Business briefs

November 01, 2000

Business briefs

Waynesboro Hospital

WAYNESBORO, Pa. - Waynesboro Hospital has been accredited by the American Association of Blood Banks.

An on-site inspection established that the facility's medical, technical and administrative performance met or exceeded association standards.

Chambersburg Hospital

CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. - Registered Nurse Brenda Yeager, of the Rehabilitation Unit, was Chambersburg Hospital's October Employee of the Month.

Yeager, of Mercersburg, Pa., was nominated by her colleagues.

Partners in Pediatrics

Dr. Angela Tamayo, a board certified physician, has completed the John Hopkins continuing medical education course, Opthamology for the Pediatrician: an Update on Pediatric Eye Disease.

The training to identify and treat common childhood eye injuries and impairments covered topics ranging from eye allergies to lazy eyes.


Tamayo practices with Partners in Pediatrics near Hagerstown City Park.

Brook Lane Health Services

J. Emmet Burke was recently named director of ambulatory services at Brook Lane Health Services.

Burke, who has been with Brook Lane for 20 years, will direct and coordinate all outpatient services.

He will also continue his work with children and adolescents as a team leader and therapist.

Curves for Women

Dr. Donald W. Kress, director of Elan Plastic Surgery Center in Frederick, Md., is scheduled to speak on Wednesday, Nov. 15, at 7:30 p.m. at Curves for Women in Foxshire Plaza on Dual Highway in Hagerstown.

Anyone interested in attending can call 301-714-1875.

Curves for Women is an exercise facility specifically designed for women.

O'Neill Physical Therapy Services

Lorraine O'Neill, physical therapist and owner of O'Neill Physical Therapy Services in Hagerstown, recently attended a seminar entitled Aging and the Hand.

The course is part of a series O'Neill is studying to receive certification as a hand therapist.

It focused on age-related changes in the hand as well as hand disabilities from disease or trauma.

Long & Foster Real Estate

The Long & Foster Real Estate Inc. office in Hagerstown announced that Joan Schupp, with a sales volume of $1.4 million, was top producer, top lister and the agent with the most new listings in September. Jeff Piper was the office's top seller in September.

The Martinsburg, W.Va., Long & Foster office has announced that Natalie Hoffman was the top producer in September with a sales volume of $778,000, Kay Potter was the top lister as well as the agent with the most new listings and Butch Cazin was the top seller.

Gannett Fleming

FREDERICK, Md. - Frederick native Garnet Daus recently joined Gannett Fleming, a consulting engineering and construction management firm, as a public relations coordinator.

Daus is responsible for the firm's public relations initiatives, advertising, marketing and public involvement.

She has previous experience as an editor, writer and videographer for radio and television.

Keyboard World

Cinda Perry has accepted a position teaching popular and classical piano and keyboard at Keyboard World in Valley Mall.

She also continues to maintain her music studio on Hamilton Boulevard in Hagerstown.


BB&T has promoted Dave Bennett, of Hagerstown, to banking officer.

Bennett, who joined the bank in 1997, is an area operations manager based at 13621 Georgia Ave. in Silver Spring, Md.

Winston-Salem, N.C.,-based BB&T Corp. operates 823 banking offices in Maryland, the Carolinas, Virginia, Georgia, West Virginia, Kentucky and Washington, D.C.

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