Andrew Dahlke, MD, a radiologist and president-elect for the Medical Society of Delaware, has been working with Beebe Healthcare for 20 years and in that time he has seen the passion that goes into improving patient care.
When Kristen Rahn, Nurse Manager of Radiation Oncology, started at Beebe 19 years ago, the Tunnell Cancer Center on Route 24 near Rehoboth Beach had not been built yet. “We were seeing our oncology patients at the Lewes Campus and I remember we had such high volumes that we were scheduling patients from 6:30 a.m. all the way through to 10 p.m.,” Kristen recalls. “When we were able to build the Tunnell Cancer Center, it really allowed us to provide the type of patient care we wanted to provide – during normal business hours.”
Since 1921, Beebe has been committed to training future nurses at what is now the Margaret H. Rollins School of Nursing at Beebe Healthcare. The school is the only nursing school in the state located on the same grounds as a hospital, which allows students at the school to not only get detailed instruction in classes and simulation labs, it also provides hands-on training on units at the medical center.
Beebe’s expansion design team worked with the team at Wilmot Sanz, the architecture and interior design firm chosen for Beebe’s South Coastal Health Campus. Kristen Delgandio, Vice President at Wilmot Sanz, led Beebe’s design team through discussions in determining its interior design selections with the ultimate focus of improving patient experience and staff satisfaction.
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.
Beebe Healthcare recently selected the construction, design and engineering firms which will help create the next generation of care.
Motorists and pedestrians may have noticed the construction happening in front of the Medical Center in downtown Lewes.
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?”
‘Tis that special season of the year when we gather with our family and friends at holiday parties, events, and dinners to celebrate and give thanks for the many gifts in our lives.
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.
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 is working to build the future of vascular surgery here in Lewes.
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.