Milford LIVE Weekly Review – August 30, 2022

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Click on the image below to view as a PDF This Week’s Top Headlines Include: Headlines MSD announces next steps for board seat opening Culture South Milford Walking Tour planned for September 10 The Milford Garden Club Announces the ‘Garden of the Month’ for August, 2022 Business Feebs to offer outside seating Government & Politics Transparency advocates push for campaign …

Bayhealth Sussex Campus to expand with PAM approval

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With City Council approval of a conditional use request, the Bayhealth Sussex Campus will expand with a 74,000 square foot facility that will house PAM Health, an inpatient rehab facility. PAM stands for Post-Acute Medical, a company that already has locations in Dover and Georgetown. They are currently using 40 beds in the Bayhealth building. “This is a leased arrangement,” …

Milford LIVE Weekly Review – May 17, 2022

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This Week’s Top Headlines Include: Headlines Bucher wins Milford School Board Election Culture Walk Through the Past with historians Business Milford artist details two years living in Italy in new book Government & Politics FOIA rules and changes discussed at council Citizen survey results released City of Milford hires Balog as new Arborist Education Bullying statistics and procedures released by …

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Bayhealth receives “A” Safety Rating from Leapfrog

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by Terry Rogers     Bayhealth’s Sussex County campus Leapfrog, an independent watchdog group, recently announced that they had awarded Bayhealth Sussex Campus with an “A” Safety Rating. It is the only hospital in Delaware to receive that high of a rating from the organization. “Hospitals do not request this review,” Elizabeth Harmon, Senior Communications Specialist with Leapfrog, said. “Leapfrog …

Bayhealth to present updates at upcoming meeting

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Bayhealth’s Sussex County campus The monthly meeting of the Milford Conversations group will be held on Thursday, April 7, from 8:30-9:30am at 101 S. Walnut Street in Milford (the First Presbyterian Church).  The program for the morning will be an update on happenings at Bay Health Medical Center, the “new” hospital in Milford . Milford Conversations is open to all …

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Bayhealth Welcomes Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeon Jonathan Sarik, MD

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Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeon Jonathan Sarik MD joins Bayhealth As a regional healthcare leader committed to high-quality care for our communities, Bayhealth continues to recruit talented physicians in a range of specialties. Jonathan Sarik, MD, is a plastic and reconstructive surgeon who is the newest doctor to join the team. He is accepting new patients at Bayhealth Plastic & Reconstructive …

Milford LIVE Weekly Review – October 12, 2021

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Hover over the image below and a gray bar pops up at the bottom—scroll through the pdf, use direction arrows, zoom in or out, download the PDF, or view in full-screen mode. [pdf-embedder url=”https://milfordlive.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/MilfordLive-Oct-12.pdf” title=”MilfordLive Oct 12″] This Week’s Top Stories Include: Headlines Third building planned for Bayhealth Sussex Campus Culture Delaware Goes Pink for October “My Dear Douglass” documentary …

Sussex County hospitals such as Bayhealth in Milford are at their 'high water' marks for COVID patients.

Bayhealth discusses Sussex County growth, COVID and staffing

Terry Rogers Headlines, Health

Bayhealth Sussex Campus discussed COVID-19, staffing issues and the growth of Sussex County at a recent meeting At a recent meeting of Milford Conversation, a group of organizations and businesses that gather each month to discuss the Milford area, Stacy Naylor, Physician Recruiter for Bayhealth, talked about how the medical facility had managed through the COVID-19 pandemic, Milford’s growth and …

School bus accident results in minor injuries

Terry Rogers Headlines, Police & Fire

A school bus accident on Thursday, October 7 sent more than a dozen students to the hospital as well as the driver of the bus and one of the other vehicles involved in the accident. According to police, a 32-year-old Lincoln woman was issued a summons for inattentive driving. The accident occurred at the intersection of Southeast Front Street and …