Making an Impact

Pathways helps kids say no

Helping the Community Live Healthier

We are committed to improving the health of our community, illustrated by this sampling of our community outreach efforts: Helping Kids Say No Amanda Larkins is a prevention educator who visits high school students in their classrooms as part of a partnership among Anne Arundel County Public Schools, county coalitions and AAMC’s Pathways Prevention Program. The[…]

Karen Goldman

Patient/Family Advisor: Improving the Healthcare Experience for Everyone

As one of the founding members of the Patient and Family Advisory Council, Karen Goldman has spent the past four and a half years helping to keep the patient perspective front and center at AAMC. For the past two years, she’s been co-chair of the council, and is passing the[…]

  1. Betty Gilman: As a past 25 year employee of Anne Arundle Med Center I can relate to Mrs Goldmans love and devotion…

  2. Patience Chaplin: Karen Goldman is a friendly, nurturing, got-your-back kind of person. Her leadership shines in the trenches - beside you -…

  3. Sonja: Having met you, I know that AAMC is lucky to have you as part of their mission of health care…

  4. Claire Trazenfeld: Karen, you are perfect for that job, and I am so glad you are involved. I love your line about…

little-angels

Babies Helping Babies at AAMC

Four years ago, local photographer and Davidsonville resident Linda McCarthy began applying her talents to benefit her community. As a 20-year veteran photographer specializing in weddings and family portraits, Linda often found herself taking great photos of babies, and thought they would make a wonderful local calendar. But she wanted[…]