BERLIN – Atlantic General Hospital recently announced two appointments to its medical staff.
Wendy Subasic, PA-C, graduated from the College of Notre Dame in Maryland with her bachelor of arts degree in biology and obtained her masters in physician’s assistant’s studies from Townsend University She is a member of the American Academy of Physician Assistants and board certified by the National Commission on Certification of Physician Assistants.
Christine Martindale, PA-C, graduated as a physician assistant from Kettering College of Medical Arts in Kettering, Ohio. She is a member of the American Academy of Physician Assistants and board certified by the National Commission on Certification of Physician Assistants.
Neat Joins Wor-Wic Board
SALISBURY — Gov. Martin O’Malley recently appointed Martin T. Neat of Salisbury to the Board of Trustees of Wor-Wic Community College.
Neat is president and chief executive officer of First Shore Federal Savings & Loan Association, having held that position since 1991.
He is vice chairman of the board of trustees of Peninsula Regional Medical Center, chairman of the general public fundraising campaign for the Salisbury Zoo, a board member and past chairman of Salisbury Neighborhood Housing Service and past chairman of the board of the United Way and Community Foundation, among other offices.
Neat is also a member of the American Bankers Association, Governor O’Malley’s Federal Facilities Advisory Board, the investment committee for the Community Foundation, treasurer of the Magi Fund and a member and past chairman of the Greater Salisbury Committee.
In 2002, Neat chaired a capital campaign at Wor-Wic that raised $3 million for technology, nursing and child care.
He has two master’s degrees from Salisbury University in business administration and history and an undergraduate degree from Frostburg State University.
SALISBURY — Sperry Van Ness – Miller Commercial Real Estate, headquartered in Salisbury, has earned the Accredited Management Organization (AMO) accreditation from the Institute of Real Estate Management (IREM), an affiliate of the National Association of Realtors.
The AMO accreditation is awarded to real estate firms that have a track record of high performance, experience, stability and financial accountability and have a Certified Property Manager (CPM) directing and supervising the real estate management team. In addition, AMO firms must abide by a rigorous Code of Professional Ethics that is strictly enforced by the Institute.
Sperry Van Ness – Miller Commercial Real Estate, with offices in Salisbury, Wilmington, Del., Laurel, Del. and Lewes, Del., provides advisory, brokerage, consultation, and leasing services to clients in Maryland and Delaware, and asset and property management in Maryland, Delaware and Virginia. SVN-Miller is currently ranked #2 for Sperry Van Ness and has the largest market share of any one SVN office.
Amy Miller, CPM serves as the firm’s Executive CPM and is managing director of property management with over 20 years of commercial real estate management experience. Miller received a Masters of Business Administration from Salisbury University after attending Elon University for undergraduate work. Miller serves on the board of directors for the Eastern Shore March of Dimes and the Salisbury University Foundation.
Director Wins Award
SALISBURY — MAC Inc., the Area Agency on Aging, has announced Executive Director Peggy Bradford has been awarded the Marylander of the Year award from the Maryland Gerontological Association.
The ceremony took place during the 29th Annual MGA Conference in June at the Charlestown Retirement Community in Catonsville. The award was presented by The Honorable Gloria Lawlah, Secretary of Aging, Maryland Department of Aging, and James Macgill, Jr., Management Consultant to Health and Human Services Organizations.
Bradford has been recognized for her exceptional leadership on behalf of Maryland’s Older Adults and their families. She has served as executive director of MAC Inc. since 1979. MAC is the Area Agency on Aging for Dorchester, Somerset, Wicomico and Worcester counties.