AAMC's Wellness and Health Promotion Department forms local partnerships that lead to the individual improvement of one's complete health and wellness. Our services include reaching out to the community through involvement in local activities, finding expert speakers for presentations and collaborating with other organizations as we reach for our Vision 2020: Living Healthier Together. We also provide askAAMC, a valuable nurse advice line to assist with health questions: 443-481-4000.
As the emerging role model of health for the area, our employees are involved in a number of programs under the Energize umbrella of fitness, stress reduction, and nutrition. Many of these services are also extended to the community.
Learn more about schedules, fees and class descriptions for the following services:
Health Education. We're involved at health fairs and other events that promote healthy lifestyles throughout the area we serve. We can connect your community group to educators to provide presentations. Please complete this short form to make the request.
Healthy Living Classes. Join the health experts at AAMC for wellness classes and events that will put you and your family on the road to lifelong health. Get a complete listing of classes and register at AAMCevents.org.
Energize Fitness Classes and Workshops. Choose from a large menu of ongoing fitness classes or movement workshops. Enjoy excellent instruction at a reduced price. To learn more, visit aahs.org/Fitness. You can download a complete schedule with class descriptions.
Nutritional Services. Eating the right foods provides the foundation for reducing a range of health risks, including digestive disorders, heart disease, eating disorders, and weight management. Ann Caldwell and Maureen Shackelford are registered dietitians, providing nutrition coaching to individuals of all ages. They will work with you to optimize your nutritional health and get results. To learn more and request an appointment, visit aahs.org/nutrition.
Get a treatment plan, advice, encouragement, and resources for breaking the habit. Call 443-481-5367. FREE for people who work or live in Anne Arundel County; FEE for all others. >>Learn more