A Grand Vision Grows on AAMC’s Campus
“AAMC is a regional destination health center, attracting medical specialists across the nation. It’s our goal that our patients leave feeling like they’ve been treated with the same compassionate, personal care they have been receiving for years.”
— Martin L. Doordan, President and CEO, AAMC
Anne Arundel Medical Center is making great strides toward bringing more of the best health care services to the growing population of the region. From its earliest days as an emergency hospital in downtown Annapolis to today’s expanding medical park campus minutes from Route 50, AAMC has been a leader and innovator in meeting the health care needs of the community.
The current expansion project— known as “Vision 2010”—began nearly two years ago with the completion of the new 26-bed Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU), called “Teddy’s Place.” Other early improvements included the expansion and relocation of the AAMC Wound Center, the Lymphedema and Rehabilitation Services Center, the Cardiac and Pulmonary Rehabilitation Center, and the Blood Donor Center to locations more convenient for our patients.
Opening Early 2011!
The New Acute Care Pavilion South (ACP South)
Highlights of the New Emergency Department
Construction workers began moving tons of earth in spring 2007 behind the Wayson Pavilion for the new garage (Garage B), beginning the most visible transformation of the campus since the main hospital opened on the Medical Park campus in December 2001. The new 400+-space garage has opened, giving patients free, convenient access to the Wayson and Donner Pavilions. AAMC also has added more than 200 parking spaces to the Sajak Pavilion garage on the west campus.
Already well underway is the construction of the new Ambulatory Services Pavilion (ASP) and its 900+ space parking garage. The ASP will be home to physicians offices, diagnostic services, and a state-of-the-art Health Sciences Institute that will host medical conferences, continuing medical education classes, and community health education events and seminars.
To make way for construction of the new Acute Care Pavilion South patient tower and 1,200-space ACP South parking garage, the AAMC emergency waiting room entrance was redesigned and relocated (see p. 2, AAMC Campus Update). On these pages, you will see renderings of what the AAMC Medical Park campus will look like. Regular updates, including photographs, will be posted on the AAMC Web site, www.aahs.org. Be sure to visit often to watch our progress.
Highlights of the Ambulatory Services Pavilion (ASP)
Scheduled to open 2009
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