Partnership Site Announced
SALISBURY — The Peninsula Regional Health System, which recently broke ground for a new 25,000-square-foot building at the Woodbrooke Medical Center complex in Salisbury, has announced that Peninsula/NRH Regional Rehab, a physical rehabilitation partnership between the Medical Center and National Rehabilitation Hospital Ambulatory Services (NRHAS), will be located at the Woodbrooke campus. NRHAS is an affiliate of MedStar Health, which includes National Rehabilitation Hospital, one of the nation’s top hospitals for medical rehabilitation. NRHAS has a network of outpatient centers located in the Washington D.C. area that offer a wide array of physical medicine services.
The Peninsula Regional building at Woodbrooke is being designed as a dedicated “one stop” musculoskeletal campus providing treatment options for patients with musculoskeletal injuries. Peninsula/NRH Regional Rehab will occupy approximately 3,600 square feet of the new building and will feature a state-of-the-art rehabilitation center. The center will be staffed by physical therapists, occupational therapists and athletic trainers. All will be working collaboratively to provide patients with comprehensive physical and occupational therapy services, sports medicine, hand injury care and therapy, treatment of general musculoskeletal injuries, injury prevention and performance enhancement. The Peninsula/NRH Regional Rehab team will work closely with Occupational Medicine and the orthopaedic surgeons of Peninsula Orthopaedic Associates, P.A., who are also relocating their practice to the Woodbrooke Medical Center.
In addition to Peninsula/NRH Regional Rehab, Peninsula Regional’s Woodbrooke campus will also feature Peninsula Imaging, LLC, a partnership between Peninsula Regional Medical Center and Peninsula Radiology Associates. On site lab services will also be available. “The Woodbrooke complex will be the only one of its kind on the Delmarva Peninsula, bringing a full complement of musculoskeletal services to patients on one convenient campus,” said Cindy Lunsford, vice president Ambulatory & Professional Services at Peninsula Regional Medical Center.
The Woodbrooke Medical Center complex is located on Woodbrooke Drive, near the intersection of Route 50 east and Tilghman Road. The Peninsula Regional Health System expects its new musculoskeletal campus at Woodbrooke will be open for patients in the fall of 2008.
Chamber Open House
OCEAN CITY – The Greater Ocean City Chamber of Commerce will hold its Annual Holiday Open House on Friday, Dec. 7 from 5-8 p.m. at the Bonfire on 70th Street bayside.
All members are welcome for music, food, friends and fun. They are asked to bring a new unwrapped toy to benefit Toys for Tots.
BERLIN – Margaret White, executive director of Gull Creek Senior Living Community, has announced a new addition to its staff.
Mari Bohall has been named the new marketing director for the community.
“We are excited to have Mari come on board, she brings a new sense of enthusiasm coupled with an innovative approach to marketing,” said White.
Bohall, a 20-year resident of Worcester County, has been a Realtor specializing in rentals, sales and management for the past 14 years.
“I am pleased to be here, and appreciate the opportunity to become a part of this community. It is impressive to work within such a positive professional environment. The folks here at Gull Creek are simply inspiring,” Bohall said.
BETHANY – Seacoast Realty, a Carl M. Freeman Company, recently announced the firm’s top producers for the month of October.
Bud Townsend of Bethany Beach office received top honors for #1 Listing Volume for the month of October.
Top Listing Volume awards for individual agents by office are Bud Townsend for Bethany; EF Quillen for Clarksville; Bob Maxwell for Edgewater/Sea Colony office; and Josh Morimoto for the Ocean City office.
“The caliber of dedicated professionals we are privileged to work with at Seacoast is phenomenal,” said Brigit Taylor, president and broker of record for Seacoast Realty. “Our clients and customers receive the highest standard of service possible. We are extremely proud of our sales team and their accomplishments.”
Wayne Phillips of the Ocean City office received the top honors for #1 in Sales Volume for the month of October.
Top Sales Volume awards for individual agents by office are Pam Pridgeon for Bethany; Julie Schroeck for Marketplace; Wayne Phillips for Ocean City; Karla Morgan for Bayside office; and Pat Eggers for Chapel Crossing.
Top Listing Volume Team Award was presented to the Team Dayna Feher, working out of the Bethany Beach office at Hickman Plaza office. The team consists of Dayna Feher, Jeff Wolfenbarger, Sean Erwin and Betsy Hoyle.
Top Sales Volume Team Award was presented to Colleen and Missy Team. Colleen and Missy Team, working out of the Bear Trap office, is comprised of Colleen Bisaha-Windrow and Missy Nalewaik.
SALISBURY – Saving energy and money is now easier for Delmarva Power’s Maryland customers thanks to a new program that offers customers discounts when buying compact fluorescent light bulbs at Home Depot.
Delmarva Power customers can purchase the ENERGY STAR© light bulbs at a discount, saving $1.50 on a single bulb and $3 on a multi-pack. To find a participating store near you, visit www.delmarva.com. Delmarva Power’s discount compact fluorescent light bulb offer will run for three years.