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  • CalvertHealth Foundation Celebrates Scholarship Recipients

    Posted: 10/03/2017

    Dean Teague, far left, President and CEO of Calvert Health System and Lynette Entzian, far right, President of the Calvert Memorial Hospital Foundation, are pictured with this year’s recipients. Standing, left to right, are Deborah Rosnage, Elizabeth Lake, Susan Midgett, Adair “Holly” Dooley, Victoria Wolf, Samantha McGuigan, Lillian Morrison, Emily McGuigan and Dana King. Sitting, left to right, are McKenzie Copsey, Pamela Farrall, Carleigh Bartholomew and Taylor Bowen. CalvertHealth Foundation celebra...

  • Calvert Health System President and CEO, Dean Teague named AHA Grassroots Champion Award Winner for Maryland

    Posted: 07/20/2017

    The American Hospital Association has awarded Dean Teague, president and CEO of Calvert Health System, its Grassroots Champion Award for Maryland. Teague will receive the award at an event later this year. As a 2017 Grassroots Champion, Teague is being recognized for "his exceptional leadership in generating grassroots activity in support of the hospital community." The American Hospital Association Grassroots Champions Award, which is presented each year to one person from each state, was created "to r...

  • CMH Foundation Golf Benefit Raises More Than $70,000

    Posted: 06/08/2017

    The Calvert Memorial Hospital Foundation held its 28th annual Benefit Golf Classic at Old South Country Club in Lothian on May 15. A field of 148 players competed for top honors and raised more than $70,000. Since the event began in 1990, it has raised nearly $1.3 million to fund patient care equipment and vital hospital services. This year proceeds from the golf tournament will help fund computer technology upgrades to the Emergency Department. “With the increased complexity of emergency room cases, we ...

  • Calvert Health System names Fanba as Employee of the Year, Rosnage receives “Beacon Award” as top manager.

    Posted: 05/16/2017

    Pharmacist Jean Marie Fanba was named by Calvert Health System as Employee of the Year. Fanba, who joined CMH more than five years ago, is noted for his positive attitude, his compassion and really taking the time to listen to his patients. “Fanba is a consummate professional,” said Susan Dohony, vice president for quality and risk management. “In his new role as a ‘Transitions of Care’ pharmacist, Fanba works with patients and their families prior to discharge – empowering the patients to manage their m...

  • Calvert Health System Honors Physicians for Service, Leadership.

    Posted: 04/24/2017

    Calvert Health System recently held its annual physician recognition and awards dinner to honor medical staff for their outstanding leadership and service to our community.  Calvert Memorial Hospital (CMH) President and CEO Dean Teague said, “We are fortunate to have such an exceptional team of physicians who are so committed to our organization. Great things are happening at Calvert Health System and those changes have been made possible by your leadership and commitment to excellence. We are an or...

  • CMH Foundation Supports Local Students Pursuing Higher Education In Medicine and Allied Health Fields

    Posted: 03/22/2017

    The Calvert Memorial Hospital Foundation is offering tuition assistance to area students pursuing higher education in medicine or allied health. Since its inception, the scholarship fund has awarded more than 343 scholarships totaling more than $450,000. In order to be eligible for the Allied Health scholarship, applicants must be a full-time student who has been accepted at an accredited school of nursing or other allied health curriculum leading to licensure as a practical or registered nurse. Applicat...

  • Calvert Memorial Hospital Foundation Teeing Up on May 15

    Posted: 03/22/2017

    It’s almost time to tee up for the 28th Annual Calvert Memorial Hospital (CMH) Foundation Benefit Golf Classic on Monday, May 15 at Old South Country Club in Lothian. Proceeds from this year’s event will help fund computer technology upgrades to the hospital’s Emergency Department. “With the increased complexity of emergency room cases, we are always seeking ways to improve. Efficient information management at the fingertips of our medical team is essential to providing timely and high-quality care. Thes...

  • Calvert Memorial Hospital Receives International Baby-Friendly Award

    Posted: 02/02/2017

    Albany, NY - Baby-Friendly USA, announces that Calvert Memorial Hospital has received prestigious international recognition as a Baby-Friendly Designated birth facility. Baby-Friendly USA, Inc is the U.S. authority for the implementation of the Baby-Friendly Hospital Initiative (“BFHI”), a global program sponsored by the World Health Organization (WHO) and the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF). The initiative encourages and recognizes hospitals and birthing centers that offer an optimal level of ca...

  • Norovirus Causes and Prevention

    Posted: 01/20/2017

    Norovirus causes many people to become ill with vomiting and diarrhea each year. You can help protect yourself and others by washing your hands often and following simple tips to stay healthy. Noroviruses are a group of related viruses that can cause gastroenteritis (GAS-tro-en-ter-I-tis), which is inflammation of the stomach and intestines. This leads to cramping, nausea, vomiting, and diarrhea. Norovirus Is the Most Common Cause of Gastroenteritis in the U.S. CDC estimates that each year Norovirus caus...

  • Hospital Foundation Names Five New Trustees

    Posted: 01/20/2017

    The Calvert Memorial Hospital Foundation has named four new trustees for the coming year. Joining the board are Dr. Ramona Crowley Goldberg, Lisa Garner, Sandra Holler, Brian Lazarchick and Brian Martin. The members can serve up to two three-year terms. They join 10 other community volunteers who are currently serving. “Each of these individuals bring special talents to the foundation board,” said CMH Foundation Executive Director Theresa Johnson. “Some have worked with the hospital and its foundation fo...