Helmuth joins office
Berkshire Hathaway Home Services PenFed Realty welcomes Bill Helmuth to its 75th Street office.
Helmuth has been an associate broker Realtor since 1978 and licensed in Maryland and Delaware. He was born and raised on the Eastern Shore and grew up in and around the ocean and bays of this area. Helmuth said he knows the area, and can help clients find the right property to meet their needs.
Habitat for Humanity of Worcester County’s Warehouse is now open for business. Sale hours are every Saturday from 8 a.m. to noon. Donations in the form of gently used furniture, appliances and building supplies are currently being accepted. The warehouse is located at 7033 Worcester Highway Newark, Md. 21841. For more information, call 410-208-4440.
Dr. Munna Garg and Dr. Danielle Orr will relocate their practices to the new Atlantic General Medical Center, scheduled to open in West Ocean City on Jan. 12.
The physicians will be moving to the new space in an effort to better accommodate the growing patient population. Atlantic General Medical Center is located at 12308 Ocean Gateway, Unit 1.
Garg is Board Certified and specializes in pediatrics and internal medicine. He completed his residency at West Virginia University.
Orr completed her residency at Reading Hospital and Medical Center in Reading, Pa. and specializes in family medicine. She is a member of the American Medical Association and American Academy of Family Physicians.
Appointments at this location can be made by calling 410-390-3341.
Primary care services will continue to be available at Atlantic General Health System’s Ocean Pines office with Dr. Lei Gong, who has been a family practitioner in Worcester County for the past five years.
Harrell joins AGH
Atlantic General Hospital and Health System recently announced that Esther Harrell, LCPC, has joined their behavioral health program.
Harrell holds a license as a Clinical Professional Counselor from the Maryland State Board of Professional Counselors and Therapists. After receiving her bachelor’s degree from Hood College, she earned her master’s degree in clinical psychology from Loyola University Maryland.
She has more than 20 years of experience in the mental health field providing clinical and behavioral assessments, as well as individual, group and family therapy in a multitude of settings. Earlier in her career, she worked in the Behavioral Psychology Department at Kennedy Krieger Institute.
For the last 16 years she has provided a variety of behavioral health services to clients of all ages at the Worcester County Health Department. Harrell enjoys engaging and motivating clients to overcome life challenges, including stress, depression, and anxiety, using primarily a cognitive-behavioral approach.