Dr. Joseph Deutsch speaks a Maple Dale Country Club

Bayhealth’s Foundation and Residency Programs Hosts Events

Wednesday, August 4, 2021 |

Bayhealth’s Foundation and Internal Medicine Residency Program Hosts Event at Maple Dale Country Club

As a regional healthcare leader, Bayhealth is the first in the area to launch Graduate Medical Education (GME) residency programs. These robust GME programs, including the Family Medicine and Internal Medicine residencies that began this month, are improving access to care for everyone in our communities. In partnership with the GME residency program directors, the Bayhealth Foundation is hosting events for community members to learn more about the programs and their benefits.

Internal Medicine Program Director Joseph Deutsch, MD, recently spoke to the members of Maple Dale Country Club and their friends. Dr. Deutsch’s presentation, which was held at Maple Dale, highlighted the Internal Medicine Residency Program’s impact on our area, including how it will ultimately provide more than 20,000 patient care visits per year.

To schedule a gathering to learn more about Bayhealth’s Internal Medicine and/or other residency programs, which include Family Medicine and General Surgery, and to understand how your donation can make an impact, visit Bayhealth.org/Foundation, email Foundation@Bayhealth.org or call 302-744-7015.

Auxiliary of Bayhealth Sussex Campus Learns About GME Program While Installing New Officers

Thanks in part to its robust Graduate Medical Education (GME) programs, Bayhealth is improving access to care for everyone living in our growing communities. As a regional healthcare leader, Bayhealth is the first in the area to launch residency programs. The Bayhealth Foundation has joined with the GME residency program directors to host informative events for community members to learn more about the impact Bayhealth’s GME programs will have on our area.

Family Medicine Program Director Brintha Vasagar, MD, MPH, FAAFP, recently presented to the Auxiliary of Bayhealth Sussex Campus during a luncheon they held at a Milford restaurant to install their new officers. Dr. Vasagar’s presentation focused on the Family Medicine Residency Program’s benefits, including how it will ultimately provide more than 30,000 patient care visits per year—creating more access to primary care physicians for our community.

To schedule a gathering to learn more about Bayhealth’s Family Medicine and/or other residency programs, which include Internal Medicine and General Surgery, and to understand how your donation can make an impact, visit Bayhealth.org/Foundation, email Foundation@Bayhealth.org or call 302-744-7015.