Bayhealth gives informational sessions in local communities

January 28, 2024

As Bayhealth continues to expand access to its outstanding healthcare in Sussex County, the Bayhealth Foundation is hosting informational sessions in local communities that highlight various clinicians and services.

In September the residents of Heritage Shores in Bridgeville heard from urologist and urogynecologist Ray Bologna, MD, MBA, and learned about the personalized care he offers. Bologna is the only physician in central and southern Delaware who specializes in urogynecology, a branch of medicine that treats conditions of the pelvic floor, including bladder and bowel control problems, pelvic floor prolapse, and other types of dysfunction.

John Shevock, FACHE, FACMPE, Bayhealth Cancer Institute executive director and senior director of operations, oncology service line, visited Plantation Lakes in Millsboro in October. He highlighted the comprehensive cancer services and programs offered through the Bayhealth Cancer Institute. Residents also learned more about Bayhealth’s new emergency and urgent care center located within Bayhealth Total Care in Milton.

“At the Bayhealth Foundation, we consider it a privilege to inform our expanding community about the compassionate, comprehensive care provided by our teams across Bayhealth,” said Lindsay Rhodenbaugh, DMin, Bayhealth Foundation president. “Our commitment to this community extends beyond central Delaware. We want Sussex County residents to be informed about the options available to them.”

Email to learn how to schedule a presentation for a community and visit to learn how to support Bayhealth’s life-saving work.


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