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44 - CAPE GAZETI'E, Friday, October 9 - October 15, 1998 Local physicians named as Delaware's Top Docs Doctors Mayer Katz, Vincent Killeen, Bruce Topol, Robert Moyer, Antoinette Ptak, David Cloney and Jonathan Paterson were named by "Delaware To- day" as among the top physicians in Delaware. Katz is a vascular surgeon at Delaware Bay Surgical'Ser- vice, with of- rices in Lewes and Milford. He specializes in carotid artery surgery and communi- KATZ ty hospital screenings for abdominal aortic aneurysms. Killeen is an obstetrician/gyne- cologist at Bayside Health Associ- ation, which has offices in Lewes, Milford, Georgetown and Ocean View. Killeen's spe- cial areas of in- terest include menopause, general gyne- cological and laparoscopic KILLEEN surgery, and pregnancy. Moyer, a rheumatologist, prac- tices in Lewes and Dover; he spe- cializes in oste0porosis, inflam- matory arthritis, lupus, gout and psoriatic arthritis. Topoi is a plastic surgeon with offices in Lewes and Milford; he specializes in cosmetic surgery, hand surgery and skin cancer re- constructive surgery. Ptak, a urol- ogist with an office in TOPOL Lewes, spe- cializes in urologic oncology and general adult urology. Cloney, a general surgeon whose office is in Milford, is par- ticularly interested in advanced la- paroscopic procedures and trauma surgery. Paterson, employed by Bayhealth Medical Center-Mil- ford Memorial as a radiologist, has a special interest in interven- tional radiology. The October 1998 issue states that its survey is imperfect, because many good doctors do not make the list, but "Delaware Today" believes its list can be useful to Delawareans. Medical office statff can expand skills at Del Tech Medical office staff can save time and avoid delays and claim denials by improving their coding skills with the CPT, HCPCS & Modifiers course at Delaware Technical & Community College, Owens campus. The course teach- es billing personnel, office admin- istrators, supervisors, financial managers, coders, and other staff how to accurately code inpatient and outpatient procedures using CPT-4, HCPCS codes and modi- fiers. The four-session course meets 6 to 8 p.m., Wednesdays, Oct.21-Nov. 11. The cost is $50; preregistration is required. In ad- dition, a new Medical Insurance Specialist class will be offered in spring 1999. For more informa- tion orto register, call 854-6966. Aneurysm screenings offered in October Beebe Medical Center's vascu- lar laboratory holds free aortic ab- dominal aneurysm screenings every Wednesday and Thursday. Men wishing to be tested must be between 60 and 75, have a history of cigarette smoking, hyperten- sion, coronary artery disease and/or a family history of aortic aneurysm. Females must have a positive history of aneurysm. The screenings are Oct. 14, 15, 21, 22, 28 and 29. To schedule an ap- pointment, call 645-3710. Respiratory info to be at Bridgeville festival The Delaware Tech Respiratory Care Club and the American Lung Association will sponsor a display of information about asthma, smoking cessation, lung disease and the profession of respiratory care at the Apple -Scrapple Festi- val Saturday, Oct. 10, in Bridgeville. There will be free screenings for blood pressure, blood oxygen levels and pul- monary function. Flu shot update Rehoboth Pharmacy to give flu shots Oct. 13 Maxim Health Care Services will offer flu shots from 2 to 6 p.m., Tuesday, Oct. 13, at the Rehoboth Beach Pharmacy. The fee of $12, ex- cept for Medicare Part B subscribers, who are eligible for free shots. Kent Medical Care offering flu vaccinations Kent Medical Center, Dover, offers flu vaccinations beginning Oct. 1. Annual flu vaccinations are recommended because the virus causing in- fluenza differs each year. No appointment is necessary. Kent Medical is open from 7:30 a.m. to 6 p.m, Monday through Friday, and from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., weekends and holidays. For more information, call' 302-678- 1303. Hearing Aids are now a part of the Digital Revolution. Siemens, the rld largest hearing aid manufacturer and global leader in d/#ml sound processing thnolagy, inffduce$ PRILtIMA%/ fu d/g/tat hearing a/d s/gned to/a/rore the way you hear. Digital mnd pttx'sing that surs CDx for tMesant. mjoyable IL, aening all day. PRISMA automatically adapts to changing skuatkms  there's no need fora volume wheel o ,emote cotm,ol device. - Jusa tonch a button on the heating'aid and PRISMA's exclusive TinMic" Systeln ::: ..... you foags on the sounds in from of youo one-ro- D one cmvcrsatio, c all the sounds anmnd you, haeractive adju.ngcs  we use a cnputer to .... , ........ while it's in y.r ear. for .tore informan! l :Jd)   (302) 934-1471 :: I/li '3"; Hearing Aid Associates I[['[l IVlJ .: Sales Repairs Batteries Assistive Devices  allqlttal. 6 Mi. S. of Rt. 9 on Rt. 30 IIIMII. Mon. - Fri. 9-5 Evening & Weekends by Appointment Infant/Child CPR class set for Oct. 15 Beebe Medical Center, in con- junction with the American Heart Association, is offering an infant and child cardiopulmonary resus- citation (CPR) course, Thursday, Oct. 15, in the second-floor edu- cation classroom. The cost is $17. For more information or to regis- ter, call 645-3248. Heartbeats meets at Beebe Oct. 13 Heartbeats, a support group for cardiac patients, their families and other interested parties, meets the second Tuesday of each month from 10 a.m. to noon in the Tun- nell Cancer Center. The next meeting is Oct. 13. The program is sponsored Iy the American Heart Association and Beebe Medical Center. For more information, call 645-3514. Alzheimer's group to meet Oct. 15 A support group for Alzheimer's disease and other mentally impairing diseases meets the third Thursday of each month. The next meeting is scheduled- from 1:30 to 3 p.m., Thursday, Oct. 15. For more information, call Kathy Schlitter at 226-2160. LONG NECK ITED METHODIST CHURCH LONG NECK ROAD & RT. 24 LONG NECK, DELAWARE 19966  Sunday Worship Schedule -- We welcome visitors Contemporary Praise Service - 8:30 a.m. and newcomers/ Traditional Worship Service - 11:00 a.m. Sunday School for all Ages - 9:45 a.m. "Faithful to the Word - Led By the Spirit" 945.9453 (office) Roy. Karen S. Booth, Pastor 945-5311 (parsonage) I ,Mtlltard,h,'l. WtlbaMca/ A/I.D. BOARD BOARD CERTIFIED Walk-in Patients Welcome/ Office Hours: Monday thru Thursday 9 a.m. - 1 p.m. & 2-6 p.m. ee* Friday 9 a.m. - noon lee 1st & 3rd Saturdays of the month 9 a.m. - noon ii;iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii!iii! H MEDICAL CENTER 238 REHOBOTH AVE., REHOBOTH BEACH 22 7-2168 .o,, Insurances Accepted PRIMARY CARE CLINIC INTERNAL MEDICINE Primary Care (Ages 16 years & above) // :l LOCATED ON ROUTE ONE SouTH MIDDLESEX, BETHANY BEACH I CLINIC LOCATED IN THE JACK HICKMAN REAL ESTATE BUILDING % For Appointments Please call 537.1100.