree it is better to give than receive, but I must admit I still enjoy receiving thoughtful gifts around the holidays or my birthday.
Beebe leaders, team members, and supporters gathered near Millville on November 1 on the site which will be the future home of Beebe’s South Coastal Health Campus! This new campus on Route 17 will include a freestanding emergency department and a second location for Beebe’s comprehensive cancer center.
Beebe Healthcare is creating the next generation of care, starting with current construction to add needed cardiac and vascular space.
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.
Find out more about the Specialty Surgical Hospital planned for the Beebe Health Campus near Rehoboth Beach.
Read on to learn the latest on Beebe Healthcare’s Tunnell Cancer Center expansion plans in the South Coastal region.
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.
Lewes residents Victor and Lacy Letonoff decided to leave a legacy of love—an enduring legacy—to Beebe Healthcare by making a planned gift and providing support through their will. Ensuring that their local, not-for-profit healthcare system will continue to thrive and offer quality care to the community for generations to come is important to them.
Judy Aliquo, President & CEO of Beebe Medical Foundation, reflects on the changes and growth seen in our area, particularly reflected at Beebe Healthcare.
As we begin this New Year of opportunities in 2018, many of us will be asked, “What are you going to do in 2018 as a New Year’s resolution?”
Beebe team members know that to have the best work environment and provide the best patient experience, it all starts with love.
For years, Elinor Boyce had ongoing heart issues. Eventually, she needed to have surgery. She had a heart ablation and continued to work to manage her congestive heart failure. When Beebe Healthcare launched the Ornish Lifestyle Medicine program, Elinor knew she wanted to participate.
Ringing in the New Year on the second floor Women’s Health wing is always an exciting time. This year was no different as Beebe’s labor and delivery teams watched the clock to see who the first baby of the New Year would be.
Mark Facciolo, DO, and his wife, Gina Facciolo, DO, moved to Lewes mid-way through 2017. As trained physicians, they were excited to start practicing and learn more about the community.
When you ask Dr. Leo Eschbach, board certified obstetrics and gynecology physician, what he loves about his job, his answer is easy – the people and the community.
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.
Jeffrey Fried, FACHE, President & CEO of Beebe Healthcare, shares why he is thankful in advance of the holidays this year and why he believes in Beebe.
When the Honorable William Swain Lee had a heart attack during 2015, he didn’t panic because he knew he would receive quality care just 10 minutes down the road.