SPECIALTY SURGICAL HOSPITAL - REHOBOTH HEALTH CAMPUS
Bringing Advanced Surgical Technology to Our Community
For more than a century, Beebe has been singularly focused on the health and well-being of our community, and we are proud to deliver on this commitment once again with the opening of our new Specialty Surgical Hospital on our Rehoboth Health Campus this May. This new and state-of-the-art hospital is purpose-built to deliver the best short-stay surgical care and patient experience available in Sussex County.
The facility features four operating rooms, 18 bays for pre- and post-operative care, and 24 private, short-stay inpatient rooms. It also houses imaging, laboratory, and pharmacy services, as well as a new location for our Rehoboth Walk-In Care Center.
In January 2022, exterior construction was complete as more of the focused shifted indoors of the Specialty Surgical Hospital. With less than three months until the open house and five months away from opening, finishing touches were needed across the floors of the hospital to put on a dazzling display for community members.
The exterior is completed and work begins to complete the interior.
The structure begins taking shape.
Beebe holds socially distanced Topping Out ceremony as last steel is completed at Specialty Surgical Hospital project.
Cement has been poured and additional site preparations have been made for the anticipated start of placing steel for the building structure in February.
Construction is moving forward at the Rehoboth Health Campus! Beebe recently announced that the street name was approved by the state. The street running from Warrington Road to the Specialty Surgical Hospital and then connecting to the existing campus buildings will be known as Healthy Way. The Specialty Surgical Hospital will be 19161 Healthy Way – a nod to Beebe’s founding in 1916!
Beebe Healthcare held a groundbreaking ceremony at the future home of its Specialty Surgical Hospital at the Rehoboth Health Campus on Wednesday, May 15. The $124 million, four-story, state-of-the-art surgery center will allow patients with scheduled surgeries to not compete for services with more acutely sick patients and emergency patients of a general acute-care hospital.
It will be the home for the Center for Robotic Surgery, and future home of the Women’s Health Labor & Delivery floor, where expectant families can continue to deliver babies in a family-centered, dedicated environment. It is expected to open in 2022.