Florida Hospital names a new executive; research knee injuries from your mobile device; a new hair salon opens; top five real estate leases and more.
BY THE OBSERVER STAFF
Hospital names new vice president
Randy Pirtle has been named vice president and chief operating officer for Florida Hospital HealthCare Partners, Florida Hospital Volusia-Flagler’s employed group of more than 100 physicians, including primary care physicians and specialists.
An Ormond Beach resident, Pirtle has worked in health services 25 years. He earned a master of health administration degree from Chapman University, in California.
Salon 7 now open
A new place for hair, waxing and ear piercing has opened at 299 W. Granada Blvd. It will be open 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday through Friday, and 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday.
Call owner Teresa Atkins, at 677-4777.
Research on the go: My Knee Guide
A new, free cell phone application has been developed in Ormond Beach, meant to help residents research knee injuries. MyKneeGuide has options to help users visualize their injuries in X-rays, personalize a surgery timeline and find the right surgeon.
"This application was developed by a local Ormond Beach orthopedic," said Ginna Greggo, marketing consultant. "We expect that this free iPhone application will be useful to not only local residents, but worldwide."
Call 299-0028, or visit facebook.com/kneeguide.
Financial consultant goes virtual
Loucretia Campos has launched a new website through which to offer private financial consulting work to residents and businesses. Visit loucretiacampos.com, or call 527-4415.
Campos graduated from Stetson University's MBA program.
Selby Realty Inc. announces month's top 5
Located at 200 E Granada Blvd., Selby Realty Inc. has announced its top five leases of August. The properties are listed as follows:
The Del Mar, a restaurant, is located 180 N. Beach St., Daytona Beach. The lease is between Burgoyne Properties Ltd., landlord, and Ross Enterprises of Daytona Inc., tenant.
Halifax Humane Society Inc. will open a thrift store at 333 W. Granada Blvd. The lease is between MDSS Inc., landlord, and Halifax Humane Society Inc., tenant.
Kale Cafe and Juice Bar will open at 116 N. Beach St., Daytona Beach. The lease is between Burgoyne Properties Ltd., landlord, and Midtown Ecovillage Inc., tenant.
Golf carts, bicycles, surf boards, boogie boards, paddle boards, mopeds, scooters, etc., will be rented and sold at 2304 S. Atlantic Ave., Daytona Beach Shores. The lease is between MC Daytona LLC, a Delaware Limited Liability Company, landlord, and Dewayne Mashburn and Louie Matthews, tenants.
Jacob’s Well, a Christian-focused place with coffee, books, retail items, etc., will open at 132 N. Beach St., Daytona Beach. The lease is between Burgoyne Properties Ltd., landlord, and Daytona Outreach Center, tenant.
Attend a breast cancer symposium
Local health care professionals will host a women's health fair 8:15 a.m. to noon Saturday, Sept. 14, at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, 521 S. Clyde Morris Blvd., Daytona Beach. A $10 donation is suggested. Call 872-3410.