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March 04, 1997

Hospice of the Chesapeake gets $10,000 donation

Hospice of the Chesapeake recently received a $10,000 donation from the Severn Town Club.

The hospice will use the money to care for terminally ill patients and to provide counseling and support to bereaved residents of Anne Arundel County. Information: 987-2003.

Names in the news

Maryland Primary Care Physicians of Annapolisnapolis has announced that Dr. David Anderson of Davidsonville has joined the practice. Anderson has also worked as a ship physician for Regency Cruise Line and on Emergency Room Physician at St. Francis Hospital and Medical Center in Hartford, Conn.

The North Arundel Health Systemhas announced that primary-care physician Dr. James S. Dorsey, has relocated to the North Arundel Family Care Crain Medical Center on Ritchie Highway and Certified Nurse Practitioner Gail Provencher, MSN, CRNP, will be offering services there to women and teens two days per week. The North Arundel Family Care Crain Medical Center is at 7310 Ritchie Highway. Information: 768-3434.

Dr. William Brownis offering the Softlight Process -- the first advance in hair removal in 50 years. Softlight is a laser-based system that can remove unwanted facial and body hair. Brown is a practicing dermatologist who is board certified. Information: 768-7979 or fax 768-7983.

Pub Date: 3/04/97

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