Walters presents Dr. Newmier with award

CAMBRIDGE — David Walters of Cambridge gave his doctor an unexpected gift while he having his regular check up Aug. 11. Mr. Walters has cerebral palsy, a condition which is defined by marked impaired muscle coordination. He has been a patient of Dr. Eugene Newmier for 12 years, during which time they have developed a […]

Walters presents Dr. Newmier with award

CAMBRIDGE — David Walters of Cambridge gave his doctor an unexpected gift while he having his regular check up Aug. 11. Mr. Walters has cerebral palsy, a condition which is defined by marked impaired muscle coordination. He has been a patient of Dr. Eugene Newmier for 12 years, during which time they have developed a […]

Locals work to help Cameron Parish

CAMBRIDGE — When Category 4 Hurricane Laura came ashore in Louisiana two weeks ago, it brought devastating damage to Cameron Parish. The area is well known to many in Dorchester, as the site of the annual Louisiana Fur and Wildlife Festival. The hurricane made landfall Aug. 27, near Cameron. It was the tenth-strongest U.S. hurricane […]

Auxiliary has served patients since 1952

CAMBRIDGE — The ESHC Auxiliary was chartered in 1952. “We join other local organizations attempting to maintain status quo making our way through COVID-19,” a statement from the group said. “Never in our 68-year history have we witnessed or experienced anything close to the current pandemic.” The Mission of the ESHC Auxiliary is to offer […]

Akintade in DNPs of Color Board of Directors

BALTIMORE — The University of Maryland School of Nursing’s (UMSON) Bimbola F. Akintade, PhD ’11, MS ’05, MBA, MHA, BSN ’03, CCRN, ACNP-BC, NEA-BC, assistant professor and associate dean for the Master of Science in Nursing program, has been appointed to the Doctors of Nursing Practice (DNPs) of Color inaugural Board of Directors. DNPs of […]

Mayo, Rosen join UM Shore Medical Group-Surgery

EASTON — Kyle Maio, physician assistant, and Kelsey Rosen, nurse practitioner, joined UM Shore Medical Group – Surgery this summer. Maio, a graduate of Salisbury University, earned his physician assistant certificate in 2019 through the joint program offered by Anne Arundel Community College and the University of Maryland at Baltimore. In the course of that […]

County Council opposes removal of medivac

CAMBRIDGE — At their Aug. 4 meeting, Dorchester County Council members voted unanimously to fight the possible defunding of Maryland State Police Aviation’s Trooper 6 medivac helicopter. The Maryland Board of Public Works, comprised on Treasurer Nancy Copp, Governor Larry Hogan and Mr. Franchot, met on July 22 and by a vote of 2-1 approved […]

Eisemann, Feather are Health Care Heroes

EASTON — UM Shore Regional Health Respiratory Therapy team members Director Steve Eisemann and Manager Lyndsey Feather were recognized with other members of their department as Health Care Heroes last week for their success in adapting telemedicine to the respiratory care of COVID-19 patients. Eisemann and Feather were acutely aware of the need to preserve […]

Peninsula Wound & Hyperbaric Center awarded

SALISBURY — Peninsula Regional Medical Center (PRMC) physicians, leaders and clinicians were again honored recently with the Center of Distinction Award, which was presented to Peninsula Wound & Hyperbaric Center by Healogics, the nation’s largest provider of advanced wound care services. The Center achieved outstanding clinical outcomes for 12 consecutive months, including patient satisfaction higher […]

Nursing Team gives back with a food drive

CAMBRIDGE — The University of Maryland Shore Regional Health Nursing team organized a food drive this month to help children, seniors and all those suffering from the economic impact of Covid-19. The drive was planned as a response to the generous outpouring of community support during the pandemic, and especially during Health Care Heroes Week, […]

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