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After 35 years in healthcare administration, Francisco J. “Frank” Perez (pictured), CEO of Ohio-based Kettering Adventist HealthCare (KAHC), today announced plans to retire.
Marie Schaub, a member of Chesapeake Conference’s Spencerville church in Silver Spring, Md., was recently recognized for her work in domestic violence education.
Adventist Behavioral Health (ABH) announced the completion of its new Magnolia Unit, an acute inpatient psychiatry unit for senior adults 60 years and older.
A team of rehabilitation experts from Adventist HealthCare’s Adventist Rehabilitation Hospital of Maryland spent a week in earthquake-ravished Haiti to provide rehabilitation care to patients with amputations, spinal cord injuries and orthopedic injuries from January’s earthquake.
Indian American leaders from the Washington, D.C., area gathered earlier this month to show their support and to help launch a new voluntary, nonprofit, public/private organization called Friends of Southern Asia Adventist International (FOSAAI) Inc.
Some 1,500 people recently gathered at the Eglise Baptiste du Calvaire (the largest Haitian church in the Washington, D.C., area) last Sabbath, to honor the memories of their loved ones who died in the Haitian earthquake earlier this year.
The first two issues of Real magazine were recently mailed to more than 3,000 children, taking Christ-centered content into the homes of unchurched youth across North America.
The Ohio Conference recently welcomed Doug Falle as their new treasurer.
The Adventists, an hourlong documentary highlighting the Seventh-day Adventist Church’s health message and ministry, is scheduled to air on PBS stations nationwide this April.