The New Medical Pavilion's News and Events


The Orthopedic Center Opens Offices at Shore Medical Pavilion

November 1st, 2012

Shore Health is pleased to announce the addition of orthopedics to the suite of services offered at Shore Medical Pavilion. The Orthopedic Center, which currently has offices in Easton and Centreville, will open their new office on the second floor of Shore Medical Pavilion on November 1.

The Orthopedic Center begins seeing patients on Thursday, November 1. The office will be open Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday mornings, 8:30am-12:00pm and Thursday afternoons from 1:30pm-4:00pm.

Dr. Case Joins Shore Health Surgical Team

September 7th, 2012

Brad Case

Brad A. Case, MD, FACS, has joined Shore Surgical Care, an affiliate of Shore Health System. Dr. Case is a general surgeon with more than 20 years of surgical experience and a record of distinguished military service. He is accepting new patients at his offices in Easton and Queenstown.

Dr. Case performs a full array of surgical services, including minimally invasive and laparoscopic abdominal surgery; hernia repair; gallbladder removal; colorectal surgery; and peripheral vascular surgery.

Dr. Case earned an undergraduate degree from Bucknell University and a master's degree from Georgetown University prior to entering medical school. After earning his medical degree from Jefferson Medical College in Philadelphia, he entered the U.S. Army Medical Corps.

During his 10-year military career, Dr. Case was stationed in Europe and served in Operation Desert Storm, where he was awarded the Bronze Star and Valorous Unit Commendation.

Dr. Case completed a general surgery residency at Madigan Army Medical Center in Tacoma, Washington, with extensive training in general, vascular and thoracic surgery. After a tour in Korea as Chief of the General Surgery Department, he returned to Fort Bragg, North Carolina, where he served until his honorable discharge.

Prior to relocating to the Eastern Shore of Maryland, Dr. Case was in private practice in Florida for more than 10 years.

He is a Fellow of the American College of Surgeons and a member of the Society of Laparoscopic Surgeons.

"Patients, referring physicians and the colleagues with whom he works in our hospitals will appreciate Dr. Case's calm demeanor and well-earned ability to exhibit grace under pressure," says Michael Tooke, MD, Chief Medical Officer for Shore Health. "He is an asset to our medical staff and to our surgical team."

Shore Surgical Care has offices at 505 Dutchman's Lane, Building B in Easton and at Shore Medical Pavilion, 125 Shoreway Drive in Queenstown. To schedule an appointment with Dr. Case, call 410-822-4553.


Shore Health, UMMS representatives dedicate Shore Medical Pavilion

July 19, 2012


Shore Health System staff and leadership joined representatives from the University of Maryland Medical System, Maryland Primary Care Physicians and the Queen Anne's business community to dedicate Shore Medical Pavilion, located at 125 Shoreway Drive off of Nesbit Road and US Rt. 50 in Queenstown. Over 100 guests attended the dedication, which included a ribbon cutting and tours of the facility. Video courtesy of QACTV.

Located next to the Queen Anne's Emergency Center, Shore Medical Pavilion is home to Maryland Primary Care Physicians, which relocated from Stevensville to this more convenient location off of the Nesbit Road exit of US Rt. 50. Other services available in the three-story medical pavilion include diagnostic and laboratory testing, physical and speech therapy, occupational health services and several physician specialty practices including urology, cardiology, neurology and sleep medicine, otolaryngology (ENT). The Regional Sleep Disorders Center also houses a four-bed sleep lab at Shore Medical Pavilion, with additional sites available in Easton and Cambridge.

"The dedication of Shore Medical Pavilion marks the expansion of Shore Health System's network of medical care that spans four counties of the Mid-Shore region, including Caroline County, Dorchester County, Talbot County and Queen Anne's County," said Ken Kozel, president and CEO for Shore Health System. "We are very excited to be able to bring so many important services to the residents of Queen Anne's County and are grateful to our team members, University of Maryland partners and the community for their support in the development of this medical campus."

