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Beebe donates $325K to Rehoboth Health Campus

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Beebe Healthcare’s Auxiliary donated a record $325,000 to Rehoboth Health Campus, a local nonprofit health system in Southern Delaware, to assist with operations. 

Beebe Auxiliary Treasurer Nancy Tartaglione and Beebe Auxiliary President C. Wendell Alfred presented a check to Beebe Healthcare Dr. David Tam, President & CEO, Beebe Healthcare, and Tom Protack, Beebe Medical Foundation President. PHOTO COURTESY OF BEEBE

LEWES – Beebe Healthcare’s Auxiliary donated a record $325,000 to the nonprofit health system to assist with operations at the Rehoboth Health Campus – home to the Specialty Surgical Hospital, Tunnell Cancer Center, Outpatient Surgery Center, the Rehoboth Walk-In, and many additional medical offices.

The check was presented to Tom Protack, president of the Beebe Medical Foundation, and David A. Tam, MD, MBA, CPHE, FACHE, president & CEO, Beebe Healthcare by Wendell Alfred, Auxiliary president.

The Auxiliary has been raising funds for Beebe since 1936 and has donated more than $5 million in those years. Its sole purpose is to promote and advance the welfare of Beebe and its patients.

The funds have assisted various Beebe needs, including a new ultrasound machine, the Cardiovascular department, the Margaret H. Rollins School of Nursing, the Chapel at the Lewes Campus, the Georgetown Health Campus, two hyperbaric chambers at Beebe Wound Healing, special wheelchairs for patients visiting the medical center and Tunnell Cancer Center, new navigational bronchoscopy equipment, and much more.

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