New OB/GYN office by TLC planned for Woodbrooke Medical Campus in Salisbury

From left to right:  Joshua Boston, Chief Development Officer; Brian Holland, Chief Financial Officer; Father Christopher LaBarge, Chairman of the Board of Directors; Anna Napier, Certified Nurse Midwife; Susanne Gray, CEO/President; Dr. Lee Jennings, Department Head of OB/GYN; Katheleen Crossan, Board Member; Dr. Floyd Gray, Associate Medical Director and OB/GYN Physician; Dr. Jason Evans, OB/GYN Physician; Palmer Gillis, Gillis/Gilkerson.

From left to right: Joshua Boston, Chief Development Officer; Brian Holland, Chief Financial Officer; Father Christopher LaBarge, Chairman of the Board of Directors; Anna Napier, Certified Nurse Midwife; Susanne Gray, CEO/President; Dr. Lee Jennings, Department Head of OB/GYN; Katheleen Crossan, Board Member; Dr. Floyd Gray, Associate Medical Director and OB/GYN Physician; Dr. Jason Evans, OB/GYN Physician; Palmer Gillis, Gillis/Gilkerson.

SALISBURY — The Board of Directors, Executive Team, and OB/GYN Department of Three Lower Counties Community Services, Inc. (TLC) are proud to announce plans to construct a new OB/GYN office on the Woodbrooke Medical Campus in Salisbury. Actual construction is expected to begin in early December of 2015, with an expectation of completion by January 2017.

 

Father Christopher LaBarge, TLC Board Chairman states “We are grateful for the support of our partners and clients. We appreciate all of the hard work that has made this day possible.”

 

The new OB/GYN office will replace the OB location at the Riverside Medical Complex and the GYN location on Phillip Morris Drive, which opened in 1972. It has been a goal for TLC to combine the offices, as they have been separated since August 2010, due to a severe lack of space to accommodate all patients within the same office. The addition of a board certified Urogynecologist and five certified nurse midwives further stressed the inadequate space.

 

Gillis Gilkerson was hired to build the new 21,000 square foot building which will allow further expansion of services and support the excellent standard of care delivered by the providers of Eastern Shore OB/GYN, the Women’s Health division of TLC.

 

This building will meet or exceed 2015 Energy Code requirements for design and energy efficiency, incorporating, occupancy sensors, stringent insulation requirements, energy efficient lighting and water saving devices.

 

“We are dedicated to providing solutions to our customers,” said Palmer Gillis, founder, chairman and CEO, Gillis Gilkerson. “TLC’s new combined space will accommodate both their growing patient load and expanding staff and allow for further expansion of services to the community.”

 

Susanne Gray, CEO states “This day concludes a long journey to begin the construction of a sorely needed building to provide prenatal, preventive and interventional care to our patients. We have no more closets to convert to office space. No patients will be restricted access because we lack exam rooms.”

 

TLC is a private, non-profit Community Health Center, serving Somerset, Wicomico, and Worcester Counties. TLC provides healthcare services including Adult Medicine, Pediatrics, Obstetrics and Gynecology, Urogynecology, Mental Health, Dental, and Pharmacy and a School-Based Health Center at Washington High School in Princess Anne.

 

Please contact TLC for your healthcare needs at 410-749-1015 or visit our website at www.tlccs.org.

You are encouraged to leave relevant comments but engaging in personal attacks, threats, online bullying or commercial spam will not be allowed. All comments should remain within the bounds of fair play and civility. (You can disagree with others courteously, without being disagreeable.) Feel free to express yourself but keep an open mind toward finding value in what others say. To report abuse or spam, click the X in the upper right corner of the comment box.