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44 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, Nov. 9 - Nov. 15, 2001 BeebeSchooIof Nursing to hold open houseThursday, Nov. 15, in Lewes The Beebe School of Nursing is hosting its semiannual open house from 3 to 5 p,m., Thursday, Nov. 15. The School of Nursing is lo- cated in the back of Beebe Med- ical Center off Savannah Road in Lewes. Beebe's nursing education pro- gram offers comprehensive nurs- ing education, providing training in basic nursing concepts, ad- vanced technology, and critical- care nursing. The two-year cur- riculum is known for providing optimal hands-on clinical experi- ence that is more accessible due to the proximity of_Beebe Med- ical Center. Upon completion, graduates are well prepared for licensure and entry-level nursing practice. Stu- dents can earn a bachelor's degree in one additional year through an articulation agreement with Wilmington College. Prerequisite college courses and a certified nursing assistant course are required prior to en- rollment in the 17-week semester nursing program. For more information, call Beebe School of Nursing at 645- 3251. Health-care services changes to take effect in Millsboro Beebe Medical Center and the Beebe Physician' Network recent- ly announced changes to health- care services provided in Mills- borG. The changes are being made based on-an evaluation of current usage of services, with consideration of community needs. Dr. Jennifer de ia Rosa will be moving to the current site of Beebe Medical Center's Mills- borG Walk-in Center at 230 Mitchell St. Beebe Medical Center's Occu- pational Medi- DE LA ROSA cine Program will also be located at that ad: dress. De la Rosa will Continue to practice family medicine, by ap- pointment, at that location. She can be reached by calling 934- 0459. Dr. Paul Gorrin will continue internal medicine/family practice at the Mills- borG Health Center at 232 Mitchell St. He also has a special interest in allergy treat- ment. Jane Govatos, FNP, will be joining GOVATOS the practice. In addition to seeing patients by appointment, Gorrin will provide care for walk-in patients, in coor- dination with patients' current family physicians. Walk-in hours are'froml2 to 5 p.m, Monday and Tuesday; from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m., Wednesday; and from 8 a.m. to noon, Thursday and Friday. These hours will be expanded in January. Gorrin can be reached at 934-0611. With Gorrin's decision to provide walk-in care to the community, Beebe Medical Cen- ter has decided to discontinue op- erating the Millsboro Walk-in Health Center at 230 Mitchell St. Dr. Nancy Gideon has discontinued pediatric visits in Millsboro but sees pa- tients at Lewes Pediatrics. She can be reached GIDEON at 644-2860. Alzheimer's Association conference is Nov. 14 The Alzheimer's Association, Delaware chapter, will present a statewide education conference for family and professional care- givers from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Wednesday, Nov. 14, at the Mod- ern Maturity Center in Dover. Gov. Ruth Ann Minner will present a proclamation for Nation- al AIzheimer's Disease Month. Continuing education units and certificates of attendance will be offered. For more information, call 302- 633-4420 or 800-219-7666. How TO KEEP YOUR KIDS FREE OF DRUGS. Rule #1. Understand Why. Almost always it's rebellion, alienation, despair, peer pressure or some combination. As a parent you can have a powerful effect on how your kids deal with these things. And whether they see drugs as an answer. One of the biggest deterrents is talking with your kids about drugs. To learn more, call for a free parent's handbook. 1-800-729-6686 PARTNERSHIP FOR A DRuG-FREE AMERICA* 1  STITE PREVENTION COALITION O DELAWARE HEALTH AND SOCIAL SERVICES Robert Varipapa, MD John Coil, DO Stephen Penny, MD Peter Coveleski, MD Jay Freid, MD Irene Mavrakakis, MD Muhammad Zaidi MD CN www.salu.net/neu rodoc Paul Peet, MD Perry Herman, MD Sami Moufawad, MD Michael Cho, MD Janine Islam, MD Mi-Hyon Cho, MD Center for Neurology • Neurosurgery • Musculoskelatal Disorders • Rehabilitation • Imaging Here is how we define Superior MRI • Both High Field and . OPEN MRI facilities • No claustrophobia or noise • Digital Video Movies • Johns Hopkins Affiliation • MRI-certified Technologists • On-site physician staff • 24 hour & same day reports • Same-day scheduling • Participate with most insurance plans High field and OPEN MRI • Dover • Milford • Lewes • Middletown 674-5860 or (888) 674-5860 CN-MRI is pleased to announce the association of Muhammad Zaidi, M.D. specializing in Robert Varipapa, M.D. Neurology John Coil, D.O. Stephen Penny, M.D. Peter Coveleski, D.O. Jay Freid, M.D. Irene Mavrakakis, M.D. Paul Peet, M.D. 1074 S. Staice Street, Dover, De o (302) 678-8100 119 Neurology Way, Milford, De ° (302) 422-0800 701-C Savannah Road, Lewes, DE ° (302) 645-7213 Perry Herman, M.D. Sami Moufawad, M.D. Michael Cho, M.D. Janine Islam, M.D. Mi-Yyon Cho, M.D. James Lust, PAC A CANCER SCREENING COULD SAVE YOUR LIFE. ASK YOUR DOCTOR WHAT'S BEST FOR YOU.