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  • CalvertHealth Foundation Healthy Outlook Seminars Presents: Family Love Letters

    Posted: 02/22/2021

    As part of the 2021 Financial Wellness Series, the CalvertHealth Foundation is excited to present Family Love Letters, a national estate planning program, on Wednesday, February 24, at 2 p.m. During this free, virtual seminar, participants will draft an important and lasting gift with all the vital information loved ones need to know. This information will prove to be very important and can help ease the stress during a very painful time for family members. Those who participate in the event will be invi...

  • Planting the Seeds of Hope Campaign Exceeds Fundraising Goal, Raises Half a Million for Behavioral Health Services in Southern Maryland

    Posted: 02/09/2021

    The CalvertHealth Foundation is excited to announce the successful completion of the Planting Seeds of Hope Campaign. With a goal to raise $250,000 toward the much-needed behavioral health renovation and expansion project at CalvertHealth Medical Center, 150 supporters and an anonymous matching donation of $250,000 helped raise $506,470 to serve the mental health needs of our community. Recognizing the growing need of mental health services for the community, the renovation of the Frank Miller Howes, MD ...

  • Calverthealth Foundation Is Now Accepting Applications For 2021-2022 Academic Scholarships

    Posted: 02/02/2021

    The CalvertHealth Foundation Scholarship Fund is offering tuition assistance to students who are pursuing higher education in medicine or allied health fields. The deadline for submission is April 30. Since its inception, the scholarship fund has awarded more than 480 scholarships totaling more than $640,000 to area students. In order to be eligible for the Allied Health Scholarship, funded by a generous endowment from Calvert Arundel Medical Facilities, Inc., applicants must be accepted into an accredit...

  • Planting the Seeds of Hope Campaign Aims to Raise $250,000 for Behavioral Health Services in Southern Maryland

    Posted: 11/30/2020

    The CalvertHealth Foundation is excited to announce the launch of its Planting the Seeds of Hope Campaign. In lieu of a formal gala this year (due to COVID-19 restrictions), the CalvertHealth Foundation Gala Committee has challenged our community to help raise $250,000 toward the behavioral health renovation and expansion project at CalvertHealth Medical Center. “The CalvertHealth Foundation has been dedicated to raising funds for our community hospital for 32 years. While 2020 has certainly been differe...

  • November 18-24 is Antimicrobial Awareness Week

    Posted: 11/13/2020

    CalvertHealth in Collaboration with the CDC Advises Patients and Their Families to be Antibiotics Aware The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is advising patients and their families to use antibiotics only when necessary to further reduce antibiotic resistance, the spread of superbugs and protect patients from side effects from antibiotics. During U.S. Antibiotic Awareness Week (November 18-24) and throughout the year, CDC promotes Be Antibiotics Aware, an educational effort to raise aware...

  • CalvertHealth Obstetrics & Gynecology Delivers Exceptional Care with New Addition Katreena Settle, MD, FACOG

    Posted: 11/04/2020

    Board-certified obstetrician and gynecologist Dr. Katreena Settle brings diverse experience to her new role at CalvertHealth OB/GYN from teaching residents at Jacobi Medical Center in New York to chairing the OB/GYN department at UM Charles Regional Medical Center. Noted for her compassionate and knowledgeable care, Dr. Settle said she wants her patients to feel safe and confident in the treatment they receive at CalvertHealth OB/GYN. In private practice for seven years, Dr. Settle has expertise in minim...

  • Breast Cancer Supporters from 13 States Raise Funds for CalvertHealth Foundation’s Virtual 5K

    Posted: 11/02/2020

    The 11th Annual CalvertHealth Breast Cancer Virtual 5K was a huge success thanks to supporters all over the country who raised more than $18,000 in support of local breast cancer patients seeking care at the Sheldon E. Goldberg Center for Breast Care. Despite being unable to run together, the outpouring of community support was incredible. The 315 registrants represented 13 different states, proving that this important community event is about more than raising funds. Vice President and Administrator for...

  • CalvertHealth Foundation Benefit Golf Classic Raises Funds for the Behavioral Health Renovation and Services Project

    Posted: 10/28/2020

    The CalvertHealth Foundation held its 31st annual Benefit Golf Classic at The Cannon Club in Lothian on October 19. More than 125 participants including sponsors, golfers and supporters helped raise $70,000 to support our community’s increasing need for mental health services. Proceeds from this year's Benefit Golf Classic will provide support for the $5.2 million Behavioral Health Renovation project and its programs and services, currently underway at CalvertHealth. CalvertHealth President and CEO Dean ...

  • Your Health Can’t Wait. #DoNotDelayCare - CalvertHealth is Safe. Ready. Waiting.

    Posted: 10/20/2020

    Maryland hospitals and health systems are saving lives every day during the coronavirus public health emergency, yet they are still seeing a potentially dangerous trend. Evidence suggests that people with serious health conditions or symptoms may be avoiding hospitals or doctors’ offices out of fear of catching COVID-19 or contributing to its spread. Yet, delaying or avoiding care can lead to serious complications and long-term health problems. “Now more than ever, everyone should be taking care of thems...

  • As Number of COVID-19 Hospitalized Patients Decline, CalvertHealth Adjusts Visitor Guidance Under Strict Safety Measures

    Posted: 10/16/2020

    At CalvertHealth, the priority has been, and always will be, to deliver safe, high-quality patient care. With fewer COVID patients in the hospital and with strict safety protocols in place, CalvertHealth Medical Center will welcome visitors back into the hospital beginning on Tuesday, October 20 from 2- 6 p.m. “In the past month, the number of hospitalized COVID-19 positive patients continues to decline,” stated President and CEO Dean Teague, FACHE. “On average, we are seeing 4 COVID-19 positive or patie...