Roberta Lilly, MD, medical director for University of Maryland Shore Regional Health’s Breast Center and Christopher Levey, MD, medical director for radiology for UM Shore Regional Health, will kick off the “Ask the Expert” Series on Tuesday, October 1 with a free educational talk about “What is New and What is Old in Breast Cancer Care.” The talk takes place at 7:00 p.m. at UM Shore Medical Pavilion at Queenstown, located at 125 Shoreway Drive in Queenstown.
Current dates and locations for the Ask the Expert series include:
Roberta Lilly, MD, UM Shore Regional Breast Center and Christopher Levey, MD, “What is New and What is Old in Breast Cancer Care,” 7:00 p.m, UM Shore Medical Pavilion at Queenstown;Richard Fritz, MD, Shore Pediatrics, “Keeping your Children Healthy this Season,” Tuesday, October 8, 7:00 p.m., Talbot County Library, Easton;
Khalid Kurtom, MD, Chesapeake Neurological Surgery, LLC, “Management of Back Pain,” Wednesday, October 9, 7:00 p.m., Caroline County Public Library, Denton;
Anna Ahn, MD, Midshore Pulmonary Associates, “Living Well with Obstructive Lung Disease,” Thursday, October 24, 2:00 p.m., Talbot Senior Center, Easton;
Duane Cespedes, MD, Shore Comprehensive Urology/The Continence and Pelvic Health Center, “Fixing the Leaky Faucet: Evaluation and Treatment of Urinary Incontinence,” Tuesday, November 5, 7:00 p.m., UM Shore Medical Pavilion at Queenstown.
“Ask the Expert,” is a free community health program sponsored by UM Shore Regional Health. The “Ask the Expert” series is an ongoing program that will be offered throughout the year. The next seminar series takes place in early 2014. Seating is limited; please RSVP to Cathy Wright at 410-822-1000, ext. 5222 or email@example.com.
Pictured back row (left to right) are Priscilla Engle, RN; Jacalyn Bradley, RN; Lynn Crouch, RN; San¬dy Simmons, RN; Patty MacDougall, MSN, RNC, Manager, Women’s & Children’s Services; Vonnie Rosemary, RN: Karen Van Trieste, RN. Pictured front row are Connie Edwards, RN; Linda Warren, RN; Julie Callahan, RN; and Melissa Smith, RN.
Members of the UM Shore Regional Health Birthing Center team recently traveled to Delaware to attend a conference focused on breastfeeding. Shore Regional Health’s Birthing Center at the UM Shore Medical Center at Easton delivers about 1,000 babies annually, but its services and care for new mothers continue during the days, weeks and even months following delivery. An important priority of the Birthing Center is to educate all new mothers under its care about the benefits and management of breastfeeding so that they have the knowledge and resources needed to make informed decisions about the care of their newborns.
Jenni Chambers, MS, RN is a valued member of the Pediatric Unit team who works hard to bring about improvements. Oriented to work on both the Pediatric unit and the Birthing Center, Jenni routinely changes her schedule and comes in when extra help is needed. A member of the Clinical Practice Committee and the Documentation Committee, Jenni is a Level VI RN and recently earned her MS degree. She actively assists her colleagues in preparing for their certification, and always helpful to the clinical coordinator and manager. Jenni also teaches the Safe Sitter class, works for the Shore Regional Health Asthma Camp, and in her free time, she works for Talbot County Public Schools as a nurse so that children with disabilities are accompanied on field trips. Congratulations, Jenni!