Three Wins for the New Year
Excerpt from the article: “As we begin another year, many of us pause to reflect on our lives and make some resolutions. It is a perfect time to set some reasonable goals that will help us all focus on the positive things in our lives and being more grateful. I suggest you consider choosing to celebrate and be grateful for 3 wins that are so relevant to all of us: our doctors/nurses, our caregivers/families, and our local non-profit community healthcare family: Beebe Healthcare.”
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Visit our new Planned Giving website
Beebe Medical Foundation’s new, planned giving website contains valuable personal, financial and estate planning resources. We are here to assist you in creating a plan that is right for you and your family.
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Interventional Cardiology Lab Opens at the Margaret H. Rollins Lewes Campus
Beebe Healthcare’s Cardiac & Vascular Services’ interventional cardiology lab is now open at the Margaret H. Rollins Lewes Campus. This state-of-the-art lab adds more than 1,000-square-feet of procedural space for the cardiac and vascular team.
“Having this state-of-the-art procedure room is a win-win,” saidDr. Malick Islam, electrophysiologist at Beebe, “for the patients, it means they are being taken care of in a new space and their care is more efficient and streamlined. For the medical team here, we are able to schedule more procedures and have access to the best equipment and systems – the same that would be found at large university hospitals in big cities.”
The interventional cardiology lab construction is part of a larger project at the hospital in Lewes, which will also add a new hybrid operating room. The hybrid operating room will allow Beebe’s vascular surgeons and surgical teams to perform minimally invasive and open procedures in a highly advanced surgical operating theater. The hybrid operating room is slated to open in early 2020.
“I am proud to be a part of the transformation here at Beebe as we strive to serve our community and visitors,” said Beebe Cardiac & Vascular Services Executive Director Mary Frances Suter. “This project demonstrates Beebe’s commitment to providing the next generation of care. This is a perfect example of Beebe’s dedication to superior care and service to assure that our community receives the highest level of care in our own backyard.”
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Ma-Ran Foundation donates $10 million to Beebe
(July 21, 2017) The Beebe Medical Foundation and Beebe Healthcare announced today a transformational gift of $10 million from the Ma-Ran Foundation to name Beebe Healthcare’s Lewes campus to the Margaret H. Rollins Lewes Campus. This gift represents the largest gift received by Beebe, the largest gift in Sussex County, and one of the largest gifts made in the state of Delaware.