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Beebe Offers Walk-In Care Near You! Beebe Offers Walk-In Care Near You! Walk-In Care Near You! Whether you live, work or vacation in the communities throughout Sussex County, we have four convenient locations to serve you. BEEBE HEALTHCARE WALK-IN CARE SERVICES MILLVILLE 203 ATLANTIC AVE. (RT. 26) (302) 541-4175 WALK-IN CARE* OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK Daily, 9 a.m.–7 p.m. OUTPATIENT SERVICES Beebe Imaging Beebe Lab Express Beebe Physical Rehab Services GEORGETOWN 21635 BIDEN AVENUE (RT. 404/18 JUST WEST OF RT. 113) (302) 856-9729 WALK-IN CARE* OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK Daily, 9 a.m.–7 p.m OUTPATIENT SERVICES Beebe Imaging Beebe Lab Express Beebe Physical Rehab Services MILLSBORO 28538 DUPONT BLVD. (RT. 113) (302) 934-5052 WALK-IN CARE* OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK Daily, 9 a.m.–7 p.m. OUTPATIENT SERVICES Beebe Imaging Beebe Lab Express *Beebe Medical Group Dial 9-1-1 for emergencies. Visit Beebe’s website for more information: beebehealthcare.org REHOBOTH BEACH BOOKHAMMER OUTPATIENT CENTER AT BEEBE HEALTH CAMPUS 18941 JOHN J. WILLIAMS HWY. (RT. 24) (302) 645-3010 WALK-IN CARE* OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK Daily, 9 a.m.–7 p.m. OUTPATIENT SERVICES Beebe Imaging Beebe Lab Express Beebe Physical Rehab Services Cape Gazette HEALTH & FITNESS TUESDAY, APRIL 11 - THURSDAY, APRIL 13, 2017 23 For Advertising Information 302.645.7700 or email AdSales@capegazette.com Prepared just right. Cape Gazette’s guide to the best Cape Region dining places. Over 50,000 distributed in the Cape Region this summer. Dine Out! 2017 position. In addition to injury treatment, patients will benefit from learn- ing proper ergonomics and body mechanics to maintain their progress and prevent reinjury. Roros has helped people of all ages and occupations get back to doing what they love. One of her favorite patient suc- cess stories is when she helped rehabilitate a 35-year-old male guitar player who was struggling to continue his lifelong passion due to progressive multiple scle- rosis. He was unable to hold the guitar pick until Roros helped construct a splint that supported his hand and acted like a pick for him to play his guitar. He was able to go on and play one last set with his band.  When she isn’t rehabilitat- ing patients in the clinic, she is indulging her other passion: teaching. Previously serving as an ad- junct professor at Sacred Heart University and Quinnipiac University, Roros now teaches Functional Anatomy and Ki- nesiology for the Occupational Therapy Assistant program at Delaware Tech in Georgetown. For more information, call 302-947-9662 or go to www.dy- namicpt.com. Beth Roros Continued from page 21 SUBMITTED PHOTO DELAWARE EYE INSTITUTE and Delaware Lions Foundation are get- ting ready for the 14th annual Walk for Sight Sunday, April 23, in Grove Park. Registration begins at 12:30 p.m., and the walk will start at 1:30. Proceeds will go to the 35 Lions Clubs in the State of Delaware to sup- port community projects. A picnic lunch and fellowship will follow the walk. For more information, go to www.delawarelionsfoundation.org. Shown are Delores Springer, left, Delaware Lions Foundation adver- tising chair, and Karen Jacobi, Delaware Eye Institute, human resources.   WALK FOR SIGHT SET APRIL 23 Registered dietitian to speak at April 11 meeting Pain Linx Educational and Support Group will meet at 2 p.m, Tuesday, April 11, at the Lewes library. There will be a presentation and discussion on The Connection Between Inflammation and Diet, led by Arlene Feleccia, RD, LDN, certified diabetes educator. She joined Beebe Healthcare in July 2015 after relocating to Delaware from Pennsylvania. She earned a bachelor’s degree in dietetics from Marywood University. Throughout her career, Feleccia has worked in a variety of healthcare settings. She is passionate about her role as an advocate for people with diabetes. The free support group is sponsored by Beebe’s Integrative Health Department and facilitated by Rita Williams, health coach at Beebe Healthcare. For more infor- mation, call 302-645-3528.