WSFS donates $50,000 to Bay Health Graduate Medical Education
The Bayhealth Foundation recently received a $50,000 donation from the WSFS Cares Foundation to help grow Bayhealth’s graduate medical education program.
Vernita Dorsey, senior vice president and community strategy director at WSFS Bank, said:
This donation will allow Bayhealth to continue expanding its GME program and increasing the number of resident physicians treating patients in central and southern Delaware. Bayhealth is currently offering his GME programs in Family Medicine, Internal Medicine and General Surgery and is actively recruiting the first trainees for the Emergency Medicine program starting in July 2023.
“One of the key philosophies of the WSFS Cares Foundation is empowering people in need, and this can be achieved through partnerships with organizations like the Bayhealth Foundation,” said Dorsey. “Bay Health is preparing the next generation of doctors to support the health and quality of life in Delaware and the growing population of Kent and Sussex counties.”
“The BayHealth Foundation and our GME program are grateful to the WSFS Cares Foundation for their generosity,” said BayHealth Foundation President Lindsay Rodenbaugh. “Thanks to their donations, we are able to help strengthen his GME program, which means our residents will have the opportunity to care for generations of Delaware people for decades to come. receive the best possible education.”