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Hospital To Hold Enroll Delmarva Day

BERLIN – On April 11, Atlantic General Hospital will hold Enroll Delmarva Day, an event its patient financial services department has dedicated to assisting the community with health insurance coverage.

During this event, uninsured Marylanders can learn more about available health care coverage options and receive guidance in filling out plan applications. Atlantic General will have financial counselors on hand to answer questions and assist with the forms.

“As part of our ongoing assistance to our community, financial counselors are always available to assist our patients in need,” said Mickey Griffin, director of patient financial services at Atlantic General. “The enrollment event serves to increase the visibility of our financial counseling services, and we encourage the community to take advantage of this opportunity.”

Atlantic General Hospital’s financial counseling staff will be joined by representatives from Priority Partners, the Worcester County Health Department and Worcester County Social Services who can address any specific questions or concerns about their programs.

AGH financial assistance applications will also be available for those who qualify.  It is the policy of Atlantic General Hospital/Health System to provide medically necessary services at no charge or at a reduced cost to all eligible individuals who are unable to pay according to the hospital’s guidelines.

If you or one of your dependents has qualified for PAC (Primary Adult Care), free or reduced school lunches, energy assistance, the Food Stamp program, or WIC (Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants & Children) and you have an outstanding balance in good standing at Atlantic General Hospital that you cannot afford to pay, you may qualify for the hospital’s Financial Assistance program. 

Financial assistance is available to all qualifying patients without discrimination on the grounds of race, color, national origin, age, gender, religion or creed.

Those who may be eligible for State Medical Assistance need to apply to the state before being considered for Atlantic General’s financial assistance program.

For questions prior to Enroll Delmarva Day, call 410-629-6026.

Top Agents Announced

BERLIN — Shamrock Realty Group announced Mary Burgess was named the top listing agent at the company in February. Burgess joined Shamrock Realty Group in 2010 and has consistently been a top producer. She is licensed to sell real estate in Maryland.

Jim Volk was the company’s top sales agent for the month of February. He has been with the company since 2009. He maintains real estate licenses in Maryland and Delaware.

New Employees Welcomed
SALISBURY — Becker Morgan Group recently announced three new additions.

Kelly M. McCullen joins the firm as an Administrative Assistant and brings 14 years of office experience. McCullen’s responsibilities include administrative support for the Salisbury office.

Sarah E. Rigot, LEED AP is an Architectural Designer in the Salisbury office. She is a graduate of Virginia Tech with a Masters of Architecture. Rigot’s project experience with Becker Morgan Group includes Red Clay New Elementary School in Wilmington, Del.; Laurel High School/Middle School in Laurel, Del.; and Ocean City Convention Center Phase II-Theater in Ocean City.

Nadine M. Brittingham joins the Salisbury office as a Graphic Designer. She graduated with an Associates of Fine Arts in Graphic Design & Illustration from the Delaware College of Art and Design. Brittingham will provide graphic support for all three offices.

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