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Healthcare with the Community's Support
For more than 101 years, Beebe has been providing advanced, award-winning care, right here in Sussex County. Neighbors caring for neighbors. Families caring for families.
Creating the Next Generation of Care
Beebe Healthcare is thoughtfully investing in expanding our presence in Sussex County—making excellent, innovative, and accessible care a reality for our friends, families, and neighbors for future generations.
With the support of our community and generous donors, including the Ma-Ran Foundation which gave a transformational and historic gift of $10 million to fund the proposed four-story patient wing at the Lewes campus, we are working to build the healthcare of tomorrow. Together, We’re Creating the Next Generation of Care.
Find out more about the planned $180 million expansion and receive updates directly to your inbox: www.nextgenerationofcare.org.
Find Out More About Beebe
Had a heart attack? Worried about your cardiac health? Beebe's Cardiac Rehab and Ornish Lifestyle Medicine programs may be able to help.
Joint pain? Ongoing shoulder, knee, or hip issues? Beebe's Orthopaedic Services team is ready to help you be strong.
Beebe Physical Rehabiliation Services: Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy, and Speech/Language Pathology.
Plagued by breathing issues? Beebe's Pulmonary Wellness team is here for you.
Feel like your heart skips a beat or flutters. Electrophysiology can solve problems related to AFib.
Interventional cardiologists, medical cardiologists, and cardiac surgery teams are here when your heart needs help.