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

Celebrating excellent care are (l-r) Judy Aliquo, Beebe Medical Foundation president and CEO; Christopher Steele, director of respiratory, neurology and sleep services; Steve Dayton; pulmonary tech Kathi Dayton; and grateful patient Maureen Meloche and he

Thank You Kathi, My Forever Friend

“I have always had great experiences at Beebe,” said Maureen Meloche. “There have been quite a few, from heart problems to...Read more

Celebrating Excellent Cardiac Care are (l-r) Moira Quint, office coordinator; David Nelson and Bill McManus; Dawn Snyder, RN-ICU; Dr. M. Ray Kuretu, cardiothoracic surgeon; and Brian McCarthy, PA-C.

Bill's Story: The Best Hospital Experience I've Ever Had

Bill McManus’ story starts several years ago with a diagnosis of atrial fibrillation. “My brother was first in our family to...Read more

Celebrating Excellent Care with Orthopaedic Surgeon Dr. Wilson Choy, left, are grateful patient Pat Trunzo and his wife Nancy Trunzo.

Two Smiley Faces & Two Happy Knees

When Pat Trunzo and his wife Nancy moved to Lewes from East Hampton, Long Island, in 2013, one of the first questions they...Read more

Kathy Plumley of Frankford, center, celebrates Dr. Harry Anagnostakos and his excellent care for her colonscopy along with team members from Beebe Gastroenterology Associates (l-r) Sean Mayhew, Dee Thiess, Donna Pennypacker, Melody McCleaf, and Georgetta

Kathy's Story: Not Just Another Calendar Appointment

“You need a colonoscopy,” is something few patients want to hear from their doctor, but that’s exactly what Katherine...Read more

Angela Wilson, center, holds baby Avery, surrounded by eldest daughter, Aubrey, husband Jon, and mom Cheryl Jankowski.

Angela’s Story: Determined to have a Beebe Baby

Rehoboth Beach native Angela (Jankowski) Wilson always expected she would have her babies at Beebe. However, after her first...Read more

Dinah Reath had a heart attack while teaching an aquatic exercise class. Now, after two stents and Cardiac Rehab, Dinah is excited to share her knowledge as a volunteer cardiac coach.

Dinah Reath: I Wasn't At Risk for a Heart Attack, but I Still Had One

This article is part of the Fall 2018 Beacon magazine. READ MORE FROM THE ISSUE. I didn’t have any risk factors for a heart...Read more

Dee Cole enjoys walking her dogs on the beach south of Dewey.

A Joyful Noise: Dee Cole Strikes the Gong

Dee Cole, a native Delawarean, grew up in the country near Smyrna. She was hired by the U.S. Department of Agriculture...Read more

Outside of the Nicola Pizza on Rehoboth Avenue, with “Mama Nicola,” Joan Caggiano, looking over everyone from above. Nick Caggiano and his son, Nick Jr., present a large check to Judy Aliquo, President of the Beebe Medical Foundation and Dr. Wilson C. Cho

Families Caring for Families and Creating the Next Generation of Care

I first fell in love with the pizza and the Nic-o-bolis. Then I fell in love with how the amazing Joan Caggiano made me feel...Read more

RN Jay Wingate and Dr Kevin Eanes of the Beebe Emergency Department.

Professionalism, Compassion and Care Beyond Compare!

Years ago, when Cliff Meredith was a boy, he would come to Rehoboth Beach and stay with his aunt at her home on Delaware...Read more

Celebrating Excellent Care with a transformational gift of art in Beebe’s ICU Family Waiting Room are (l-r) Registered Nurse Dawn Snyder, Dinah Reath, Dr. Ajith Kumar, Sally Packard and Brook Hedge.

Can ART play a part in healing your heart?

Dinah Reath had a heart attack after teaching the first of her two aquatic exercise classes at the Rehoboth Beach YMCA,...Read more