A Week In Business

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Job Fair Announced

BERLIN – Atlantic General Health System will be holding a job fair on Friday, April 4 to meet with prospective candidates for openings in their health system physician offices and Atlantic ImmediCare walk-in clinics. It will be held in the hospital lobby from 9 a.m.-2 p.m.

On-site interviews will be held with qualified candidates for medical office assistants and receptionists, nurse practitioners and physician assistants, as well as physician practice LPNs/RNs.

Those interested can email jobs@atlanticgeneral.org or call 410-641-9612 to register.

 

Company Leaders Named

OCEAN CITY — Ed Wehnert and Mark & Lora Fritschle of the Mark Fritschle Group-Condominium Realty have announced their listing, sales and settlement leaders for February.

Top listing agents by unit were Joy Snyder, Sheri Smith, Mia McCarthy, Rusty Molnar, Katherine Wright and Leslie Smith.

Top listing agents by volume were Joy Snyder, Bill Hart and Katherine Wright.

Top selling agents by units were Sheri Smith, Kevin Decker and Joy Snyder.

Top settled agents by units were Joy Snyder, Kevin Decker, Sheri Smith and Nick Bobenko.

Top settled agents by volume were Joy Snyder, Nick Bobenko and Kevin Decker

 

Feb. Market Report Issued

BERLIN — February existing home sales decreased slightly, but average and median price continued to rise, according to the Maryland Association of REALTORS®.

Units sold declined by 0.02 percent, eight homes, compared to February of 2013, while average price rose by more than $19,000, or 7.2 percent, and median price increased more than $17,000, a gain of 7.7 percent.

“It’s not surprising that February sales were essentially flat compared to last year, given that it was one of the worst months in a winter season of unusually harsh weather,” said MAR President Russ Boyce. “That accounts for the half-month increase in inventory and the dip in pending sales as well. But continued price increases indicate that consumer demand remains strong, and the spring selling season is likely to be robust.”

Maryland monthly housing statistics are compiled by data as reported by MRIS and the Coastal Association of REALTORS®. The data is available through www.mdrealtor.org

 

Program Completed

OCEAN CITY — Peggy Holt, insurance advisor at Insurance Management Group Inc., of Ocean City, has successfully completed a rigorous insurance education program sponsored by the Society of Certified Insurance Counselors, which is the largest provider of professional insurance education and research.

Holt has demonstrated her professional competence through the successful completion of the five CIC institutes and comprehensive written examinations focusing on all major fields of insurance, insurance management and agency operations.

 

Enroll Day On Tap

BERLIN – On April 15, from 9 a.m.-1 p.m. in the hospital lobby, Atlantic General Hospital will hold Enroll Delmarva Day, a day its patient financial services department has dedicated to assisting the community with health insurance information. 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 information on healthcare coverage.

“The enrollment event serves to provide education and assistance on Medicaid eligibility and the AGH Financial Assistance program,” said Mickey Griffin, “as well as provide information related qualified health plans for the health insurance exchange.”

Atlantic General Hospital’s financial services department will be joined by representatives from Riverside Health, Delaware Social Services, Maryland Social Services, Worcester County Health Department, The Worcester County Health Department – Lower Shore Health Insurance Assistance Program, and Atlantic General Financial Counselors who can address any specific questions or concerns about their programs.

AGH financial assistance applications will also be available.  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.

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