Kozel added, "I am grateful for the enthusiasm of our physician partners who specialize in a number of areas. They have made the commitment to expand their practice to join us at Shore Medical Pavilion, allowing us to offer convenient access to primary and specialty care in Queen Anne's County."

Shore Health System Medical Pavilion in Queen Anne's County

Cutting the ribbon at the dedication of Shore Medical Pavilion are (left to right) Thomas Walsh, MD, Founder, Maryland Primary Care Physicians; Linda Friday, Executive Director, Queen Anne's Chamber of Commerce; Kenneth Kozel, President and CEO, Shore Health System; Anthony Lehman, MD, Senior Associate Dean for Clinical Affairs of the University of Maryland School of Medicine; Robert Chrencik, President and CEO, University of Maryland Medical System; Don Buntz, CEO, Maryland Primary Care Physicians; and M. Walid Kamsheh, MD, of Shore Neurology and Sleep Medicine. Joining them in celebration are staff from Shore Medical Pavilion.

Shore Health System Medical Pavilion in Queen Anne's County

Gary Jones, RCP, FAACA, Director of Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Services for Shore Health System, gives a tour of the sleep lab at Shore Medical Pavilion. The newly opened four-bed lab features state of the art technology for the testing and evaluation of sleep disorders.

Shore Health System Medical Pavilion in Queen Anne's County

Ellen White, RCS, manager of non-invasive cardiology at Shore Health System, provides a tour of the Cardiovascular Diagnostics facility at Shore Medical Pavilion. Cardiovascular Diagnostics offers a variety of services including electrocardiograms (EKG), basic cardiac stress testing and Holter monitoring and exercise stress tests to include routine, nuclear and stress echo.


Shore Health System Expands Sleep Services to Queen Anne's County

May 31, 2012

Shore Health System Medical Pavilion in Queen Anne's County

Shore Health System announced the expansion of sleep services in Queen Anne's County with the opening of a four-bed sleep lab at Shore Medical Pavilion in Queenstown recently. The Regional Sleep Disorders Center also operates sleep labs at Memorial Hospital at Easton and Dorchester General Hospital in Cambridge.

Mid-Shore residents suffering from a variety of sleep disorders have access to an array of treatment options at Shore Health's Regional Sleep Disorders Centers. The Center offers comprehensive testing and evaluation of sleep disorders on an outpatient basis.

The Regional Sleep Disorders Center physician team includes four board certified sleep specialist physicians. Peter Whitesell, MD, medical director of Shore Regional Sleep Disorders Center, M. Walid Kamsheh, MD, and Bilal Saulat, MD, MPH, of Shore Neurology and Sleep Medicine, and Peyman Otmishi, MD, of Midshore Pulmonary Associates. Earning board certification demonstrates that these physicians have the skills and knowledge essential for the delivery of high quality care for patients experiencing sleep disorders.

To learn more about the Regional Sleep Disorders Center, visit www.shorehealth.org/services/sleep/ or call 410-822-1000, ext. 5338.


Take a Virtual Tour!

Shore Medical Pavilion, located at 125 Shoreway Drive in Queenstown, adds primary and specialty medical services to Shore Health System's Queen Anne's County campus, where the Queen Anne's Emergency Center opened in October of 2010.

Shore Medical Pavilion, which opened in December of 2011, consists of 60,000 square feet on three floors.

The Shore Medical Pavilion is also the new home of Shore Rehabilitation Services, which was previously located in Centreville.

Shore Rehabilitation Services has doubled its treatment space in its new offices at Shore Medical Pavilion.

In addition to having more room in their new space, Shore Rehabilitation Services has added several pieces of state of the art equipment used in physical and speech therapy sessions with people of all ages.

Frank Rath, PT, Certified Manual Therapist, Manager of Outpatient Rehabilitation Services for Shore Rehabilitation Services, prepares the therapy room for patients.

