Blog Posts in September, 2014

09.29.2014
Atlantic General Hospital To Hold Diabetes Education Workshop

Berlin, Md. – Atlantic General Hospital has added a diabetes workshop to its list of education opportunities throughout the community. This workshop will be held weekly at the Worcester Youth and Family Counseling Center in Berlin from October ...

09.29.2014
ATLANTIC GENERAL HOSPITAL TO PROVIDE HEALTH SCREENINGS AT UPCOMING HEALTH FAIR IN OCEAN PINES

Berlin, Md. – Atlantic General Hospital and Peninsula Regional Medical Center are collaborating with the Ocean Pines Association and its Communications Advisory Committee to offer a Free Health Fair to the community. The event will be held ...

09.29.2014
ATLANTIC GENERAL HOSPITAL PROVIDES FREE FLU SHOTS

Berlin, Md. – Frequent handwashing and avoiding close contact with those who are sick certainly helps but, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the best way to prevent the flu is getting a flu vaccine each year. As ...

09.16.2014
ATLANTIC GENERAL HOSPITAL AND HEALTH SYSTEM WELCOMES NURSE PRACTITIONER AMANDA WAINWRIGHT TO THE OCEAN VIEW INTERNAL MEDICINE OFFICE

Berlin, Md. – Atlantic General Hospital is happy to announce that nurse practitioner Amanda Wainwright has joined joining Barbara Socha, MD, in her Ocean View, Del., office to provide internal medicine care. Wainwright brings more than seven ...

09.15.2014
My journey By Mel

Today I'm going to introduce a patient of ours at Atlantic Bariatric Center. Her name is Mel and she's just started our bariatric surgery program. She's going to share her experience over the next few months. I hope you enjoy her story. ...

09.15.2014
Atlantic General Hospital Foundation plans for Annual Golf Classic

Berlin, Md. – The Atlantic General Hospital Foundation’s 21 st Annual Fall Golf Classic will take place on Tuesday, September 23 rd on the Newport Bay and Seaside courses of Ocean City Golf Club. Carousel Oceanfront Hotel and Condominiums ...

09.15.2014
AGH ANNOUNCES STEPPING ON PROGRAM AT INDIAN RIVER SENIOR CENTER

Falls are the leading cause of injury and death among those ages 65 and older. In 2008, 2.1 million non-fatal fall injuries among older adults were treated in emergency departments, resulting in more than 559,000 hospitalizations. Twenty to thirty ...