Beebe Lab Express-Milton Opened to a Warm Welcome
Representatives from the Milton Chamber of Commerce, the Town Council, and the Sussex County Council recently celebrated the Grand Opening of the newly opened Federal Street Office Park, the home of Beebe Lab Express-Milton and Tidewater Physical Therapy, at 611 Federal Street in Milton.
Milton Mayor Jack Bushey and Beebe Lab Express Coordinator Kimberly Johnson cut the official ribbon as attendees watched. The day's festivities included refreshments and tours of the office park's first building and the new premises of Beebe Lab Express-Milton, and Tidewater Physical Therapy. Once completed, the office park will have three buildings that will bring medical-related services to the area, according to park owner Pintail Management LLC.
Beebe Lab Express services include blood testing and finger-stick glucose testing, EKGs and specimen collection. All employees are skilled Phlebotomists and are cross-trained to stay current in these areas.
The Beebe facility includes a comfortable waiting room, three private registration booths, three phlebotomy drawing stations, one of which is designed especially for children, and a specimen processing area. It is the latest in Beebe Medical Center's network of convenient, satellite imaging and laboratory services located in Georgetown, Long Neck, Millsboro, Millville, at the Beebe Health Campus on Route 24, and at Five Points in the Lewes area. These facilities augment the services available at the Beebe Medical Center main campus on Savannah Road in Lewes.
Beebe Lab Express-Milton hours of operation will be Monday thru Friday, 6:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. The telephone number will be 684-8579, and the fax number will be 684-4317.
Caption: Attending the event were, from Left to Right, Lab Express Coordinator Kimberly Johnson, and staff members Tamara Rodriguez and Peggy Bowden.
Second Caption: Milton Mayor Jack Bushey and Beebe Lab Express Coordinator Kimberly Johnson, flanked by Lynn Rogers, Noble Prettyman, Rich Recicer, Gene Dvornick, Tom Draper, Michael Clark, Bob Cairo and Leah Betts cut the official ribbon at for the first building at the Federal Street Office Park.