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.
The Beebe Medical Foundation and Beebe Healthcare proudly announced the I Believe in Beebe Campaign on October 29 with $29 million raised to date—an historic investment from the community for their healthcare system of choice in Sussex County. The goal set for the I Believe in Beebe Campaign is $34 million dollars. These funds will be used to support Beebe’s multifaceted expansion projects,
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.
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.
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.
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.