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Berlin, Md. – The Atlantic General Hospital Foundation was recently the recipient of a $15,000 gift from the Hal Glick Distinguished Service Award Gala for its commitment to serving the community and its visitors. The Glick Award started in ...

Winter/Spring 2015 Edition

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From the President

I hope you enjoyed reading this issue of Atlantic General Hospital’s On Call publication. In this issue you read about the various clinical programs that we have added or expanded over the past year. Investing in the expansion of our services ...

What is the Appropriate Level of Health Care: Outpatient Observation, Extended Care Recovery or Inpatient Admission?

Hospitals across the country are evaluating the manner in which patients are classified when they receive services in the hospital setting. As a result of changes in our regulatory systems, we are now required to implement a process that clearly ...

AGH Patient wins USA Triathlon Championship after Hip Fracture Repair

When 67-year-old David McNeely was struck by a car and sustained a fractured hip while cycling in Fenwick Island on July 4th weekend in 2009, his first reaction was to get up and attempt to walk his mangled bike the six blocks home. Although he ...

2011 Penguin Swim with Team Welsh

Mary Ann Welsh is the proud mother of five men, but only rarely does she get to see them and their families all at one time. One of those rare occasions was this past New Year’s when they all came together to celebrate the 50th birthday of her ...

Ocean Pines Diabetes Support Group Lends a Shoulder

In 2005, Ellen Lurz relocated with her husband, Ray, to the Pines from Baltimore, a move that many area residents made at one time or another, but one that she was not entirely comfortable with. She had to leave behind the only family she had in ...

The New

Atlantic General Hospital launched its overhauled web site on January 18, a fresh-faced version that offers more health information, articles and videos than before as well as a search feature and a more intuitive structure that makes navigation ...

Fighting Cancer at AGH

Sarah Cooper sits in the infusion chair receiving her round of chemotherapy prep – Aloxi to prevent nausea and a steroid followed by Benadryl – through the tubing connected to the IV port hidden under her clothes. This part of the process ...

Winter/Spring 2010 Issue

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