Richards OB Retirement Letter
We remain a private practice so that our physicans, not a hospital system, make decisions on optimal care for our patients.
Our group was recognized in 2016 by Howard County General Hospital as having the highest proportion of major gynecologic cases completed successfully with minimally invasive techniques (comparing all the Gynecology groups at Howard County). This affirms our physicians' level of skill and their interest in minimizing our patient’s recovery time and postoperative pain.Read full letter
Siblings Have Babies Same Day at Howard County General -
Dr. Mark Esposito delivered both babies hours apart at the hospital in Columbia.
For her parents, Brian and Katie Evans, the day was especially symbolic. The number 13 has been a good omen throughout their relationship. They began dating when they were 13 years old and married 13 years later, on Sept. 13, 2014.
The couple didn’t have to go far to introduce their newborn to the family; Brian’s sister Cara and her husband, Adam Pugh, were down the hall at the hospital, where they celebrated the birth of their own baby girl that afternoon. Taylor Catherine Pugh arrived at 3:19 p.m. on Tuesday, Oct. 13. Dr. Mark Esposito delivered both, according to the hospital. Brian Evans and Cara Pugh are siblings who have always been close, according to the hospital, which reports he was the best man at his sister’s wedding.
Pictured, Brian, Katie and Audrey Elaine Evans with Cara, Adam and Taylor Catherine Pugh. Photo Credit: Jill Smith/Howard County General Hospital. View article
All of our providers and staff would like to express our sincere gratitude to our valued patients for your continued confidence.
Congratulations Dr. Pilevsky!
On May 28th, Dr. Pilevsky was honored by the Jewish Federation of Howard County for her outstanding contributions to the Jewish Federation and the Howard County community.
She looks forward to many years of continuing to serve her patients and the community of Howard County.