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Beebe Healthcare Updates Visitor Restrictions at All Locations

*Note: The information and best policies regarding COVID-19 are changing frequently. Please visit our website for the latest updates.


Beebe Healthcare is continuing to evaluate the rapidly changing information about coronavirus (COVID-19), and we take the health and safety of our team members, medical staff, patients and visitors seriously.

As of 6 p.m. Friday, March 20, no visitors will be allowed at the Margaret H. Rollins Lewes Campus and no one will be able to accompany a patient to a service at an outpatient location.

Special circumstances do allow for visitation.

One healthy visitor is permitted as follows:

  • Pediatric patients – preferred parent, guardian, caretaker
  • Palliative care or hospice patients
  • Specialty physician outpatient visits
  • Labor and delivery
  • Patients undergoing procedure or surgical procedure including urgent or emergent surgery at Margaret H. Rollins Lewes Campus.

This Visitor Policy is in effect for all of Beebe Healthcare, which include: the Margaret H. Rollins Lewes Campus, Emergency Department, Same Day Surgery, Cardiac Catheterization Lab and Diagnostic Services at the Margaret H. Rollins Lewes Campus; Surgery and Endoscopy Centers, Tunnell Cancer Center, Rehabilitation Services Centers, Diagnostic Imaging Centers, Lab Express Centers, Beebe Medical Group Physician Practices, Walk-in Centers, etc.

We realize that this might be a hindrance for some, and we apologize in advance for any inconvenience this may cause. But we feel that taking this precaution now in order to protect the safety of those in our facilities is our highest priority.

Beebe Healthcare is committed to helping you access the resources to stay updated as Coronavirus (COVID-19) evolves in our community. Please visit our website at to find links to the latest information about this disease as well as how to protect yourself.  We are also sharing information at