The Calvert Memorial Hospital Board of Directors is pleased to announce the recent appointments of Prince Frederick attorney and broker Mark J. Davis and retired educator Loujeania Johnson of Port Republic. Composed of volunteers from the community, Calvert Health System administrators and the hospital’s medical staff, the board is responsible for ensuring the health system meets the needs of the community.
“Mark and Loujeania both bring substantial experience in their respective fields as well as extensive community service,” said Calvert Health System President and CEO Dean Teague. “I am confident that they will make important contributions as we expand to provide new advanced services and technological capabilities to enhance health care for our residents.”
Davis said he joined the hospital board because “it gives me the opportunity to give back to the community by supporting an institution which is vital to the well-being of our community.” He is a two-time past president of the Calvert County Bar Association and president of the CMH Foundation since 2014. Davis has also served on the boards of Calvert Hospice, Calvert County Economic Development Committee, the local chamber and The Calverton School.
Johnson said she sees a lot of potential for advancement at Calvert and wants to be a part of helping the hospital improve health care for her community. She has served in key leadership roles of the Calvert Alliance Against Substance Abuse for the past 10 years. Johnson was also president of the American Legion Auxiliary at Gray Ray Post #220 and has served as an election judge for the county.
The new medical staff members on the hospital board are Dr. Wilfred “Bud” Ehrmantraut, Jr., chief of staff; Dr. Kenneth Abbott, vice chief of staff and Dr. Samuel Foster, board representative. They were elected at the medical staff’s annual meeting in October.