Bayhealth received an additional $25,000 donation from the Bank of America to support its graduate medical education programs for healthcare services.
“Bayhealth is doing vital work in Delaware to strengthen the health of our community,” Chip Rossi, president of Bank of America Delaware, said in a statement. “We’re proud to support the Graduate Medical Education programs and the ongoing improvements in access to care it provides Delawareans.”
This year, Bayhealth added the General Surgery Residency program after launching the Family Medicine and Internal Medicine programs last year. The Emergency Medicine program will accept its first class in 2023. Residents work side-by-side with Bayhealth physicians to care for our community members, learning the latest techniques to provide patients with the best care.
“We’re appreciative of Bank of America’s continued support of our GME programs,” Bayhealth Foundation President Lindsay Rhodenbaugh said. “Their generosity is a reinvestment in our community.”