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Company Top Performers

BERLIN – Hileman Real Estate recently announced its top performers for the month of June.

Terri Bradford, GRI, has been named top sales agent for June. She handles residential sales in Maryland, Delaware and Virginia.

Bethany Drew has been named top listing agent for June.

Bank Promotion

BERLIN – Raymond M. Thompson, President and C.E.O. of Calvin B. Taylor Banking Company has announced Stacy Schaffer has been promoted to product specialist.

Schaffer graduated from Stephen Decatur High School and has had a diverse career background including positions in banking, hospitality and real estate sales. She began her career with Taylor Bank in February 2008 as a teller at the main office. She will be located in the marketing department in the main office in Berlin.

PRMC Adds Doctors

SALISBURY – Peninsula Regional Medical Center recently announced the addition of two doctors.

Shane J. Quiterio, MD was recently granted active staff membership with clinical privileges in the Department of Emergency Services at Peninsula Regional Medical Center. Quiterio, an Emergency Medicine specialist, has joined Emergency Services Associates, PA in Salisbury and is currently providing emergency care in Peninsula Regional’s Robert T. Adkins, M.D. Emergency/Trauma Center.

Justin T. Binstead, DO was recently granted active staff membership with clinical privileges in the Department of Emergency Services at Peninsula Regional Medical Center. Binstead has joined Emergency Services Associates, PA in Salisbury, Maryland and is currently providing emergency care in Peninsula Regional’s Robert T. Adkins, M.D. Emergency/Trauma Center.

Hospital Now Operating NICU

SALISBURY – Peninsula Regional Medical Center recently received designation as a Level IIIA Perinatal Referral Center from the Maryland Institute for Emergency Medical Service Systems (MIEMSS).

This designation allows Peninsula Regional to operate as a Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, or NICU, providing intensive care to infants, including those with very low birth weight and as young as 28 weeks gestational age. The Medical Center earned this designation by showing MIEMSS representatives during an intensive on-site inspection that it possesses the necessary facility, equipment and staffing resources as required by the rigorous standards of Maryland’s Level IIIA program.

“We are very pleased to be able to offer this much needed level of care to the community,” said Alan Newberry, President/CEO of Peninsula Regional Medical Center. “This designation as a NICU verifies our commitment to providing high quality care for even the youngest patients on the Delmarva Peninsula.”

At Peninsula Regional’s NICU, a team of board-certified/eligible Neonatologists, Clinical Nurse Specialists, Neonatal Nurses, Respiratory Therapists and Social Workers work together to provide comprehensive care for premature and critically ill newborns. It combines state-of-the-art technology and experienced care giving in a developmentally supportive and nurturing environment for the newborns and their families. A Neonatologist is available 24 hours a day for consultation with obstetricians and pediatricians. Peninsula Regional Medical Center delivers over 2,200 babies per year. Although the majority of newborns – around 90 percent – are healthy and will not require high-risk intensive care, approximately 220 babies delivered every year at the Medical Center are in need of intensive care. In the past, parents would have to be separated from their sick or premature newborns as they were transported across the Bay Bridge for intensive care. Peninsula Regional’s NICU now allows babies to be treated locally, allowing families to stay together during that critical time.

 “Our Level IIIA designation provides yet another layer of comfort for parents of newborns,” added Regina Kundell, Director of Women’s and Children’s Services for Peninsula Regional. “If you are having a high-risk pregnancy or you experience unexpected complications, it’s reassuring to know that you and your baby will receive excellent care right here, close to home and family.”

Compay Leaders

BETHANY BEACH, Del.. –ResortQuest/Seacoast Realty announced June’s top producers for all nine locations at a recent sales meeting.

Bill Hand of the Marketplace at Sea Colony office received top honors for listing volume for the month of June by an individual. 

Top Llsting volume awards for individual agents by office are: Bill Hand for the Marketplace office; Doug Phillips for the Bayside office; Marc Grimes for the Bear Trap Dunes office; Pam Pridgeon for the Bethany Beach office; Robert Kauffman for the Clarksville office; Gail Phelan for the Edgewater/Sea Colony office; and Wayne Phillips for the Ocean City office.

Tammy Hadder and Anna Meiklejohn of the Marketplace office received top honors for sales volume for the month of June.

Top sales volume awards for individual agents by office are: Tammy Hadder & Anna Meiklejohn for the Marketplace office; Barry Grim for the Bethany Beach office; Robert Kauffman for the Clarksville office; Linda Quasney for the Bayside office; and Wayne Phillips for the Ocean City office.

Team Dayna Feher of the Bethany Beach office received top honors for listing volume and sales volume by a team for the month of June

Top listing volume team awards by office are: Team Dayna Feher of the Bethany Beach office; Team Winwaik for the Marketplace office; and Team Jen/Anne for the Bayside office.

Top sales volume team awards by office are: Team Anne/Jen of the Bayside office; Mike Conover Team for the Bethany Beach office; Team Winwaik for the Marketplace office; and Team Morimoto for the Ocean City office.

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