Stories

This page features stories about Beebe Healthcare, Beebe Medical Foundation, our communities, and our patients.

Ellie Nazemoff was stressed and it was taking a toll on her body. Read how she found her way back to health.

From Stressed Executive to Healthy & Empowering

Last year, Ellie Nazemoff was living what she always thought was her dream. She was the owner and operator of a firm with...Read more

Sushila Agrawal was bedridden and depended on family to help until Dr Choy fixed her knee.

Sushila Agrawal: I Could Not Walk, Then Dr. Choy Fixed My Knee

Sushila Agrawal walks down the stairs while visiting her daughter, Dr. Vibha Sanwal, in Lewes. At 76, she moves slowly and...Read more

Karen Coty got back to her life quickly following robotic surgery at Beebe's Center for Robotic Surgery.

Karen Coty: I Needed Surgery, but I Also Needed to Get Back to My Kids

As a working mother, Karen Coty had real concerns when her doctor told her she needed surgery. “I had been having pains,...Read more

Shown are Dr. Nisarg Desai, Dr. Delbert Kwan, Margaret and Ed Hill, Michele Shockley and Rhonda Blakeman

Feeling Incredibly Grateful for the Doctors, Surgeons, and Nurse Professionals at Beebe

In the summer of 2017, my husband, Ed, was diagnosed with pancreatic neuroendocrine (PNet) cancer, a relatively rare cancer...Read more

Deb and Milton Brown of Bridgeville are living a healthier life with the help of Beebe Endocrinology

Dancing with the Odds – How Deb Brown Overcame Prediabetes

Deb Brown was diagnosed with prediabetes. Her husband, Milton, has diabetes. She was determined to do something to stop...Read more

Gull House Administrative Secretary Karen Kreiser, Manager Kathleen Graham-Frey, and Bob Schnepfe of Rehoboth Beach (l-r) celebrate his generous gift to Beebe Healthcare’s Gull House in recognition of its recent relocation to Lewes.

Celebrating Beebe’s Gull House with a gift from my IRA

As someone who helped launch Beebe Healthcare’s Celebrate Excellent Care program and this Tuesday column, I am happy to...Read more

This Baltimore Colonial dollhouse built by Beebe volunteer Grant Kingswell will be auctioned Nov. 17 at the Beebe Ball to raise funds for Tunnell Cancer Center. Shown are (l-r) volunteer Lil Giuliano, Customer Service Liaison Candi Corsiglia, Executive Di

Tunnell Volunteer Grant Kingswell Builds Dollhouse to Raise Funds

Grant Kingswell is a man of many talents. Born of British parents, moved to the United States as a teenager, he has never...Read more

Beth Reynolds sautes spinach at home in Angola near Lewes, Del.

Beth Reynolds: I Thought I Was Healthy; Turns Out I Needed a Quadruple Bypass

“I always felt like I was healthy,” recalls Beth Reynolds of Lewes. A school nurse during her career in Wilmington, Del.,...Read more

Charley and Mary are back to enjoying life after Charley's lung surgery at Beebe's Center for Robotic Surgery.

Lung Cancer Surgery Meant Only One Night in Hospital for Millsboro Man

When Charley and Mary Senick retired from the police force in Philadelphia, they were ready to relax and enjoy themselves...Read more

Sal and Dorothy Curci

Sal Curci: PAD Was Affecting My Life, So I Made Changes

“It was several years ago and I remember sitting on the couch and looking at my toes,” recalls Sal Curci. “I had been...Read more

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