BOARD APPOINTS NEW BMS CEO
Baltimore Medical System's founding CEO, Jay Wolvovsky, announced his retirement from BMS after 30 years. Board President, Dr. Michael S. Barr, announced this week that Paul Gleichauf will become BMS President and CEO on September 29, 2014. Paul has worked for 32 years in health care and actually started his career at a Federally Qualified Health Center in Massachusetts.
Most recently, Paul was at Howard County General Hospital where he was the Senior Vice President of Planning and Marketing for 19 years. He brings extensive experience in strategic planning, business development, financial management operations and community leadership.
Paul has chaired or served on multiple community non-profit boards including Humanim, the Horizon Foundation, Leadership Howard County and Boy Scouts of America.
"I know that Paul Gleichauf will build on the tremendous work done by Jay and the staff team over the years," said Dr. Barr. "We look forward to welcoming Paul to BMS."
Are You Uninsured?
If you are uninsured and are interested in learning more about the new health insurance plans offered by the Affordable Care Act or Medicaid, Baltimore Medical System can help. We are an official enrollment partner for the Maryland Health Exchange with Maryland Healthcare Access. Our Assisters can help you learn more about what is available and help you to sign up for Medicaid. Please note that this service is for anyone, not just patients of BMS.
Contact one of our Assisters for information or to make an enrollment appointment:
Iveth Campo 410 558-4967
D’Keah Mroz 410-558-4797
Danielle Stokes 443-703-3
Judy Taveras 410-558-4986
Keren Torres-Fabian 443-703-3633
Briauna Wills 410-558-4834
Good Things are Happening at BMS at St. Agnes
Baltimore Medical System received a $4.4 million HRSA grant to renovate the Health center at St. Agnes Hospital. For more information, click here.
Patients often ask:
- Can I be seen even if I have no health insurance?
- Can you help me if I am not fluent in English?
- What does BMS do for deaf patients?
- What should I do if I think I am pregnant?
- I need a prescription filled.
In cold and flu season, remember that it is especially important to:
- Wash your hands frequently
- Cover your cough
- Stay home if you feel sick
Patient Care Teams at BMS
Thank you very much for choosing Baltimore (BMS) to be your Medical Home. BMS is making some changes to improve the way we provide your care. We are developing Patient Care Teams made up of two Clinicians, three MA's, a Team Assistant (TA), and a Nurse, who will work together with you to keep you healthy.
- Your team will get to know you and your family.
- They will answer your questions.
- They will track your health information and keep it together in our system.
- They will work with other medical experts if needed. For example, if you need a specialist such as a surgeon, your team will keep in touch with the specialist to make sure you get the care you need.
- Together, you and your team will create a health plan that is right for you and helps you to get and stay healthy.
Please click here to see some of our new Patient Care Teams at Baltimore Medical System.
This year's event raised over $43,000 for the Ian J. Gray Fund at BMS. We are proud to announce that over the past ten years, over $425,000 has been raised for the betterment of Baltimore Medical System and it's patients. Thank you
to all our sponsors and partners.
Corporate sponsor LabCorp, enjoying a beautiful
day at Hillendale Country Club.
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