People On The Move

PEOPLE ON THE MOVE

January 19, 2004

Hospital appoints Young its chief financial officer

James E. Young has been named senior vice president of finance/chief financial officer at Howard County General Hospital.

Young, who lives in Owings Mills, joined the Johns Hopkins Health System Corp. in 1994 as the director of tax compliance. He created a tax department that addressed all tax-related issues and prepared all federal, state and local tax returns for all of the corporation's entities.

The hospital has also announced professional staff officers for this year. Dr. Tuvia Blechman is president of the professional staff; Dr. Bernard Marquis is vice president; and Dr. Michael Macon is secretary/treasurer.

Home Builders Association honors Harry `Chip' Lundy

Harry "Chip" Lundy of Ellicott City received a lifetime achievement award last month from the Home Builders Association of Maryland. Lundy, president and chief executive officer of the Williamsburg Group, has had a career that spans more than three decades.

The Williamsburg Group is ranked in the top 3 percent of builders to be honored with a Golden Achievement Award for customer service by the Quality Builders Warranty Corp. In 2000, Lundy became a charter member of the Certified Master Builder Program.

In addition to his professional accomplishments, Lundy is involved in community organizations such as the Columbia Foundation, Search Ministries and Howard Community College Education Foundation.

Heppler joins Clarksville women's health practice

Bettyann Heppler has joined the obstetrics and gynecology practice of Contemporary Health for Women, 5005 Signal Bell Lane, Clarksville, as an addition to its certified nurse midwifery team.

Before entering the nurse midwifery program at Georgetown University, Heppler practiced as a nutritionist and a registered nurse in hospital and outpatient settings from 1988 through 1997. She started her midwifery career in 1997 at the Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center in Baltimore. Since then, she has delivered about 300 babies.

Heppler joins Sharon Elmes-Curtis and Kristiina Badiei Boushehri in providing preconception counseling, care during pregnancy and childbirth, gynecological services and care of the peri- and post-menopausal woman.

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