- Julie Ginn Moretz has been named director for special projects for the Institute for Family-Centered Care, a suburban Washington, D.C.-based public policy organization. She was previously employed by MCG Health System. Her responsibilities include planning and coordinating in-depth seminars and an international conference on creating partnerships with patients and families to improve and redesign health care.
- Dr. Dennis Marcus has received the Secretariat Award from the American Academy of Ophthalmology for contributions to the organization and the field of ophthalmology. The award was presented at the group's annual meeting in Las Vegas in November. Dr. Marcus, a retina specialist, practices at Southeast Retina Center in Augusta.
- The Medical College of Georgia announced that 16 of its physicians have been selected for inclusion in America's Top Doctors, a national patient-reference guide published by Castle Connolly Medical Ltd.: Dr. Robert J. Adams, neurology; Dr. Walton W. Curl, orthopaedics; Dr. David C. Hess, neurology; Dr. Anand P. Jillella, hematology/oncology; Dr. Ronald W. Lewis, urology; Dr. C. Lawrence Lutcher, hematology; Dr. Bruce MacFadyen, general surgery; Dr. D. Douglas Miller, cardiovascular disease; Dr. Walter J. Moore, rheumatology; Dr. Ana A. Murphy, reproductive endocrinology; Dr. Julian Nussbaum, ophthalmology; Dr. Dennis R. Ownby, pediatric allergy and immunology; Dr. Gregory N. Postma, otolaryngology - head and neck surgery; Dr. Kapil Sethi, neurology; Dr. Sandra G.B. Sexson, child and adolescent psychiatry; and Dr. Robert A. Sorrentino, cardiac electrophysiology.
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