Atlantic General Hospital recently awarded the Daisy Award for excellence in nursing to Registered Nurse Patty Tull at a recent presentation. Tull currently works in Surgical Services and has worked at Atlantic General Hospital since 2006. Winning the Daisy award was unexpected. “Deciding to go back to school and changing my life and career, I always hoped to change and add to someone’s life. This award makes me feel like I am becoming the nurse I always dreamed of hopefully being one day. I hope to continue being just that nurse,” said Tull, who is pictured center with Case Manager Bett Weaver and Patient Care Services Vice President Colleen Wareing. Submitted Photo
Contractors Breaks Ground On New Snow Hill Project
SNOW HILL — Gillis Gilkerson announced the ground breaking for a new multi-purpose recreational building for Spence Baptist Church in Snow Hill. The 7,600-square-foot building will be built by the Gillis Gilkerson team on church property at 4824 Paw Paw Creek Road in Snow Hill.
“The partnership we established with Spence Baptist Church allows us to help the congregation foster future growth with the youth of the congregation,” said Dwight Miller, president of Gillis Gilkerson. “We look forward to completion of the building and the opportunities it provides for the church community.”
The one-story fellowship facility will include a multipurpose banquet hall, a youth game room, kitchen, storage and amenities. The facility will be a pre-engineered steel frame building system with a concrete foundation and reinforced monolithic floor slab.
“The Gillis Gilkerson team has been instrumental in helping our congregation reach this milestone,” said Bob Shockley, Spence Baptist Church building committee member. “Our vision is finally becoming a reality. We are very excited about the offerings and opportunities this project will bring our church community and the youth of our congregation.”
SALISBURY — Peninsula Regional Medical Center (PRMC) has been recognized for a seventh consecutive year as one of the nation’s Most Wired Hospitals, according to the results of the 2016 Most Wired Survey released in the July issue of the American Hospital Association’s (AHA) Health & Hospitals Networks magazine.
PRMC has been honored by the AHA with a Most Wired Award or Most Improved Hospital Award a total of nine times in the 18 years of the survey for its use of Information Technology (IT) in support of medication and patient safety, information exchange and data protection.
The survey of 680 participants, representing an estimated 2,146 hospitals, examines how organizations are leveraging IT to improve performance for value-based health care.
“As Peninsula Regional and the nation’s healthcare system transitions to more integrated and patient-centered care away from the traditional hospital setting, the use of information technology to better connect patient with provider is essential in providing each the knowledge and information necessary to make informed healthcare decisions about treatment and care options,” said PRMC Chief Information Officer Ray Adkins.
New Chef Announced
REHOBOTH BEACH — Scott Kammerer, president of SoDel Concepts in Rehoboth Beach, recently announced that Andrew Feeley has been named the chef of Bluecoast Seafood Grill in North Bethany Beach, one of nine restaurants owned by the hospitality group.
A 2006 graduate of The Restaurant School at Walnut Hill College in Philadelphia, Feeley has worked at some of Delaware’s most celebrated establishments, including the Hotel du Pont and Domaine Hudson, both in Wilmington, and Nage and Eden in Rehoboth Beach. He also worked at Deux Cheminees, a landmark French restaurant in Philadelphia, which was owned by the late Fritz Blank.
“We realize how fortunate we are to have a chef of this caliber in our flagship restaurant,” said Doug Ruley, corporate chef for SoDel Concepts. “Andy has developed a tremendous reputation – and for good reason. He’s an unbelievably talented and a great leader in the kitchen. We’re so pleased to have him on the SoDel Concepts team.”