Coming Soon!

Captain Westside and The Health Heroes

In Summer 2024, Westside is releasing a children’s book called “Captain Westside and The Health Heroes: Caring For Delaware’s Families!”

Captain Westside and Westside’s health heroes team up to teach young people about staying healthy, being courageous and feeling more confident as they navigate through the challenges of today’s world. Captain Westside’s character is inspired by our former President & CEO, Lolita Lopez – who led Westside’s growth over the last 33 years!

Our goal is to distribute 5,000 Captain Westside children’s books within the first year through our Reach Out and Read Program – which provides new books to our youngest patients during their routine check-ups and supports providing books to children in need within in our own communities. 

Captain Westside is written and published by Mainstay Publishing in partnership with Westside Family Healthcare. This unique project is funded by the Health Resources and Services Administration by way of the American Rescue Plan Act. 

Join us for the exciting book launch of “Captain Westside and the Health Heroes: Caring For Delaware’s Families!”

The book launch party will be held at the Wilmington Public Library on Wednesday, July 24, 2024 at 11:30 AM.

Want Captain Westside to do a reading at your library or school?

Captain Westside is doing a book tour! Register below if you want Captain Westside to come to you! 

Want to guarantee a copy of Captain Westside? 

If you would like to purchase a book as a donation to Westside, fill out our pre-sale form to be notified when books are available.

 

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Locations & Hours

Note that some of our hours have changed.

To schedule an appointment at one of our locations, please call (302) 224-6800.

Please fax all clinical information and/or medical health record information to (302) 322-6201.

Westside’s Provider-On-Call service is available for urgent medical questions or concerns when our office is closed, by calling (302) 655-5822.

For emergencies, dial 9-1-1 or go to the emergency room.

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