Bayhealth offers tips for a healthier Thanksgiving

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The holiday season can unravel months’ worth of healthy habits, especially since it kicks off with a day dedicated to eating. Thanksgiving meals typically involve many starchy sides and several sugary desserts. While indulging every now and then is perfectly fine, here are some tips to make sure you don’t overdo it this Thanksgiving: 1. Start your dinner with a …

MHS Drama performs The Rainbow Fish

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The students of Milford High School’s Drama Club are thrilled to present The Rainbow Fish on November 18 & 19. This adaptation of the popular children’s book is the story of Rainbow Fish, whose unique rainbow scales make her the most beautiful fish in the sea. Though Rainbow Fish is undoubtedly beautiful, she is also vain and selfish, and the …

Milford museum hires operations manager

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Milford Museum is pleased to announce that they have hired Nicole Rogers as their new Museum Operations Manager. She will begin her new position with the Museum on February 21. After the resignation of Yvonne Lynch who left to spend time with family, commissioners created a new, full-time position. This position will be responsible for grant writing, social media, collection …

Funny fairytales come to Milford’s stage

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The bedtime stories in Second Street Players’ winter children’s stage selection this year will be familiar to many but there is something ‘not quite right’ with them in this stage presentation of SSP Presents: Bedtime Stories (As Told by Our Dad) (Who Messed Them Up) Directed by Lauren David and Lorraine Leavel, this children’s theater production will have the child …

Advancing the practice of APCs is Velez’s passion

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Roseann Velez, FNP-BC, has been a part of the Bayhealth family for a year. She took on a new position as Bayhealth’s first Population Health nurse practitioner coordinator. Velez ensures patients know how to care for themselves once they’re discharged. And she helps make plans to ensure continued care happens until patients are fully recovered. She has an exceptional passion …

Bayhealth moves to crisis standards of care

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As a regional healthcare leader, Bayhealth is taking steps to meet the most urgent hospital needs in the local community. In order to sustain life-saving work, Bayhealth and their colleagues across the state are operating with Crisis Standards of Care protocol, which will help the institution deliver the highest level of care possible – “especially when demand far surpasses available …

Bayhealth to purchase large portion of Blue Hen Center in Dover

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Among its latest plans for strategic expansion, Bayhealth has entered into an agreement to purchase a large portion of the Blue Hen Corporate Center in Dover. This acquisition will provide an additional 185,000 square feet for Bayhealth to efficiently grow its patient-centered care model while improving access to care for central Delaware residents.     This real estate transaction is …

Bayhealth hosted a groundbreaking ceremony for Bayhealth Total Care

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  Bayhealth hosted a groundbreaking ceremony for Bayhealth Total Care, a new and innovative approach to providing healthcare in Sussex County. Strategically located at the intersection of Lewes-Georgetown Highway (Route 9) and Hudson Road in Milton, Bayhealth Total Care will be the first healthcare facility of its kind in Delaware. It will be home to a hybrid emergency and walk-in …

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Milford XC sweeps meet

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By Kevin Eickman The Milford cross country team entered Wednesday’s quad meet against Delmar, Lake Forest and Sussex Central having the boys’ team winning just one meet, while the girls had yet to tally a win. That all changed at Killens Pond, when both the boys and girls team swept the meet. This could not come at a better time …