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Beebe Healthcare Prepares for the Snowstorm on March 17, 2014

Beebe Healthcare announces its plans for operations on Monday, March 17, 2014 in anticipation of significant snowfall during the early morning hours into midday on Monday.

All elective surgery, procedures and elective cardiac catheterizations scheduled for Monday, March 17, 2014 at Beebe Healthcare’s main campus in Lewes, at the Beebe Endoscopy Center on Bayview Medical Drive in Lewes and at the Outpatient Surgery Center on the Beebe Health Campus on Route 24 in Rehoboth Beach will proceed as scheduled.
Cardiac Rehab, the Vascular and Stress Lab, Cath Lab and ECHO Cardiography Lab are staffed and open as usual.

Outpatient services at all Beebe satellite locations throughout Sussex County will be closed.
Tunnell Cancer Center is closed.
The Margaret H. Rollins School of Nursing is closed.

Please review the detailed list below to determine what might impact you.
The following Outpatient Services will be closed on Monday, March 17 at all locations:
Beebe Imaging
Beebe Lab Express
Beebe Rehab Services

The following services will be closed:

Beebe Walk-In Care (Millsboro and Georgetown). This is a Beebe Physician Network service.
Pulmonary Rehab
Gull House (Rehoboth Beach)
Wound Care and Diabetes Management in Long Neck
Beebe Home Care Services
Beebe Physician Network offices and services

Please call Beebe Healthcare’s Pre-Arrival Department at 302-645-FAST (3278) if you need to reschedule your appointment.

The Emergency Department, Operating Rooms, and Labor and Delivery at the hospital on Savannah Road in Lewes are fully staffed and ready for traumas and other emergency situations throughout the storm.

Beebe Healthcare is well prepared for this storm and is pleased to report that food, water and fuel supplies are on hand to cover the next few days. At this time, Beebe staff is expected to report to work as usual.

Please be safe and stay inside during the storm.