Southern Delaware Imaging Associates donates $250K to Beebe
Southern Delaware Imaging Associates members shown are in back (l-r) Andrew Dahlke, MD; Ellen Bahtiarian, MD; and Jeffrey Rose, MD. In the middle are Jeffrey McCann, MD, and Maheep Goyal, MD. In front are Kim Gardiner, MD; Michael Ramjattansingh, MD; and Dennis Flamini, DO.
April 7, 2019
Physicians from Southern Delaware Imaging Associates recently gathered at Beebe Medical Foundation to celebrate the group’s $250,000 pledge to the I Believe in Beebe campaign.
“We are lucky to be part of such a caring and competent healthcare team at Beebe, affording us the pleasure and privilege of working with highly skilled and compassionate technologists and nurses each and every day,” said Ellen Bahtiarian, MD, board-certified radiologist.
As part of their gift, all of the SDIA partners have joined the 1916 Leadership Club and will celebrate Beebe’s founding year by donating $1,916 annually to support the hospital, said Judy Aliquo, CFRE, president and CEO of Beebe Medical Foundation.
“We are so thrilled to welcome the SDIA team to the Beebe Medical Foundation. We are honored to say thank you again in person for their largest gift ever to Beebe Healthcare, and we are proud to have SDIA’s name proudly displayed at all three of Beebe’s new facilities,” said Aliquo. “SDIA will be naming the X-ray room at Beebe’s new specialty surgical hospital at Beebe’s Rehoboth Beach Health Campus on Route 24, as well as the imaging-CT room and the conference room at Beebe’s new South Coastal Cancer Center in Millville.”
The I Believe in Beebe campaign is in support of the largest expansion in Beebe Healthcare’s 103-year history.
The campaign is now in its public phase and Beebe Medical Foundation invites everyone to reach out to learn how to support the campaign and give to Beebe Healthcare, Sussex County’s nonprofit community healthcare system. For more information, go to www.beebemedicalfoundation.org.
“Gifts like the one given by SDIA truly make a difference and help us provide the state-of-the-art facilities to serve our patients,” said Aliquo.