Saint Francis Healthcare is proud to welcome back
Brandywine Urology to provide inpatient services for cancers, infections and other conditions
at the Wilmington hospital. The practice’s board-certified physicians
will also provide on-call support to various departments.
“Our health system has been partnering with well-known specialists
to strengthen the services available to the community,” said Brian
Dietz, FACHE, president and CEO of Saint Francis Healthcare. “Our
goal is for patients to have access to the entire continuum of care in
one central location.”
“Drawing on the strengths from each organization, this partnership
will enhance the efficiency and coordination of health care in the region
by offering comprehensive clinical services to a larger number of people
in our community,” said Nicola Howard, chief operating officer of
Brandywine Urology Consultants.
Established in 1987, Brandywine Urology Consultants has offices in Newark,
Middletown, Glasgow and on Foulk Road in northern Wilmington. The practice’s
seven physicians serve patients from Delaware, Maryland, Pennsylvania
and New Jersey.
“Our practice treats each patient as an individual, so our approach
is completely aligned with Saint Francis’ compassionate care philosophy,” said
Dr. Steven A. Terranova who will serve as medical director of urology at Saint Francis Healthcare.
Saint Francis Healthcare, a part of Trinity Health, operates Delaware’s only Catholic hospital
serving Wilmington and Northern New Castle County since 1924. Services
provided include Partners in CardioVascular Health and Cardiovascular
Services , 24-hour Emergency Services, Ambulance Service, Bariatric Surgery
Center of Excellence, the da Vinci™ Surgical System, Gastroenterology
Services, Hematology-Oncology Services, Minimally Invasive Surgery Center,
Advanced Wound Center, Imaging Services, Sleep/Neurodiagnostics Center,
Home Care, Outpatient Physical Therapy, Comprehensive Women’s Health
Services and three community outreach programs. Saint Francis Healthcare
is affiliated with the Saint Francis Foundation and Saint Francis LIFE
(Living Independently for Elders), a PACE (Program for All-inclusive Care
for the Elderly) model.