ISAAC JOINS RE/MAX OF THE ISLANDS
RE/MAX of the Islands announced that Calvin Isaac has joined its company as a sales associate.
He is originally from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, but as a youth was raised in Richmond, Virginia. Isaac returned to the Pittsburgh area and attended the California of Pennsylvania University, earning a Bachelor of Science in sports management in 2016.
He started working for the Florida Everblades afterward, and his current position is group sales and corporate partnership manager. Isaac is looking forward to assisting his existing clientele by expanding his level of service to include real estate sales and marketing.
REC CENTER ADDS TO HALL OF SPONSORS
Barbara Beran and Rickert Shewring have joined the Sanibel Recreation Center’s Hall of Sponsors as a new sponsor.
Proceeds from the purchase of the sponsor sign are applied to the center’s Financial Assistance Program. It assists parents, grandparents and legal custodians who financially qualify for their children to attend the after-school program, summer day, holiday and spring break camps, fun days, babysitter training camp, basketball league, volleyball camp and the C.I.T. program at the center.
A printout of all the sponsors can also be obtained at the center’s reception counter.
For more information, call volunteer sponsor Chairperson Barry Alan Roth at 239-313-9591 or Sanibel Recreation Center Director Trish Phillips at 239-472-0345.
SAN CAP COMMUNITY BANK HIRES GUIDO
Cindy Guido recently joined Sanibel Captiva Community Bank as a customer service representative and teller at the Bridge Branch in Fort Myers.
She is responsible for assisting customers with personal and business banking transactions.
Prior to joining the bank, Guido was employed by another financial institution as a teller supervisor and customer service representative.
LEE HEALTH HOSPITALS RATED IN TOP 5 PERCENT
Cape Coral Hospital, Gulf Coast Medical Center, Lee Memorial Hospital and HealthPark Medical Center are the recipients of several Specialty Excellence Awards and have been named among America’s 100 Best Hospitals for Specialty Care for 2021 by Healthgrades. The designation recognizes hospitals that deliver superior quality and patient outcomes within a number of specialty service lines and focus areas.
All four earned superior performance ratings in the specialty areas of critical care, pulmonary care and stroke care, while Cape Coral and Lee Memorial also saw high performance ratings in the areas of gastrointestinal care and general surgery. Additionally, each hospital earned Specialty Excellence Awards for cranial neurosurgery and neurosciences, as well as bariatric surgery (LMH and HPMC).
The list is based entirely on clinical quality outcomes for 32 conditions and procedures across 16 specialties. Healthgrades evaluates performance for over 4,500 hospitals nationwide annually based on Medicare inpatient data from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services Medicare Provider Analysis and Review database. No hospital can opt-in or opt-out, nor can they pay to be evaluated.