Making an Impact

Generations of support for local healthcare in Milford

Charlie Burton is the fifth-generation owner of the I.G. Burton dealership, and the company has a living legacy of supporting the town of Milford’s development. Read More.

Supporting the future of healthcare

Local business owners Ron and Ellen Sayers are perfect examples of Smyrna pride. The Sayerses believe in giving back to their community through charitable donations and events, and are strong supporters of Bayhealth. Read More.

The Importance of Quality Community Healthcare

Quality care is critical in the good times like a birth or traumatic times such as an illness or injury – it’s the reason why Smyrna residents Bill and Mary Jane Willis have shown their support of Bayhealth with generous contributions for more than 4... Read More.

Quality healthcare means a healthy community

Born and raised in Dover, Greg Moore believes strong, quality healthcare will not only meet the needs of the community, but also boost the local economy. Read More.

One family’s investment in the health and future of the community

The Voshells believe strong local community healthcare is essential to the success of the community. It’s their motivation behind years of continuous support through donations to the Bayhealth Foundation. Read More.

Legacy of giving extends to second generation

Over the last 30 years, supporting Bayhealth Milford Memorial has become a family affair. Read More.

Honoring family through an investment in community health

A shared love for the downstate community is what inspires the Strickland family to give back. Read More.

Five decades of caring for Milford… and counting.

Milford is a special place. There’s a genuine goodness that runs through the town. And Bayhealth Milford Memorial Hospital is a proud part of the town’s history. And for the past 50 years, Dr. Read More.

Decades of making a lasting impact

For Physician Michel Samaha, MD and his wife Laura, giving a combined 43 years of service professionally to the communities of central and southern Delaware is just the beginning. Read More.

Giving goes beyond the building: Tom Draper

In a small town like Milford, there is a strong sense of community and belonging. The Drapers are just one of the many families that have made it their mission to improve the quality of life for people living in southern Delaware. Read More.

Why I give

Everyone has their own reasons for supporting the Bayhealth Foundation. But the common thread is often the excellent care that they or someone they love received at Bayhealth. Read More.

The Burton family tradition — one for the books

As many Milfordians can attest, the hospital’s life and future have been carefully cultivated by members of the community who, quite simply, cared for their neighbors. Read More.

We believe in Milford

For the Grier family of Milford, giving back is a way of life. Read More.

One woman’s drive becomes a community’s mission: Susan Chinnici

Behind Runway of Hope is one woman’s decision to make a difference. Read More.

The value of the Bayhealth Foundation

Since its creation in 1983, the Foundation — later renamed the Bayhealth Foundation — has been integral to the growth and success of the hospital system. Read More.

A lifetime of support: Cheryl Rogers, RN, CPHQ

Throughout her career, Rogers has supported the growth and development of Bayhealth. Read More.

Grateful patient and former board member benefits from medical services he helped to create

Berglund found himself in the position of being a patient in an organization where he had served as a board member. Read More.

Legacy of caring and giving: Ralph and Claire Zaragoza

Few physicians can say that they’ve had an active, professional relationship with a health system like Bayhealth for more than 50 years. But together, Ralph Zaragoza, MD., and his wife Claire — a retired operating room nurse — have done just that. Read More.

Committed to Milford

In 2005, Joe and Barbara informed the Bayhealth Foundation that they would be including Bayhealth in their estate plans. Read More.

Mary Jane Willis

“When the word cancer becomes part of your vocabulary, your life changes.” Read More.

Saving Savannah

Savannah Jane Snow came into the world two months early and weighing a fragile three pounds, 11 ounces. Less than a year later, Savannah was a healthy, happy, 18 pound baby who charms family members and strangers alike. Read More.