& Queen Anne's Hospital
Hospital Board Selects Charles MacLeod as Chairman
& Queen Anne's Hospital Board of Directors has elected Charles
"Chip" MacLeod chairman and J. David Newell, Ph.D., vice-chairman.
The board includes twelve volunteer community representatives and
the presidents of the hospital's Medical Staff, Auxiliary and Foundation.
William R. Kirk, Jr., president & CEO of the Hospital, was elected
president, Terry L. Weaver, vice president, finance, was elected treasurer
and Robin E. Klinefelter, vice president, support & administrative
services, was elected secretary.
MacLeod joined the hospital board in 1999 and has served on the finance
and medical affairs committees. A resident of Worton, he is associated
with Funk & Bolton, P.A., a law firm with offices in Chestertown.
Prior to receiving his law degree, he worked as the administrator
for Kent County government.
Newell, from Chestertown, a philosophy professor at Washington College
who has extensive training in biomedical ethics, was elected to the
board in 2000. In addition to working on the finance and medical affairs
committees, he was chairman of the system integration committee. Before
joining the board, he served as an advisor to the hospital, first
to the nursing ethics committee and then to the patient care advisory
committee. He has served as a board member of Kent Hospice Foundation,
Kent Youth and as vice president of the Chestertown Rotary Club.
"Chip" MacLeod was elected chairman and J. David Newell,
Ph.D., vice- chairman of the Kent & Queen Anne's Hospital
Board of Directors.