Milford LIVE Weekly Review – Jan. 24, 2023

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Click on the image below to view as a PDF This Week’s Top Headlines Include: Headlines Citywide broadband not feasible, study finds Culture KSI Receives Two New Vehicles from DTC for Transportation Program Popular Milford events returning for 2023 Business DMI offers business funding options Government & Politics Pedestrian ordinances discussed at city workshop Education Carney to raise teacher salaries …

Bayhealth honors Dr. Lobo with new primary care building

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Bayhealth honored Dr. Vincent Lobo, a physician who recently retired after 57 years in practice, with a. ribbon cutting of their new primary care facility located at 16681 South Dupont Highway in Harrington. The new facility will offer both primary care and outpatient services. Terry Murphy, President and CEO of Bayhealth, began by asking if those in attendance had ever …

Free Bikes 4 Kidz volunteer event a huge success

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A suite in the Blue Hen Corporate Center was filled with boxes of unassembled bicycles and volunteers on Monday, January 16 as Bayhealth held the first Free Bikes 4 Kidz (FB4K) event in Delaware. The event was the vision of Dr. Tom Vaughan a retired radiologist at Bayhealth who has taken the role of Chief Wellness Officer for the organization. …

Virtual urgent care available for non-life-threatening illnesses

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For those who suffer a medical issue that is non-life-threatening, Bayhealth’s virtual urgent care is an option that can provide medical assistance quickly while reducing wait times in the emergency room. The program is designed for those who may need to see a doctor but cannot reach their primary care physician, whether it is because it is after hours, or …

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 …

New family medicine practice in Milford; new patients welcome

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Milford Primary Care Associates will open this summer at 301 Jefferson Ave. in Milford and is accepting new patients. This independent practice is committed to serving and engaging patients to achieve better health by providing disease prevention, diagnosis, and treatment strategies through all life stages, from birth to end-of-life. Dr. Cindy Siu has provided outpatient primary care services in Milford …

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Bayhealth Welcomes New Primary Care Physician Dr. Meliseanna Gibbons 

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Meliseanna Gibbons, MD As central and southern Delaware’s healthcare leader, Bayhealth continues to bring more primary care providers to meet growing population needs and care for our community members. The Bayhealth Primary Care, Sussex Campus practice is pleased to welcome board-certified Internal Medicine Doctor Meliseanna Gibbons, MD. Dr. Gibbons joins Primary Care Physicians Preeti Gupta, MD; Antonio Zarraga, MD; and …

Bayhealth Spotlight: Kristen Gun

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Bayhealth spotlights Kristen Gun Compassionate and hardworking is Respiratory Therapist Kristen Gun, RRT, at Bayhealth Sussex Campus. Rounding to nearly every department, her job consists of more than just nebulizing treatments and inhalers. Intubating, extubating, pulmonary function tests, and BIPAP/CPAP are just a few of the many services Kristen and her Respiratory Therapy (RT) peers provide on a regular basis. …

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Community organizations learn about Bayhealth residency program

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by Terry Rogers     Bayhealth’s Sussex County campus At a recent Milford Conversation, held on the first Thursday of each month at the First Presbyterian Church of Milford, several community organizations and city officials learned about the Bayhealth residency program and discussed challenges the residents faced when they arrived to begin their program. “We are very excited about our …