AAMC is actively preparing for this transition through comprehensive testing and training. We are completing readiness testing in Alec, our electronic medical record, and other systems. In addition, we are providing training opportunities for all of those affected by this transition especially medical staff. Find an update here.
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On behalf of Anne Arundel Medical Center, in honor of National Doctor’s Day, I want to thank you for your commitment to our patients each and every day and the important contribution you make to improving health in our community. I hope you were able to make it to the physician lounge in Hospital Pavilion South today to enjoy the gourmet catered lunch. In addition, the AAMC Foundation thanks these physicians from our Medical Staff whose efforts have helped to secure community philanthropic support to advance healthcare.
With more than 3,000 Maryland residents waiting for an organ transplant, the need for registered donors is critical. Help us raise awareness for organ and tissue donation and get the facts about becoming a donor. Join us for these events.
Donate Life Flag Raising
Tuesday, April 1, 8am, outside the Southport Eatery
Help us raise awareness about organ donation.
Be Seen in Green
Friday, April 11
Show support of organ, eye and tissue donation by wearing green today.
Organ and Tissue Donation Registration and Information
Tuesday, April 22, All Day, Southport Eatery
Be sure to bring your driver’s license. Can’t make it? Register by visiting donatelife.net.
To help modern families (unmarried and/or same-sex couples) navigate the intricacies of financial and estate planning, the AAMC Foundation will host a complimentary wills and legacy planning event, complete with breakfast, on Saturday, March 29, from 8:30 to 11am. Estate planning attorney Julie Schejbal and wealth planner Jacquelyn Boyer who have experience and specialize in planning for same-sex and unmarried couples, will spend the morning providing advice on the best way to plan for a healthy financial future. Medical staff member David Afzal, DO, has a special interest in providing primary care to the LGBTQ community and will be available to answer any medical questions. >>More
In February, Urgent Care on Kent Island became part of Anne Arundel Medical Center. It is no longer managed by Johns Hopkins Community Physicians. The same physicians and care providers are providing care. >>More