Young, Dorsch elected to school's boardThe Maryland School...

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March 06, 1994

Young, Dorsch elected to school's board

The Maryland School for the Blind board of directors elected two new members at a recent meeting.

Michael J. Young, vice president, finance for Carpet Fair Inc., has worked with other local nonprofit organizations such as the Baltimore Association of Retarded Citizens and the United Way of Central Maryland.

A Bel Air resident and graduate of Towson State University, he is on Central Maryland chapter of the Association of Certified Public Accountants' executive committee.

W. Garry Dorsch, senior vice president at NationsBank, was with Maryland National Bank for 19 years. Mr. Dorsch, a resident of Phoenix, has a bachelor's degree from Towson State and a master's in finance from Loyola College.

Peggy Vaughan named system medical director

Dr. Peggy Vaughan has been appointed medical director for the Upper Chesapeake Health System.

In her new post, Dr. Vaughan will provide additional medical director services to the system's network of Familycare Centers. She also will provide support to elected medical staff leaders at Fallston General and Harford Memorial hospitals in the quality assurance and managed care.

Before her new post, Dr. Vaughan was medical director for Willse & Associates. She is president of Preventive Medical Services Corp., which provides plans for employers and insurers to include preventive health measures in benefit packages. She is board certified in internal medicine and maintains a private practice in internal and preventive medicine.

Dr. Vaughan received an undergraduate degree in psychology from the University of Maryland and her medical degree from the University of Maryland School of Medicine. She has a master's degree in public health from the Johns Hopkins University School of Hygiene and Public Health.

She has conducted research at the National Institutes of Health and the University of Maryland.

Active in professional associations, Dr. Vaughan is a member of the American College of Physicians and American Public Health Association.

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