Bayhealth Cardiovascular Surgical Associates

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Bayhealth Cardiovascular Surgical Associates
Bayhealth Cardiovascular Surgical Associates is listed in the Physicians & Surgeons category in Dover, Delaware. Displayed below are the social networks for Bayhealth Cardiovascular Surgical Associates which include a Facebook page, a Pinterest page, a Twitter account and a YouTube channel. The activity and popularity of Bayhealth Cardiovascular Surgical Associates on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 88.

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540 S Governors Ave
Dover, DE 19904
(302) 744-7980

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Bayhealth Cardiovascular Surgical Associates has an overall ZapScore of 88. This means that Bayhealth Cardiovascular Surgical Associates has a higher ZapScore than 88% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Dover, Delaware is 37 and in the Physicians & Surgeons category is 32. Learn more about ZapScore.

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As part of Bayhealth’s 20-year anniversary since the merger of the Kent General and Milford Memorial campuses, we are spotlighting team members who have been here since the beginning and have played a vital role in the history of Bayhealth. Each month, we’ll spotlight a different staff member in our “Then, Now and Beyond” series. It’s been more than four decades since Food and Nutrition Patient Services Manager Anne Burke began her career at the Kent Campus. Burke has spent the entirety of her 43-year career in Food and Nutrition Services. She started as a tray-line/dietary aide. “I’ve seen the hospital grow and grow, all for the good of the community,” she said. “I’ve watched the hospital build up right around me. When I started working here, the kitchen was located where Central Supply is now. Parking used to be right at the back door to the kitchen. I also remember when the ED used to be right beside the kitchen. In 1986, they built the new kitchen.” Much like the hospital, Burke’s responsibilities expanded over the years. Within a couple of years, she was promoted to a supervisor position, which she held for more than 11 years. Next she became a manager covering several areas within the department. In her current role, she oversees the patient tray-line and nutrition care assistance staff. “I’m also responsible for ensuring patients are provided a healthy meal and a warm, friendly face,” Burke said. Her time at Bayhealth can be described in one word – phenomenal. “My career has helped me support my family and raise my two loving daughters, who are also a part of the Bayhealth family. Both of my daughters, Linda Clough and Kathy Clough, have been working in Diagnostic Imaging for 19 years. My husband, Vinny, also has worked in Materials Management for the past 15 years. We’re all looking forward to the arrival of our latest family member, as Linda is expecting.” Since her family has also grown with the organization over the years, Burke shared how impressed she is with our Child Care department. For example, her grandson, Ryan, who was in Child Care for five years, was very well prepared when he went into kindergarten. Burke is looking forward to Bayhealth’s continued growth and seeing how far it can go. She notes Bayhealth allows staff to serve the community through jobs and services that are much needed, especially as the community itself grows. The ability to give back to others drives Burke. “I’d rather give than receive,” she said. “This is something I try to instill in my staff. We’re here for the patients. If it weren’t for them, we wouldn’t be here. Many come here for help and it’s our duty to provide them with nothing less than the best.”

Menopause is a normal part of life that affects all women differently. But women don’t have to navigate its three stages — perimenopause, menopause and postmenopause — alone. Trusted obstetrical and gynecologic physicians Miaohou Xu, MD, PhD, and John E. Deaver, MD, at Bayhealth Women’s Care, Milford, are available to guide patients through the transition.
Trusted obstetrical and gynecologic physicians Miaohou Xu, MD, PhD, and John E. Deaver, MD, at Bayhealth Women’s Care, Milford, help women navigate the three stages of menopause.


#TipoftheDay: Teach children to read food labels so that they can plan healthy meals. #FVMMMonth

If you’ve not been physically active in a while, you may be wondering how to get started again. Lace up those sneakers and find some motivating ideas here.
If you've not been physically active in a while, you may be wondering how to get started again. Lace up those sneakers and find some motivating ideas here.

Heart disease is a broad term used to describe conditions that affect the function of the heart. From irregular heartbeats to congenital heart failure and cardiomyopathy, a number of heart diseases can impair your heart. Luckily, most of these conditions are preventable.
Bayhealth Cardiologist Pedro Perez, MD, of Bayhealth Cardiology Consultants says a patient can’t help if a certain heart condition is hereditary, but there are several environmental risks that patients can manage by modifying their behavior.

In advance of the XFINITY series race at Dover International Speedway, NASCAR driver Ryan Reed will be visiting Bayhealth Hospital, Kent Campus on Friday, Sept. 29 from 5 – 6 p.m. to share his story of working hard and persevering to be successful with both his racing and his diabetes management. Go to Bayhealth.org/RyanReed to RSVP for this exclusive event.
In advance of the XFINITY series race at Dover International Speedway, NASCAR driver Ryan Reed will be visiting Bayhealth Hospital, Kent Campus on Friday, Sept. 29 from 5 – 6 p.m. to share his story of working hard and persevering to be successful with both his racing and his diabetes management. Ry...


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