Business Briefs 09/24/2021

Gill joins AGH

Margo Gill, MD, joins Atlantic General Health System to provide women’s health, including general gynecology and primary care, for the Berlin and Ocean City areas. Gill provides care for pediatrics, adolescents and women and has a special interest in sexual health.

Gill takes a holistic and inclusive approach to patient care, with a focus on eliminating the health inequities of the more marginalized populations in our community. Her diverse experience allows her to care for a wide range of patients.

She earned her medical degree at University of Maryland School of Medicine in 2005 and completed her residency in family medicine at the Barre Family Health Center, part of the University of Massachusetts Memorial Health System.

Prior to Atlantic General, Gill practiced medicine at Forest Lakes Family Medicine in Charlottesville, Virginia, and served as a faculty physician for the Family Health Center of Worcester, in Worcester, Massachusetts.

She is currently accepting new patients for family medicine and women’s health at Atlantic General Women’s Health in West Ocean City. Appointments can be made by calling 410-728-1050.


Reid Tingle, president and CEO of Bank of Ocean City along with the board of directors, announces the promotion of Assistant Vice President Christina Rogers, to senior branch manager.

With 17 years of service, Rogers has earned certifications from The American Bankers Association (ABA) in Deposit Compliance and Small Business Banking.

She is a 2020 honors graduate of Maryland Banking School.

Rogers is very active within the local community and serves as a board member for Worcester County Developmental Center and Junior Achievement. In addition, she is the vice president of the Stephen Decatur High School Band Boosters and the treasurer of the Bishopville Volunteer Fire Department Ladies Auxiliary.

Bank of Ocean City is a locally-owned, independent community bank. Established in 1916 and headquartered in West Ocean City, the bank has six offices; three in Ocean City, one in Ocean Pines, one in Berlin and our newest addition, in Fenwick Island, Delaware.

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