A room for pediatric patients lets parents view their child during a therapy session.

Shore Medical Pavilion is home to Maryland Primary Care Physicians, which relocated from Stevensville to this more convenient location off of the Nesbit Road exit of US Rt. 50.

Four doctors and four certified nurse practitioners from Maryland Primary Care Physicians provide primary care services for patients at Shore Medical Pavilion.

Patients can get blood drawn for lab testing ordered by their physicians.

Also open at Shore Medical Pavilion is a Shore Health System outpatient diagnostic center equipped to perform ultrasounds.

Shore Health System's outpatient diagnostic center is equipped to perform x-rays, digital mammography, bone density scans, diagnostic ultrasound, electrocardiograms and MRI scans.

Digital mammography services are available at Shore Health System's outpatient diagnostic center.

Shore Medical Pavilion's diagnostic services include MRI services for patients. MRI is ordered by physicians to get images they use to diagnose brain and neurological disorders and to view joints throughout the body. Newer uses of MRI include imaging of organs in the abdominal area and the vascular system.

Shore Health's certified radiology technologists perform MRI scans and transmit reports through secure Internet connections to interpreting physicians.

Shore Medical Pavilion's conference room space can accommodate a number of meetings and community events including videoconferencing to other Shore Health and University of Maryland Medical System facilities.


Shore Medical Pavilion Now Open in Queenstown

December 5, 2011

Shore Health System expanded its services in Queen Anne's County when the Shore Medical Pavilion opened at 125 Shoreway Drive in Queenstown on December 5.

Located next to the Queen Anne's Emergency Center, Shore Medical Pavilion is home to Maryland Primary Care Physicians, which relocated from Stevensville to this more convenient location off of the Nesbit Road exit of US Rt. 50.

Other services available in the three-story medical pavilion include diagnostic and laboratory testing, physical and speech therapy, occupational health services and several physician specialty practices.

"The Shore Medical Pavilion adds primary and specialty medical services to Shore Health System's Queen Anne's County campus, where the Queen Anne's Emergency Center opened in October of 2010," says Michael Silgen, Vice President of Strategic Planning and Business Development for Shore Health System. "Opening this new medical facility is an opportunity for the University of Maryland Medical System to become the healthcare provider of choice for Queen Anne's County and expands the array of medical services that Shore Health System offers in the Mid-Shore region."

Also open at Shore Medical Pavilion is a Shore Health System outpatient diagnostic center, equipped to perform x-rays, digital mammography, bone density scans, diagnostic ultrasound, electrocardiograms and MRI scans. Patients can also bring prescriptions for laboratory tests to the diagnostic center.

The Shore Medical Pavilion is also the new home of Shore Rehabilitation Services, which was previously located in Centreville. Shore Rehabilitation Services has doubled its treatment space and added several pieces of state of the art equipment used in physical and speech therapy sessions with people of all ages.

Shore Works will begin offering occupational health services for employers who require pre-employment testing and whose employees need medical care for work-related injuries.

In January, several physician specialty practices will open offices at Shore Medical Pavilion. The specialists scheduled to practice in Queenstown are urology, general surgery, gynecology, otolaryngology (ear, nose and throat) and neurology.

The cardiovascular diagnostic testing center opens at Shore Medical Pavilion in December. The menu of testing will include electrocardiograms, basic cardiac stress testing and Holter monitoring. In January, the center will add cardiac and vascular ultrasound followed by nuclear cardiac stress testing in the spring. Other services scheduled to open in 2012 include a four-bed diagnostic sleep center.

The Shore Medical Pavilion will have a coffee shop that will serve beverages and light snacks for the convenience of staff, patients and visitors.

Shore Medical Pavilion located at 125 Shoreway Drive in Queenstown can be reached from the Nesbitt Road exit of US Rt. 50. For more information, visit www.qamedicalpavilion.org.

