The Jean & Joan Fund, supported by the Jean & Joan Charity Golf Classic, donates funds for the purchase of patient transport vans for Beebe Healthcare’s Tunnell Cancer Center. Its mission is to raise funds for equipment and patient services at the cancer center located in
“It was several years ago and I remember sitting on the couch and looking at my toes,” recalls Sal Curci. “I had been noticing they were sore, but at that moment I saw they were gray.”
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.
Dr. Karen Smith Coleman first learned about Beebe when she was helping provide coverage for long-time Beebe endocrinologist Dr. Mansour Saberi.
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.
Peggy and Randall Rollins Margaret H. Rollins, known to childhood friends as Peggy Hastings, was born in 1933 in Lewes and spent her childhood and early adulthood in the community.
Beebe Healthcare now offers one of the most advanced diagnostic tools available for cancer detection: the Discovery™ MI PET/CT imaging system from GE Healthcare.
As Beebe continues to plan and develop services, programs, and facilities for our growing population, we will look to those we serve for their continued confidence in what we are doing as well as their support to help us expand throughout the county.