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CAPE GAZETTE - Tuesday, June  - Thursday, June 7, 2007 - 33 Dr. Phil Bailey joins Sussex Emergency Associates at Beebe Dr. Phil Parker BaileY has joined the Beebe Medical Center medical staff and is a member of Sussex Emergency Associates in Lewes. He will be working full time in the Beebe Medical Center Emergency Department. Bailey earned his degree in osteopathic medicine from Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine in Philadelphia. He completed his residency in emergency medicine at Albert Einstein Medical Center, also in Philadelphia, where he served as chief resident from 2006 to 2007. Bailey's interest in medicine started in college, when he earned his bachelor of science degree in emergency medical systems man- agement from George Washington University, where he made the dean's list sev- eral times. Upon graduat- ing, he accept- ed a position as a paramedic with Sussex County Emergency Medical BAILEY Services, where he served until 1999, when he entered medical school. "It's exciting to know I'm com- ing back home to friends, family and coworkers in Sussex County," said Bailey. "What equipped me for my training in Philadelphia was the combined advice and encouragement of local doctors and nurses, paramedics, profes- sors and prior patients. I'm happy I'm getting to return, to contribute I Youth fitness to the quality patient care our neighbors and guests deserve." Bailey is certified to teach advanced cardiac life support, basic cardiac life support, basic trauma life support and remedial and continuing paramedic educa- tion. He is also certified in pedi- atric advanced life support and prehospital trauma life support. Among the research projects he has engaged in was a study on the outcome of prehospital continu- ous positive airway pressure with patients who have acute respirato- ry distress. A licensed private pilot, Bailey is also a certified international dive rescue specialist. He has been involved in numerous pro- fessional committees with Sussex County Emergency Medical Services. He is also a member of Continued from page 32 music on the computer and even learn how to draw legal graffiti. "We're bringing in a group to teach the dance steps and the positive culture to hip hop because so many children are into it," Tindall said. Quest Fitness in Lewes just opened its Kids Quest room, which features a circuit of rotating exercises for children including tumbling, sit-ups, body weights and cardio workouts. "I'm a new parent with a 2-year-old and a 3-month-old, and I want my kids to live an active lifestyle like I did," said owner Matt Carter. "There's a lot of youth activity in the area, but at the same time youth obesity is on the rise." Carter said Quest members asked him to make something available to their children to start living healthy early. "They are my future members. You don't start determining a healthy lifestyle as a freshman in high school. It has to be ingrained," he said. He also has a variety of adventure sport camps such that teach youths how to kayak, mountain bike, rock climb and explore outdoor fitness. 'This" year our whole focus in children's fitness," Carter said. Contact Molly Albertson at malbertson @ capegazette.corn. Children running and exercising outside at the Shields Elementary School playground are (l-r) Ju Kim, 9; Jordan Stevenson, 9; and Brendan Doherty, 9. Parents should encour- age their children to stay fit during the sum- mer with physical activity. the American Association of Association of Emergency Emergency Medicine, American Medical Services Physicians and College of Osteopathic Family the Pennsylvania chapter of Physicians, Society for Academic American College of Emergency Emergency Medicine, National Physicians. State chamber sponsors lunchtime lecture series on cancer Registration has opened for the Wilmington. Delaware State Chamber of Advocates of Hope continues in Commerce's 2007 Advocates of September at Ruddertowne and Hope Lecture Series. Lunchtime concludes in October at the Dover events will be held in each of Sheraton. Delaware's three counties to deliv- Each event will also include a er information about cancer, pre- panel discussion on risk reduction vention and available resources to and survivorship moderated by employers and their employees. Patricia Hoge of the American The luncheon series kicks off Cancer Society. Wednesday, June 20, with Vince Online registration is available Papale, former Philadelphia for all three events at Eagles walk-on and the subject of www.dscc.com or at the movie "Invincible." www.delcf.org/events.php. Papale became the oldest rookie The Advocates of Hope 2007 in NFL history when he tried out Lecture Series is dedicated to the for the Philadelphia Eagles at the memory of Brad Hublein of age of 30 and made the team. Wilmington Trust, who passed He eventually became a team away in 2007 after, a three-year captain and played in the NFL for battle with leukemia? . 'i four years. Papale Wansferred his Sponsorships are available. determination on the football field Donations can be made to The to his fight with carer when he Advocates of Hope Fund, c/o The was diagnosed with colon cancer Delaware Community Foundation, in 2001. PO Box 1636, W'flrnington, DE Papale's appearance is span- 19899-1636. sored by the Helen E Graham Depending on the level of con- Cancer Center at Christiana Care. tribution, donors will be recog- The event will be at Delaware nized in Advocates of Hope pro- National Country Club in motional material. Amazing Breakthrough Sciatica Treatment! The DRX 9000 is FDA approved and has been very successful in treating the pain and symptoms associated with herniated and/or bulging discs...even after failed surgery. The DRX 9000 Works for... 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