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Beebe Launches Online Scheduling for Walk-In Care

Beebe Healthcare and its employed medical group, Beebe Medical Group, have announced the start of online scheduling.

The online scheduling system is currently accepting reservations for Beebe Walk-In Care through Beebe’s website at

By reserving a spot for a Beebe Walk-In Care location, patients can arrive closer to the time when they will be seen, making it a streamlined and efficient process.

“Online scheduling is a great way for our team to ensure patients are seen quickly and in an orderly fashion,” said Stephen Keiser, Vice President of Operations for Beebe Medical Group. “It also allows patients to arrive closer to when they will be seen, so they are doing less waiting. With the pandemic continuing, it is our top priority to keep everyone safe and online scheduling helps everyone – it’s a win-win.”

When using online scheduling for Beebe Walk-In Care, patients are reserving a spot. This is not a traditional appointment. However, Beebe care teams will do our best to see patients as close to the given time as possible. Once a spot is reserved at the location of choice, patients can expect to receive a text message with additional information.

If you are having chest pains or experiencing a life-threatening event, always call 911.

Beebe offers Walk-In Care in four locations – Rehoboth Beach, Millsboro, Millville, and Georgetown (the Georgetown location is temporarily closed for renovations).

Those interested in using the online scheduling portal can go to


Beebe Medical Group practices include the specialties of: Cardiothoracic Surgery, Dermatology, Endocrinology, Family Medicine, Gastroenterology, General and Bariatric Surgery, Hospital Medicine, Infectious Diseases and Travel Medicine, Internal Medicine, Pediatric Neurology, Pulmonary & Sleep Disorders, Surgical Oncology, Urology, Vascular Surgery and Women’s Healthcare. Four Walk-in Care Centers serve the community in Rehoboth Beach, Georgetown, Millsboro, and Millville from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. daily. The group also operates three school-based health centers at Cape Henlopen High School, Sussex Central, and Indian River High School.