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42 - CAPE GAZETYE, Friday, Sept. 22 - Sept. 28, 2000 ter Emergency Department. Physician News [ )date Dr. Marvel joins Quality tnsights Quality Insights of Delaware, the Medicare Peer Review organi- zation for the state, has announced the inauguration of its board of trustees, furthering its commit- ment to a more active presence in Delaware. The organization previ- ously operated in Delaware as the West Virginia Medical Institute (WVMI) since 1986. John Wiesendanger, chief exec- utive officer of Quality Insights and WVMI, will serve as presi- dent of the board. Balloting for two additional officers, vice presi- dent and secretary/treasurer, will take place by mall. Other members of the inaugural board of trustees are Dr. William H. Duncan, retired family prac- tice/administrative medicine; Dr. Henry A. Kane, pediatric cardiol- ogy; Dr. M. James Lenhard, inter- nal medicine and diabetes and metabolic disease; Joseph M. Let- nauchyn, president and CEO, Delaware Healthcare Association; Dr. James P. Marvel Jr. or- thopaedic sur- gery; Jon C. McDowell, deputy director for compensa- tion, classifica- tion and bene- fits, State of Delaware; Dr. Edward F. Quinn, or- blARVEL thopaedic surgery and president- elect of the Medical Society of Delaware; Dr. Leo W. Raisis, or- thopaedic surgery and vice presi- dent of the Medical Society of Delaware; Dr. Mabel Stevenson, president, WVMI board of trustees; and Prentice C. Tart Sr., beneficiary representative. Administrative staff members of Quality Insights of Delaware the federal government, to protect the rights and improve the health care quality of Medicare benefici- aries. Quality Insights of Delaware staffs a hotline available every weekday to answer questions and hear the concerns of Medicare beneficiaries. Recipients or their representatives can call 800-422- 8804 anywhere in Delaware, from 8:15 a.m. to 5 p.m., Mondays through Fridays, to talk to a staff member. Dr. Kevin Bristowe earns board certification Dr. Kevin Bristowe of Sussex Emergency Associates recently earned his board certification in emergency medical care from the American Board of Emergency Medicine. Bristowe attends pa- tients in the Beebe Medical Cen- Lewes physician add to medical reference text Dr. Gregory A. Bahtiarian served as author to a chapter on scborrheic dermatitis published in "Saunders Manual of Medical Practice," sec- ond edition, re- leased in April A comprehen- sive reference book, with top- ics written by over 450 practi- tioners, the manual ex- BAHTIARIAN plores common symptoms, diseases, management techniques and procedures as well as other less prevalent problems that may lead to complications if overlooked or mishandled. Bahtiarian graduated from the University of Medicine and Den- tistry of New Jersey and complet- ed his residency in family medi- Dr. Bradley T. Lemon is pleased to announce the opening of his new office Southern Delaware Foot & Ankle 505 W. Market Street, Suite C Georgetown, DE 19947 302-855-5800 For Appointments Specializing in limb salvage and diabetic foot care and the medical and surgical treatment of foot and ankle disorder. Most Insurances and HMOs gladly accepted. Fellow, American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons Diplomate, American Board of Podiatric Surgery cine at Womack Army Medical Center in North Carolina in 1994. Bayhealth has new orthopaedic surgeon Dr. Andrew P. Robinson was named to the staff of Bayhealth Medical Center. The orthopaedic surgeon is an associate of Delaware Bone and Joint Special- ists, 800 DuPont Hwy., Milford. Robinson is board certified in or- thopaedics and can be reached at 422-3000. Robinson is a graduate of Mount Sinai School of Medicine in New York. He completed his internship and residency in or- thopaedic surgery at the Universi- ty of Michigan. He was a fellow and associate in sports medicine and shoulder reconstruction at the University of Iowa Hospitals and clinics. Robinson's practice is in general orthopaedics, with a spe- cial focus on sports or other in- juries of the shoulders, knees, hips or a.nkles. Dr. Bradley Lemon opens podiatry office Dr. Bradley T. Lemon recently opened Southern Delaware Foot & Ankle at 505 W. Market St., Suite C, Georgetown. Lemon specializes in limb salvage, dia- betic foot care, and the medical and surgical treatment of foot- and-ankle disorders. Lemon is a fellow at the American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons and a diplomate of the American Board of Podiatric Surgery. To make an appointment, call 855-5800. Have fllV or AIDS? Need help paying for your over the counter meds and supplies? Call 302-644-4791 Want to help someone with AIDS or HIV? Here's how... Volunteer to be a Buddy New Buddy Training starts in September Get a massage from Millennium Massage Tan. t XaV  my Sm C.nW 645-8267 $5.00 will be donated to PLActive's OTC Meds Program Got involved with any AIDS Service Organization For more iofomation call PLAetive at 644-4791 or visit www.zzapp.org/plactive are Daniel E Jones, chief operat- ing officer; Anita C. Ciconte, R.N., BSN, director of clinical re- view; Cynthia Mannis, RN, BSN, director of performance improve- ment; Paula C. Savini, director of communications; Dr. Kent A. Sallee, medical and PEPP direc- tor; Dr. Edward R. Sobel, HCQIP director and Sandra D. Glaser, ex- ecutive assistant. Quality Insights of Delaware is one of a number of organizations contracted by the Health Care Fi- nance Administration, a branch of Briefl,: Free child safety seat check Sept. 22 in Lewes Sussex Pediatrics and the Delaware Office of Highway Safety will sponsor a free child safety seat check from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., Friday, Sept. 22, at the Sussex Pediatrics office, 355 Sa- vannah Road, Lewes. CENTRAL DELAWARE MRI Johns Hopkins Medicine Affiliation Dover Milford Lewes Seaford How do you define Superior MRI? Choice We specialize in OPEN and , High Field MRI. The OPEN system uses the most powerful magnet available in any OPEN MRI. We also feature High-Field MRI for uncompromised quality and speed. . Providing the highest quality MR/possible since 1987. CENTER for OPEN MRI 674-5860 - (888) 674-5860 www.salu.net/OPENMRI