News and Updates

AAMC raises $117K for United Way of Central Maryland

by Medical Staff Office on December 16, 2013

We did it. Thank you for your support of the United Way of Central Maryland. Your generosity helped us raise a total of $117,496 for underprivileged Central Maryland residents.

Fish for a Cure reels in more than $220,000 for DeCesaris Cancer Institute

by Medical Staff Office on December 16, 2013

Attracting 52 boats, 220 anglers and more than 500 total participants, the 6th Annual Fish for a Cure Tournament proved to be the most successful event to date, raising $220,000 to support cancer programs at AAMC. Cyrus Lashgari, MD, of Orthopaedic & Sports Medicine Center, took first place catching a 37-inch rockfish. Dr. Lashgari was part of a crew of physicians who chartered a boat for the fishing and caught half dozen stripers. Several teams of physicians raised thousands on behalf of Fish for

the Cure, with Team DESPA coming in third place with $15,000.

Gala sponsorship opportunities available

by Medical Staff Office on December 16, 2013

The AAMC Foundation 2014 Annual Fundraising Gala is Saturday, April 12, 2014, 5:30pm to midnight at the Hyatt Regency in Baltimore. The black-tie festivities include dinner, dancing to live music by the band “Right On,” and silent and live auctions. Details about sponsorship opportunities are available here. Download the sponsorship e-form here.

The 2014 Spring Gala celebrates Anne Arundel Medical Center and our “Care Beyond the Walls.” Every year, AAMC contributes tens of millions of dollars in care to the most vulnerable in our community, people living at or below poverty level.  Many of the citizens benefiting from our services are dealing with debilitating physical and mental illness or even addiction. It is philanthropic support that makes this vital care possible.

Tickets are $ 300 per person, for more information on the 2014 Gala call Kendra Smith Houghton, Special Events Officer, Anne Arundel Medical Center Foundation 443-481-4739 or email khoughton@AAHS.org.

AAMC among busiest, highest quality hospitals in Baltimore area

by Medical Staff Office on November 20, 2013

The Baltimore Business Journal recently noted AAMC as the third busiest hospital (measured by admissions) in the Baltimore region. In addition, we were noted for high quality in maternity care, surgery, and overall quality as rated by patients. Click here to read the article.

Nursing Grand Rounds: How to make #socialmedia your BFF

by Medical Staff Office on November 20, 2013

Friday, December 13, 11am-1pm in the Doordan Institute, 7th Floor, Belcher Pavilion
Ever wonder if you’re making the most of social media? If you can use it at work and what’s appropriate? Get answers and join a lively discussion on how you can make social media work for you. Lunch and registration begin at 10:30am. RSVP to clinedu@AAHS.org or 443-481-1527. Click here for a copy of the flier. Presented by the Nursing Communications Initiative and Marketing/Communications.

United Way Wine, Beer and Cheese Event

by Medical Staff Office on November 20, 2013

You’re invited to the annual Wine, Beer and Cheese tasting on Friday, November 22. The event is brought to you by the AAMC United Way campaign. Click here for details.

Photos from recent events

by Medical Staff Office on October 29, 2013

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RAPP helps women reduce their risk of breast cancer

by Medical Staff Office on October 29, 2013

The AAMC Breast Center is the only center in the region that offers a high-risk program for women who are at an increased risk of developing breast cancer.

The Risk Assessment and Prevention (RAPP) program identifies women who have a higher risk of the disease and provides them with important information to help reduce their risk. More than one thousand area women are part of RAPP.

Participants meet with specialists who review their medical history in detail and undergo a thorough breast exam. Specialists then work with participants using advanced tools and genetic counseling, to educate patients about how to reduce their risk in the future. Learn more here.

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