North Arundel Hospital's Director of Housekeeping Steven Celarier has been chosen as one of four nominees for the Marion E. Wade Award ofExcellence in the Maryland and Virginia area. This prestigious awardis for overall management performance.
Mr. Celarier is also employed by the ServiceMaster Company. The hospital has a contractual arrangement with ServiceMaster to manage its housekeeping department.
Mr. Celarier has been director for three years at North Arundel and has been employed by ServiceMaster for 11 years.
NAH TABS COHAN
North Arundel Hospital has named Joanie Cohan as mental Health Clinician in its Emergency Department.
Ms. Cohan's responsibilities include completing psychosocial assessments on emergency department patients and other hospital patients being treated for a variety of psychiatric problems.
Other duties involve crisis intervention, performing mental status examinations, disposition planning and collaborating with physicians, nursing and other members of the hospital staff.
North Arundel Hospital has promoted Colleen H. Roachfrom Director of Nursing to Vice President of Nursing.
Ms. Roach's responsibilities include participating in the development of hospital-wide programs and policies with other hospital leaders, as well asall aspects of the operations of the Nursing Department and Infection Control.
Other changes within the nursing department included promoting five assistant directors of nursing to their specialties. They include: Elaine Sparks to Director of the Division of Critical CareNursing; Cathy Williams to Director of the Division of Medical Surgical Nursing; Kathy Lynn to Director of the Division of Mental Health Nursing; Nancy Liskey to Director of the Division of Peri-Operative Nursing; and Elaine Holman to Director of Nursing Education.
PARKER GETS POSITION
The North Arundel Hospital Professional Center has named Jane Parker, R.N., as its oncology nurse for its Outpatient Chemotherapy Program.
The program has performed over 800 procedures since it began its operations last May.
Ms. Parker's responsibilities include administering chemotherapy, assessing the patient's progress,educating patients on their treatment process and documenting medical information for physicians.
Ms. Parker had previously served as an I.V. Therapy Nurse at North Arundel Hospital for over eight years.
CAPTION: JANE PARKER
Works with chemotherapy
MATTOX JOINS NAH
North Arundel Hospital has named Laura M. Mattox, R.N., M.S.N., as its Medical Surgical Clinical Specialist.
Ms. Mattox's responsibilities include providing clinical resourcesfor medical-surgical nursing staff, coordinating advanced training programs and assisting staff in meeting clinical competency requirements for the hospital's special care units.
Born in Baltimore, Ms. Mattox lives in Annapolis with her husband.
CAPTION: LAURA M. MATTOX
ACCINELLI IS PRESIDENT
North Arundel Hospital's Chairman of the Department of Gynecology, Jaime Accinelli, M.D., has been named President of the Anne Arundel County Medical Society for 1992.
Dr. Accinelli has been on North Arundel's Medical Staff since August of 1965. He received his Medical Degree from San Marcos University in 1957. He has his private office in Glen Burnie with Drs. Leoncio Ceccarelli and Antonio Galindo.
Born in Lima, Peru, Dr. Accinelli and his family reside in Severna Park.
SUGARMAN GETS POST
The North Arundel Hospital ProfessionalCenter has named Mark J. Sugarman, RPh., as Pharmacy Director of theChesapeake Home Infusion Co..
Mr. Sugarman's responsibilities include preparing medications for home delivery, educating patients regarding the medication prescribed and monitoring the patients' clinicalresponse to the medications in addition to processing billing and reimbursement forms.
Previously, Mr. Sugarman was the Pharmacy Operation Coordinator at Harbor Hospital Center in Baltimore.
CAPTION: MARK J. SUGARMAN
Will direct pharmacy
SPALTER EDUCATES NURSES
North Arundel Hospital has named Andrea Johnson Spalter, R.N., C.N.O.R., as its perioperative nurse educator.
Ms. Spalter's responsibilities include coordinating continuing education programs for operating room, ambulatory surgical and endoscopic nursing staff. She also helps to orient new employees, monitor qualityassurance programs, train employees to use new equipment and assist employees interested in preparing for advanced certification and/or degrees.
Born and raised in Washington, D.C., Ms. Spalter resides in Pasadena with her husband and two daughters.
NUGENT JOINS HARBOR
Priscilla Nugent of Annapolis recently joined the staff of Harbor Hospital Center as director of physical therapy.
Nugent brings to the staff a background of comprehensive physical therapy experience, ranging from geriatric programs to sports and pain services.