• Memory Matters will offer its 10-week Brain Boosters class rom 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Thursdays beginning Jan. 26, 2017.

The class, to be taught by Cathee Stegall, is designed for anyone, of any age, who is concerned about brain health. The class will teach tips to keep mentally sharp. Topics include multi-tasking, the difference between right and left brain, normal aging of the brain, and the effects of stress on the brain.

Classes are held at the Memory Matters building, 117 William Hilton Parkway on Hilton Head Island. For more information, call 843-842-6688 or email cathee@memory-matters.org. Space is limited.

Meghan Maloney has joined Hilton Head Dermatology as a Physicians Assistant. She is a graduate of Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine with a Master of Science in Physician Assistant Studies.

Meghan played collegiate golf at Franklin and Marshall College and graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Biology and minor in Applied Mathematics.

She is trained in cosmetic injectables and is also a member of the American Academy of Physician Assistants, as well as South Carolina Academy of Physician Assistants.

Hilton Head Dermatology is located at the Legacy Center, 1 Okatie Center Blvd South, Suite 202 in Bluffton, and at 16 Hospital Center Blvd., Suite 1 on Hilton Head Island. For more information, call 843-689-9200 or visit www.hiltonhead dermatology.com.

Maggie Gill, president and chief executive officer of Memorial Health in Savannah, Georgia, was named by Becker’s Hospital Review as one of its 2016 “135 Nonprofit Hospital and Health System CEOs to know.”

The annual list, which was published Nov. 9, includes leaders from some of the nation’s largest and most successful nonprofit healthcare organizations. Gill was also included on Becker’s 2016 list of “130 Women Hospital and Health System Leaders to know,” which was published Nov. 22.

Gill joined Memorial in 2004 as vice president of finance and managed care and was promoted to chief operating officer in 2005. In 2006, she assumed additional responsibilities as interim chief financial officer, and she initiated a financial turnaround that yielded $30 million in annualized cost savings.

She was named president and CEO of Memorial Health in 2011.

Becker’s Hospital Review is a leading source for business and legal information for healthcare leaders. The monthly publication is aimed at hospital executives and boasts an audience of approximately 18,500 healthcare industry leaders.

To learn more, visit www.memorial health.com.

  • Seniors 65 and older might be eligible for a free eye exam through EyeCare America, a public service program of the American Academy of Ophthalmology.

To determination if someone qualifies, visit www.aao.org/eyecareamerica. The program covers eye exams and follow up care with a volunteer ophthalmology for one year. Eyeglasses are not covered.

There are 72 such physicians in South Carolina. EyeCare America is co-sponsored by the Knights Templar Eye Foundation Inc. For more information, visit www.aao.org/eyecareamerica.