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Briefly Monihan recognized for adistrative efforts E. James Monihan, vice presi- dent of administration and chief compliance of- ricer for Beebe Medical Cen- ter, has recent- ly received the Distinguished Healthcare Ex- ecutive Re- gent's Award from the Amer- ican College of MONIRAN Healthcare Executives. The award was given in recog- nition of Mbnihan's contributions toward the achievement of goals of the American College of Healthcare Executives and the en- hancement of healthcare manage- ment excellence. "This is a great honor and a humbling experience. I very much appreciate this award," Monihan said. Overeaters Anonymous meets twice weekly Overeaters Anonymous meets at 6 p.m., Wednesdays, at Epworth United Methodist Church in Re- hoboth Beach and at 6 p.m., Sun- days, at St. Peter's Episcopal Church, Second and Mulberry streets, Lewes. For more informa- tion, call 644-0441. Therapeutic yoga offered Jan. 7 to Feb. 25 Beebe Medical Center Depart- ment of Integrative Health will of- fer a therapeutic yoga class from Jan. 7 to Feb. 25. The cost of the program is $80; beginners are welcome. For more information, call 645-3528. Class for parents-to-be set Jan. 5 to Feb. 9 Great Expectations, a prepara- tion for parenthood class, is 0f, feredin the second-flooreducation classroom, every Ttiesdayevening from Jan. 5 to Feb." 9, at Beeebe Medical Center. The course, taught by specially trained mater nity nurses, provides mothers-to- be and fathers,to-be with informa- tion about the labor process, the birthing experience, the post-par- turn period, breast feeding and ad- justing to the newTamity: TO pre= register, call 645-3726. Beebe's rehab services expands to Millsboro site Beebe Medical Center's Reha- bilitation ServiCes .has expanded its services to an additional loca- tion at 230 Mitchell Street in Millsboro. The same quality reha- bilitation support will be offered at this location, as at the Lewes Baylis Rehabilitation Center in the hospital. Both physical and occupational therapy will be available from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Fridays in Mills- boro. The Baylis Rehabilitation Center opened in November 1995, in the new clinical building at Beebe Medical Center in Lewes.. To make an appointment for phys- ical therapy in Millsboro, call 934-1500. Food program set for Jan. 6 to Feb. 4 Eight Weeks to Better Health, a program providing information about new foods, exercise and mind/body programs, will be of- feted through the Beebe Medical Center Department of Integrative Health, Jan. 6 through Feb. 24. For more information, call 645- 3528. Beebe to undergo accreditation Jan. 11-13 The Joint Commission on Ac- creditation of Healthcare Organi- zations will conduct an accredita- tion survey of Beebe Medical Cen- ter on Jan. 11-13. The survey will evaluate the organization's com- pliance with nationally established Joint Commission standards, and the results will be used to deter- mine whether, and under what conditions, accreditation should be awarded the organization. The standards deal with organi- zational quality of care issues and the safety of the environment in which care is provided. Anyone who thinks they have pertinent in- formation about such matters can request a public information inter- view with the Joint Commission's field representatives. Requests should be made in writing and should be addressed to: Division of Accreditation Operations, Or- ganization Liaison, Joint Com- mission of Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations, One Renaissance Boulevard, Oak- brook Terrace, IL 60181. Mental Health Access welcomes Mittal to staff Dr. Peeyush Mittal has joined Mental HealthAccess ('!I-I'A) in its LeWes, office, located at the Red Mill Center, Mitta[recentty completed his psychiatric reside#" -- cy training at Harvard University, ;rod comes to MHA with an ex- pertise in psychopharmaeological evaluation and treatment of ado- lescent, adult and geriatri pa- tients. "The addition of Dr. Mittal to our Lewes office further expands the accessibility of our services," said Dr.. Randy Rummier, director of MHA. "Currently, many of our patients must travel up to 1/2 hour for services. We hope  this ex- pansion of services better meets their needs." .. MHA currently has Offices in Dover, Seaford and Ocean View, in addition to its new Lewes loca- tion. MHA provides psychiatric services as well as individual. marital and family therapies. "We strive to be. on the cutting edge of medical treatment of psychiatric CAPE.GAZETTE, Thursday, December 24-Icember 30, 1998. 35 illness. However we also Strive to  , , : teach patients how 'to be their own antidepressant or anti-anxiety agent to reduce or eliminate the need for medicition," Rummier said. "We rind that when patients combine medication with skills learned in short-term psychothera- py, gains are much more rapid and sustained." MHA accepts most major insur- ers with no referral needed. Ap- pointments can be made for Lewes office at 467 Highway One by calling the central registration number, 629-7350. Beebe offers new stroke support group Beebe Medical Center's Baylis Rehabilitation Center is sponsor- ing a stroke support group for stroke survivors, caregivers, friends and family members, from 2 to 4 p.m., Saturday, Jan. 9, at the Lewes Senior Center, Nassau Park, Lewes. Hosted by Katrina Richter, occupational therapist and Joan Burditt, certified occupation- al therapy assistant with the Baylis Rehabilitation Center, the event will include discussion of the group's mission and goals and the planning of future group meetings. The guest speaker will be Dr. Peter Coveleski, medical director for re- habilitation services at Beebe Medical Center and regional reha- bilitation center at BayHealth Medical Center in Milford. For more information, call 645-3235. MS support group to meet Wednesday, Jan. 6 The self-help support group for patients with multiple sclerosis and their families and friends will meet at 7:30 p.m., Wednesday, Jan. 6, in Beebe Medical Center's cafeteria. For more information call Laura Morris at 645-1844, be- tween 9:30 a.m. and 1:30 p.m., Monday through Friday. 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