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  • CalvertHealth Foundation Hosts 9th Annual Breast Cancer 5K Walk/Run

    Posted: 09/25/2018

    The 9 th Annual Breast Cancer 5K will be held on beautiful Solomons Island on October 6. All proceeds benefit the Sheldon E. Goldberg Center for Breast Care. Since opening in 2010, the multidisciplinary breast center offers comprehensive care from outreach and screening to diagnosis, treatment and survivorship. The center brings together in one convenient location a multidisciplinary team of breast health experts with an experienced navigator backed by the latest breast-imaging technology to detect even ...

  • In Light of New FDA Warnings; E-Cigarettes, Vaping and Juuling 101: What Parents Need to Know

    Posted: 09/13/2018

    No doubt, most students are familiar with vaping or e-cigarettes, an alternative to conventional tobacco cigarettes. Although once touted as a product to help adult tobacco smokers quit, e-cigarettes containing nicotine are now believed to entice, and ultimately hook, younger smokers with attractive flavors – candy, bubble gum, mint, fruit. In fact, since e-cigarettes were introduced in the U.S. in the mid-2000s, they have become the most common tobacco product used among middle and high school students ...

  • CalvertHealth Foundation Celebrates 2018 Scholarship Recipients

    Posted: 08/03/2018

    The CalvertHealth Foundation recently awarded scholarships to 25 students pursuing higher education in an allied health or medical field. The students were honored in a ceremony held this summer. Since the program began in 1991, it has awarded more than 425 scholarships totaling $540,000 in student assistance. Theresa Johnson, Executive Director for the Foundation, said, “Our 2018 scholarship recipients are a group of extraordinary individuals. We are proud to have such a diverse group of people interest...

  • Calverthealth June Spotlight Music Series: From Broadway With Love

    Posted: 07/02/2018

    A standing ovation marked the end of a beautiful evening! On June 18, 2018, Mamma Lucia restaurant hosted the CalvertHealth Foundation Spotlight Series to support the Sheldon E. Goldberg Center for Breast Care. Diners were entertained by professional vocalists who generously donated their time to perform “From Broadway with Love.” Foundation board member Ramona Crowely-Goldberg also gave her time to put together and direct the show, which raised more than $3500 to go towards the Sheldon E. Goldberg Cente...

  • CalvertHealth Medical Center receives Get With The Guidelines-Stroke Gold Plus Quality Achievement Award

    Posted: 05/23/2018

    CalvertHealth Medical Center recently received the American Heart Association/American Stroke Association’s Get With The Guidelines®-Stroke Gold Plus Quality Achievement Award. The award recognizes the medical center’s commitment to ensuring stroke patients receive the most appropriate treatment according to nationally recognized, research-based guidelines based on the latest scientific evidence. CalvertHealth Medical Center earned the award by meeting specific quality achievement measures for the diagno...

  • CalvertHealth names Ball Employee of the Year, Harrer receives “Beacon Award” as top manager.

    Posted: 05/21/2018

    Employee Health Nurse Sally Ball was named by CalvertHealth as Employee of the Year. Ball, who joined CalvertHealth nearly 14 years ago, was noted as having a can-do attitude and advocating for the health and safety of everyone in the organization. “Sally keeps our entire staff compliant with PPDs, mask fit testing, flu shots and much more,” said Lisa Broome, vice president for human resources. “Even with her heavy workload, she still finds time to serve on committees and makes sure the staff has proper ...

  • May is Skin Cancer Awareness Month. Save Your Skin: Protect and Detect

    Posted: 05/09/2018

    Free Skin Cancer Screenings May 16 at Calvert Pines Senior Center, May 17 at Calvert Dermatology, May 23 at North Beach Senior Center For Lisa Bauckman, 37, of Huntingtown, it was a scab that wouldn’t heal. For John Hathaway, 83, of Lusby, it was a spot on his ear. Bauckman and Hathaway have one thing in common—early detection that allowed for a positive outcome for their diagnoses of skin cancer. “My father has been dealing with skin cancer for 20-plus years and when he noticed the scab on my ear he sug...

  • CalvertHealth Honors Physicians for Service, Leadership

    Posted: 04/27/2018

    CalvertHealth recently held its annual physician recognition and awards dinner to honor medical staff for their outstanding leadership and service to our community. In his remarks, President & CEO Dean Teague applauded the medical community commitment’s to quality and safety stating, “Our mission is to come to work each day with a dedicated spirit of service and a drive to make a difference in every life we touch. And as health care providers – that is exactly what you do. It is because if your dedic...

  • Organ Donors Give the Ultimate Gift – Life

    Posted: 04/06/2018

    Joy McCarthy, of Huntingtown, knew her husband, Kris, was an organ donor. They had discussed it. In 2012, at age 45, the father of three young children died suddenly of a massive heart attack. Joy McCarthy honored her husband’s wishes. “It is hard at that moment when you’ve just lost a loved one,” said McCarthy, “but it was a great comfort in the sad days that followed to know his beautiful blue eyes are helping two people to see and his tissue is helping someone else to walk.” McCarthy got a thank you n...

  • CalvertHealth Foundation Supports Local Students Pursuing Higher Education in Medicine and Allied Health Fields

    Posted: 03/13/2018

    The CalvertHealth 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 400 scholarships totaling more than $515,000 in student assistance. “Receiving this scholarship helped me pursue the career that I’ve always dreamed about,” said Glenn Jones, who graduated from medical school in May and is now doing his residency in pediatrics at University of Maryland Medical Center. Jones, a ...