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Urmi Boyd has joined Home Instead Senior Care in Eugene as personnel coordinator. She oversees recruiting, hiring and training caregivers for the elderly. Boyd previously served as senior outreach worker for Lane County Senior and Disabled Services.

New Horizons Home Care Resources in Eugene has promoted Jennifer Saunders Jennifer Jane Saunders (born July 6, 1958[1] in Sleaford, Lincolnshire) is a BAFTA and Emmy Award-winning English comedienne, writer and actress.

She first came into public prominence in the early 1980s when she became a member of The Comic Strip
 to registered nurse case manager. She will direct a team of registered nurses that oversees all in-home client assessments, admissions and client care plans. Saunders has been with New Horizons for two years.

Heidi Behrends and Marianne Brown have joined McKenzie Midwifery midwifery (mĭd`wī'fərē), art of assisting at childbirth. The term midwife for centuries referred to a woman who was an overseer during the process of delivery. In ancient Greece and Rome, these women had some formal training.  & Women's Services in Springfield as office nurse staff. They are responsible for patient care, phone triage triage

Division of patients for priority of care, usually into three categories: those who will not survive even with treatment; those who will survive without treatment; and those whose survival depends on treatment.
, childbirth and lactation lactation

Production of milk by female mammals after giving birth. The milk is discharged by the mammary glands in the breasts. Hormones triggered by delivery of the placenta and by nursing stimulate milk production.
 education. Behrends and Brown have several years of obstetric ob·stet·ric or ob·stet·ri·cal
Of or relating to the profession of obstetrics or the care of women during and after pregnancy.

obstetrical, obstetric

pertaining to or emanating from obstetrics.
 nursing experience.

Bill Temes and Karl Kolbeck have joined the physical therapy staff at Therapeutic Associates Inc. of Eugene/Springfield. He serves as a faculty and board member at the North American North American

named after North America.

North American blastomycosis
see North American blastomycosis.

North American cattle tick
see boophilusannulatus.
 Institute of Orthopedic Manual Therapy. Temes will serve as clinical residency director and will treat patients at the west Eugene and Gateway offices. Kolbeck will be providing physical therapy to patients at the west Eugene office. He has 11 years of orthopedic physical therapy experience.


The Junior League has elected the following to serve on the executive committee for 2002-03: president, Wendy Laing; president elect, Nancy Grove; administrative vice president, Julie Tartar; community vice president, Erin Regali; secretary, Laurel Allender; treasurer, Kristin Forrest; and assistant treasurer, Megan Capper cap·per  
1. One that caps or makes caps.

2. Informal Something that surpasses or completes what has gone before; a finishing touch or finale.


KMTR-TV, KVAL-TV, KLSR-TV and KEVU-TV of Eugene/Springfield received the Nancy Dickerson Nancy Dickerson (January 19 1927 - October 18, 1997) was an American pioneering radio and television newswoman. As famous as a celebrity and socialite as she was for her journalism, she later became an award-winning independent producer of documentaries.  Whitehead whitehead /white·head/ (hwit´hed)
1. milium.

2. closed comedo.

 Award from Drug Strategies, a national non-profit research institute. The award is in recognition of the one-hour commercial-free, anti-drug and alcohol program, "One Voice: Media United Against Drugs" for "Connecting with Kids: What You Need to Know," produced and aired by the television stations.

Chuck Forster, executive director of the Lane Workforce Partnership, has been elected chairman of the Oregon Workforce Part- nership.


New Horizons Home Care Resources Inc. has moved to 392 Rustic Place, Eugene. The hours are Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. The phone is 687-8851.

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Date:Nov 19, 2002
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