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Beebe Medical Center Publications Win National Healthcare

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The teamwork of Beebe Medical Center’s Marketing and Communications Department and Dean Design/Marketing Group has been honored with awards in two national healthcare industry marketing competitions...

Health Services Opening a Festive Event in Millsboro

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Despite threatening weather, more than 75 people dropped in for snacks, tours, conversation, and free health screenings during the grand opening festivities in Millsboro for Beebe Medical Center’s...

Beebe Medical Center Expands Health Services in Millsboro

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Beebe Medical Center proudly announces that it has expanded outpatient health services in Millsboro to make care more convenient for those living in the Millsboro area. The new services include:...

Beebe Medical Center Welcomes Cardiothoracic and Vascular Surgeon to its Medical Staff

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Cardiothoracic and Vascular Surgeon Nnamdi Azie, MD, has joined the Beebe Medical Staff and is in practice with Cardiothoracic Surgeon M.L. Ray Kuretu, MD, at 400 Savannah Road in Lewes. He can be contacted by calling (302) 644-4282. Dr. Azie brings a wealth of experience and knowledge to Beebe Medical Center. He is Board Certified in Cardiothoracic Surgery, Vascular Surgery and General Surgery.

Steven Rhone takes over as Vice President of Patient Care Services at Beebe Medical Center

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Steven Rhone, RN, BSN, MS, NE-BC, has been appointed Vice President of Patient Care Services Beebe Medical Center announces that Steven Rhone, RN, BSN, MS, NE-BC, has been appointed Vice President of Patient Care Services. He joined Beebe Medical Center from Christiana Care Health System where he served as Administrative Director of Patient Access and Capacity Management. At Beebe Medical Center,

Tunnell Cancer Center Requests Nominations for the Spirit of Hope Caregiver Award

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Every cancer survivor knows that there always is one person who stands out as taking extraordinary step to make a difference in the lives of others. Last year, Beebe Medical Center’s Tunnell Cancer Center created a new award, the Spirit of Hope Award, to recognize Sussex Academy of Arts and Sciences 7th-grader Sarah Hawtof for leading groups of students and adults in making origami cranes to carry messages