About Shore Health System

Shore Health System was formed in 1996 through the affiliation of the Memorial Hospital at Easton, located in Talbot County, and Dorchester General Hospital, located in the city of Cambridge in Dorchester County. Both hospitals have served their communities for over 100 years. Today, Shore Health System is a regional, not-for-profit network of inpatient and outpatient services with facilities in Talbot, Dorchester, Caroline and Queen Anne's counties. In 2006, Shore Health System merged with the University of Maryland Medical System to expand clinical programs and facilities, and to facilitate physician recruitment. Through partnerships with the University of Maryland Medical Center and the University of Maryland School of Medicine, Shore Health System offers world class medical care to residents of Maryland's Mid-Shore and the Delmarva Peninsula.

Shore Health System includes the Queen Anne's Emergency Center, Maryland's only freestanding emergency center in a rural area. The emergency center is open 24 hours a day, everyday, to respond to everything from minor injuries and illnesses to strokes, heart attacks, and traumatic injuries, with seamless coordination when patient need to be transported by ambulance or helicopter to a hospital. (Learn more at www.qaemergencycenter.org.) The Shore Health System regional network of outpatient services includes primary and specialty physician practices for people of all ages along with diagnostic testing, medical rehabilitation, cancer care, diabetes management, digestive health, home health care and hospice. For more information, visit www.shorehealth.org.


Officials Tour Shore Medical Pavilion as facility gets closer to opening day

October 12, 2011

Shore Health System Medical Pavilion in Queen Anne's County Shore Health System Medical Pavilion in Queen Anne's County

Officials from Shore Health System and the University of Maryland Medical System toured the Shore Medical Pavilion in Queen Anne's County last week following the festivities honoring the one-year anniversary of the Pavilion's neighbor, the Queen Anne's Emergency Center. Gary Bigelow, Director of Imaging for Shore Health System showcased of the offerings that will be available when Shore Medical Pavilion opens for patients. Officials also met some of the future tenants of the Pavilion, including representatives from Maryland Primary Care Physicians, who are relocating their current Stevensville-based offices to Shore Medical Pavilion. Construction is nearly complete and equipment and furnishings are beginning to arrive. - all in time for the opening of the Shore Medical Pavilion on December 5.

In addition to Maryland Primary Care Physicians, physicians in a variety of medical specialties will also be available at the Medical Pavilion to include urology, general surgery, neurology, endocrinology, otolaryngology, orthopedics, gastroenterology and gynecology.

Shore Health System will provide diagnostic and imaging services to include x-rays, mammography, MRI scans and laboratory testing. Shore Rehabilitation Services will relocate from Centreville to Shore Medical Pavilion, offering physical, occupational and speech therapy for children and adults. The Regional Sleep Disorders Center will also open a four-bed sleep center at the Medical Pavilion.


Construction moving forward for Shore Health System Medical Pavilion

April 14, 2011

Shore Health System Medical Pavilion in Queen Anne's County

The Shore Health System Medical Pavilion, currently under construction near Grasonville, will further expand the medical services Shore Health System offers for Queen Anne's County residents.

Located off of Nesbit Road and US Rt. 50, next to the Queen Anne's Emergency Center, the Shore Health System Medical Pavilion is on schedule to open in December. The first tenant to move into the building will be Maryland Primary Care Physicians. Other physician specialists will also practice at the medical pavilion. Specialty practices will include urology, general surgery, neurology, endocrinology, otolaryngology (ear, nose and throat), orthopedics, gastroenterology and cardiology.

Shore Health System will provide diagnostic imaging at the Medical Pavilion, giving Queen Anne's County residents convenient access to x-rays, mammography and MRI.

Shore Rehabilitation Services, which currently provides physical, occupational and speech therapy in Centreville, will relocate to the Shore Health System Medical Pavilion.


Scenes from the building of Shore Medical Pavilion