Bookmobile Vaccine Clinic - Behind the Scenes Photo Gallery
Beebe Healthcare is proud to partner with Sussex County Libraries, Sussex County Emergency Medical Services, community agencies, and Sussex County Council to provide the mobile vaccine clinic in the Bookmobile.
Beebe Healthcare and our community partners were recently featured in The New York Times for this community-wide effort to vaccinate those who may not be able to travel to vaccine sites. Thanks to photographer, Caroline Gutman, and The New York Times for coming to our events in May. Please enjoy some Behind the Scenes photos from the day.
Dr. David Tam, President & CEO of Beebe Healthcare, takes a moment to chat with The New York Times photographer, Caroline Gutman.
NY Times photographer, Caroline, takes a photo of the First State Community Action Agency team.
The team at a vaccination site in Ellendale.
Ms. Bernice Edwards, seated, of First State Community Action Agency, talks with Dr. David Tam, and New York Times photographer, Caroline.
Caroline with Lisa Allen Conaway of Greenwood, who says she got the vaccine because "It was time. I just want to go back to normal."
Lisa receives her vaccination Stephanie Williams a Beebe Population Health nurse.
Asking questions about the vaccine.
Anyone 12 and older can be vaccinated on board the Bookmobile.
Dr. Tam talks with Laura LeCompte, a Beebe Population Health nurse.
Team Beebe is ready to start vaccinating the community, left, Ronnie Smith and, right, Stephanie Williams.
A 12-year-old receives his vaccine from Beebe nurse Shanna Zickgraf.
Beth West and her daughter, Laura LeCompte, both of Beebe's Population Health team, talk with Dr. Tam.
Kim Blanch being photographed by Caroline Gutman of The New York Times.
Dr. Bill Chasanov talks to Ms. Bernice Edwards.
Dr. Tam, center, talks with Kim Blanch, and Mr. Gooch.
NY Times photographer, Caroline, talks to Glenn Marshall of Sussex EMS.
Kim Blanch and Dr. Tam on board the Bookmobile.
Beebe nurse Shanna Zickgraf gives a Milton man his vaccination.
Robert Murray, Director of Sussex County EMS, center, with Rachel Lynch, left, and Kathy McFadden, right, of Sussex County Libraries. Beebe's partners in the mobile vaccine clinic.
Nadia Nuebling, center, translates for a community member, while Kim Blanch helps answer questions.
Dr. Tam with Rev. Sonja Ayers of Mount Zion A.M.E Church.
The bookmobile partners with community organizations so that the vaccine is accessible for those who may have a barrier.