Dr. Mark A. Deitch has joined OrthoMaryland, a Baltimore orthopedic practice.
Deitch specializes in surgery of the hand and upper body, including the shoulder and elbow. He works as an assistant clinical professor at the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine.
He was trained at the Hospital for Special Surgery in New York and finished a University of Cincinnati Mary S. Stern Hand and Microvascular Fellowship. He earned his bachelor's degree at Brown University in Providence, R.I., and medical degree at the State University of New York at Stony Brook School of Medicine.
Before joining OrthoMaryland, Deitch owned MD3 Orthopaedics at Greater Baltimore Medical Center.
Dr. Martin Mintz recently received the University of Maryland's Dean's Hall of Fame Award for Distinguished Community Pharmacists.
Mintz, a 1965 graduate of the school of pharmacy, owns Northern Pharmacy & Medical Equipment in Baltimore.
The award was established two years ago.
Three women at Johns Hopkins Medicine are among Maryland's Top 100 women, an achievement recognized by The Daily Record.
They are Dr. Elizabeth A. Hunt, a clinical fellow in the university's department of Anesthesiology and Critical Care Medicine, Stephanie L. Reel, chief information officer, and Dr. Redonda G. Miller, an assistant professor of medicine and assistant dean for student affairs.
The Daily Record has recognized more than 750 "high-achieving Maryland women who are making an impact ... through professional accomplishment, community leadership and mentoring" since 1996, a news release said.
Hunt, who is also director of the Johns Hopkins Simulation Center, has won awards for her work in pediatric cardiopulmonary resuscitation and other critical care medicine research. She recently finished her doctorate in epidemiology at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health.
Reel, who is chief information officer for the Johns Hopkins University and Health System and vice president for Johns Hopkins Medicine information services, is a strategic planner for the organization.
Miller is a mentor to medical students in the areas of curriculum and career selection. She is also vice chair for the Department of Medicine's Clinical Operations.