The Baldwin Society: Models for Community Leadership.
“We had excellent care at Anne Arundel Medical Center. This care was like no other – our doctors and nurses saved our lives and the lives of so many others every year. That’s why we are proud to be members of the Baldwin Society.”
- Carmela and Steve Coyle
Anne Arundel Medical Center is nationally recognized for quality patient care and services that benefit all of our friends, families and neighbors in the region. Such success in providing superior health care could not be achieved without the leadership of many, especially those who are members of The Baldwin Society. The Thomas I. and Peggy A. Baldwin Society was established to honor those individuals and businesses who make gifts of $10,000 or more each year to enhance health care in our community.
These critical funds allow for planned expenditures to upgrade technology, patient care programs, and expanding the facility at Anne Arundel Medical Center. It’s the on-going support of Baldwin Society members that generate important advances in patient care here, and such support deserves special recognition for giving back to the community.
Your exemplary support is acknowledged by the Baldwin Society in the following ways:
- A personal expression of thanks from the President and CEO of AAMC
- Invitations to special AAMC lectures and events
- Exclusive invitation to an annual “state of the healthcare system” presentation
- Recognition in publications (with your permission)
- Inclusion in friends and family programs (with your permission)
To find more about the Baldwin Society, and how you make an important impact in your community, contact Jan Wood, president and chief development officer, AAMC Foundation at 443-481-4732, firstname.lastname@example.org.