Mark T. Jensen, co-founder and partner at Bowie & Jensen LLC, recently presented caregivers on Maryland’s Ebola treatment response teams with the Distinguished Service Award at the Maryland Hospital Association’s (MHA) Annual Membership Meeting. The event was held June 1-2, 2015 at the Four Seasons Baltimore.

Mr. Jensen, Chairman of the Board for the MHA, hosted the event and presented the organization’s highest honor to caregivers from The Johns Hopkins Hospital, MedStar Washington Hospital Center, University of Maryland Medical Center and the National Institutes of Health Clinical Center.

The Distinguished Service Award was presented to these caregivers because their incredible commitment to the health care field, bravery and selflessness was unmatched, especially during a dangerous time with increased fear and distress.

Baltimore City Health Commissioner, Dr. Leana Wen spoke at the event along with MHA President and CEO Carmela Coyle. “The women and men who stepped up to confront this deadly illness demonstrate the very best qualities of what it means to be a caregiver,” said Coyle in recognition of the recipients.

The Maryland Hospital Association advocates for Maryland hospitals, their patients and caregivers before regulatory and legislative bodies. The MHA is an independent organization, headquartered in Elkridge, Md., that is comprised of community and teaching hospitals, veterans’ hospitals, specialty hospitals and long-term care facilities.

About Mark T. Jensen:

Mark T. Jensen heads the mergers and acquisitions department at Bowie & Jensen LLC. Mr. Jensen focuses his practice on the representation of small businesses, privately held companies, entrepreneurs and professionals while drawing on his personal experience and professional training to identify goals and develop strategies and tactics to achieve them.

As an unwavering advocate of public service and health, Mr. Jensen serves on the Board of Directors of the MedStar Health System.

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