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CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, March 28- April 3, 1997 - 37 Beebe Medical JCenter adds pediatrician to staff Beebe's active staff roster, along with pediatrician S atosh Reddy, M.D., who has be ;n affiliated with Bcebe for close to 17 years. Ludwicki receive his medical degree from Temp University School of Medicinq and served his pediatric resi )ncy at St. Christopher's Hosp tal for Chil- dren in Philadelphia Ludwicki comes t ical Center from Co Care, Pottstown, F was director of Pedi; In its ongoing commitment to meet the needs of the community, Beebe Medical Center has added the services of a third pediatrician to its active staff. Earl Bradley, M.D. has announced the addition of John J. Ludwicki to his practice of pedi- atrics in the newly renovated Lewes Pediatric Center at 400 Savannah Road in Lewes. Bradley has been affiliated with Beebe since July, 1994. Both physicians are part of Beebe Medical Center an Beebe Medical Center in Lewes and Emery University System of Health Care, Atlanta, Ga., are gearing up for their Fifth Annual Conference by the Bay, scheduled for Friday, April 11, from 7:45 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Rusty Rud- der's BayCenter, Dewey Beach. Last year, the seminar attracted healthcare professionals from New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Mary- land, northern Virginia and Delaware. Conference by the Bay is aimed at providing continuing education to registered nurses and licensed practical nurses working in hospi- tals, private practi care facilities, educa tions, home health ; in community agen interested in detaile changing healthcare Speakers and to symposium include coin, RN, BSN, edu dinator at Mid-A! Education & Trai Medical Center c speaking on HIV/K Clark, RN, MN, A( clinical nurse specia at Emory Universi Health Care, speak Stop Smoking seminar set for April 22 at 13 Delaware Technical & Community College will host a seminar coordinated by Anne Conner, RMT, RHY, from on April 22. Conner will explain how hypnosis can be el as a tool for kicking the habit. Participants will be awake control for the length of the seminar, and will receive The seminar fee is $39. To register, or for more inform 5400, exL 226. Beebe Mad- entry Family t., where he arics. Arthritis meetings offer support Beebe Medical Center and the Arthritis Foundation co- port group for people with arthritis, friends, families and ed parties on the fourth Tuesday each month. Call 645-i information. He was also affiliated with Pottstown Memorial Medical Center as Chairman of Pediatrics. He is board-certified in pediatrics and is a fellow of the American Academy of Pediatrics. Ludwicki resides in Lewes with his wife, Kimberly, who is a regis- tered nurse with specific training in pediatrics. She is employed by Beebe Home Health Agency and will visit infants at home after they have been discharged from Beebe Medical Center. Ludwicki's philosophy of pedi- atrics includes not only diagnos- ing illness, but also preventing it. He believes the child is soci- ety's most important asset, and it is his primary role to protect their future. He feels strongly that parents should leave his office with all their concerns addressed, so there is no unnecessary worry at home. Ludwicki encourages patients to come in for pre-natal consultations which are free of charge, so parents will feel comfort- able with their pediatri- cian. LUDWICKI For an appointment with Ludwicki, call 644-2860. :1 Emory combine talent for "Conference by the Bay" :e, extended fional institu- Lgencies, and ties who are updates in a mvironment. pics for the Patricia Lin- :ational coor- antic AIDS Ling Center, Delaware, DS; and Jane )CN, CGNP, ist, ontology, y System of ng on breast .1 Tech ;top Smoking 7 to 9:30 p.m. Fectively used elaxed and in free cassette. ion, call 856- ponsor a sup- 3ther interest- 263 for more cancer. Other speakers include Marie Thompson, RN, BSN, CETN, nurse clinician at Emory Universi- ty System of Health Care, speak- ing on wound care; Barbara Reed, RN, MN, CGNP, clinical nurse specialist, speaking on pain man- agement. Also featured is Diane New- man, ND, Natural Healing Tradi- tions, Wilmington, who will speak on alternative therapies. Beebe Medical Center will award 7.5 contact hours via cer- tificate after completion of the conference, and is also an approved provider of nursing con- tinning education by the Delaware Nurses' Association. Beebe is the first hospital out- side the State of Georgia to be affiliated with Emery University. The "Alliance for Excellence" reinforces Beebe's dedication to offer the finest health care for its patients in the most cost effective manner possible. Beebe's patients can benefit from the high level of expertise and the resources available at Emery. The fee for the one-day confer- ltave you had your hearing checked recenUy? Now is a good time to come in for a free hearing test and hearing aid check-up. HEARING AID ASSOCIATES 934-1471 Millsboro - 2 miles N. of Rt. 24 on Rt. 30 6 miles S. of Rt. 9 on Rt. 30 Announces Delbert J. Kwan, M.D. has joined the practice for expanded urological services, including: Female Urological Problems Kidney Stones including Lithotripsy Prostate Problems Diagnosis 8 Treatment of Cancers in the Urinary Tract Male Sexual Dysfunction Children's Urological Problems Urinary Incontinence Male Sterilization Disorders of Male Reproduction including Infertility ence is $79, which includes break refreshments, conference materi- als and a buffet lunch. For more information, call Beebe Medical Center's School of Nursing at 645-3251. URGEI00 r FOR FOLKS AGE 50+: 2 Out of 5 Seniors* Will Need Nursing Home Care! Today, the average annual cost of nursing home care is $30.000"! With a 40%* chance of needing Long Term Care - either in a nursing home or at home -you should be aware that... Regular health insurance, Medicare or Medicare supplements do not cover the type of long term care most people need. You will be saddled with the cost. 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