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Health-care spotlight

July 25, 2005

Lutz attends holism conference


Elaine R. Lutz attended the 25th annual conference of the American Holistic Nurses Association in Valley Forge, Pa., Thursday, June 16, to Sunday, June 19. The theme for the conference was "holism and diversity, a paradigm of caring" with a goal to identify critical roles that nurses play in creating healing and caring environments for culturally diverse populations. Also, the conference focused on evidence-based practice, research, and strategies and models relating to holism and diversity. Lutz is employed by Antietam Health Services Inc. as an office nurse for Flex Staff in doctors' offices managed by their corporation.




Osbourn is employee of the month at health department


Sharon Osbourn has been named Washington County Health Department's employee of the month for July. Osbourn is a community health nurse who has been employed by the health department since 1984. She has participated in a variety of programs and initiatives and is working as the health department's ombudsman, helping clients resolve issues and problems that occur with medical insurance, and as the administrative care coordination unit's administrator, managing the care of referred high-risk patients.

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Jenkins hired in Martinsburg


MARTINSBURG, W.Va. - Bernard "Randy" Jenkins III, board-certified family nurse practitioner, has joined the professional staff at the Center for Diabetes, Endocrinology & Metabolism, on the City Hospital campus.

Jenkins has worked in a private orthopedic practice.

Jenkins began his career as a surgical nurse in 1998 with the open-heart surgery program at Winchester Medical Center. He holds a bachelor of science in nursing from Shenandoah University and a master of science in nursing from Mountain State University.

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