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Beebe Medical Cenl:ec e'e New Beebe Medical Center medical/dental staff officers have been elected for a new two-year term. The new officers, elected by the entire med- ical/dental staff, are Dr. Pravin O. Go- hel, president, who will suc- ceed Dr. James Lockard; Dr. Jeffrey J. Heckert, vice president; Dr. SALIBA Kathleen Romain, secretary-trea- surer; and Dr. Anis Saliba, who was re-elected chief of staff. Gohel, a cardiologist, has been affiliated with Beebe since December 1980. He served his in- ternship and residency at Catholic Med- ical Center of Brooklyn & Queens, New GOHEL York. He received his medical de- gree from Grant Medical College, Uni- versity of Bom- bay, India. He is board certi- fied in cardiol- ogy and inter- nal medicine. Lockard, a radiologist af- LOCKARD filiated with Beebe since Septem- ber 1986, completed his internship at St. Francis Hospital in Pitts- burgh, and served a residency at the Medical Center of Delaware, Newark. He re- ceived his med- ical degree at Jefferson Med- ical College, Philadelphia. He is board cer- tified in diag- nostic radiolo- gY. HECKERT Heckert is a family physician who joined Beebe in 1992. He completed his internship in family medicine and his residency at the Medical Cen- ter of Delaware, Newark. Heckert Massage Continued from page 37 "It's an option that we want to offer our residents and our staff," Dole said. "Family members would also be welcome to come in for massage. We primarily want people here to have the opportuni- ty to participate in something that is healthful and can reduce stress." Ashby said that some business- es even encourage employees to schedule appointments in clusters. She said documentation shows raised morale and reduced absen- teeism in workplaces where em- ployees regularly have chair mas- sage. Ashby is affiliated with Cape H.enlopen Massage Therapists and she also works independently. Fore information on services that she offers at Harbor Health Care, call Dole or Terri O'Neal, 645-4664. Caregiver meeting set in Milford Tuesday, July 7 The Kent/Sussex Advisory Council of the Delaware Alzheimer's As- sociation will hold its next caregiver meeting for the Milford area at 10 a.m., Tuesday, July 7, at the Reformation Lutheran Church, Milford. The meeting is to acquaint people in Kent and Sussex counties, who are directly or indirectly affected by Alzheimer's. with the services avail- able through the Aizheimer's Association. In addition, caregiver practi- tioners will be available for those needing caregivcr programs. For more information or directions, ca11-422-9117, 934-7919 or 800- 219-7666. CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, July 3 - July 9, 1998 - 39 :cts new officers for medical/dental received his medical degree from Jefferson Medical College, Philadelphia, and is board certi- fied in family practice. Pathologist Kathleen Romain joined Beebe Medical Center in November 1994. She received her medical de- gree from Cam- bridge Univer- sity Clinical School, Adden- brooke's Hos- pital, Cam- bridge, Eng- ROMAIN land. She is board certified in anatomic and clinical pathology. staff Anis Saliba, a surgeon, has been with Beebe Medical Center since February 1968. He completed an internship at Coney Island Hospital, Brooklyn, N.Y., and served his residency in general surgery at Coney Island Hospital and St. Vincent's Charity Hospital, Cleveland. Saliba is board certified in general, tho- racic, cardiovascular and surgical critical care. "My Gramma lost 0 pounds. She is so much fun to be with!" Rene Kowalski's Grandson, Matt Call 644-2990 IT'S I',,EVER AN EASY DECI00;ION TO MAKE. But sometimes, the care needed is greater than even the most loving family member can provide. Lewes Convalescent Center provides comprehensive 24-hour nursing home care, close to home and loved ones. Loving and caring environment ' 26 years of nursing home experience Professionally certified staff Clean, attractive decor On-site physical therapy and occupational therapy Bright dining room with excellent meals Enclosect outdoor COtlrtVZrC 1 High level of security Respite stav available Owned and operated by Beebe Medical Center Beebe Medical Center Lewes Convalescent Center Stop in or callJuanita Roberts to arrange a personal tour, 645-6606. 440 MARKET STREET, LEWES, DE 19958