March2010

Meet our New Grad Nurses!

During their first few days on the job, we asked the members of our Nursing Graduate Internship to write down a few thoughts about why they chose nursing as a profession and what it’s like to be a new grad here at AAMC. Below, some of their responses… Why did[…]

  1. Michelle Donovan: This February for the first time ever, Critical Care welcomed three very dynamic nursing graduates to our unit. They arrived…

  2. Christine: I met with Etta today to see how she is feeling half way through her orientation. She is engaged, enthusiastic…

  3. Amy T.: Congratulations new grads and welcome to one of the most challenging and rewarding professions there is, nursing! Over the next…

  4. jazmin manlapaz: Etta is a great addition to MSU- she has proven she really cares for the patients during her PCT11 role…

  5. Anon E. Mous: Welcome Etta (and Kate)! We're excited to have you both on Med/Surg. You both have such great backgrounds and foundations…

Can you help? Volunteers needed for Homeless Resource Day

The Commitment to the Community initiative is in need of nursing volunteers to help staff a triage table at Anne Arundel County’s Homeless Resource Day. This event, which supports homeless service agencies, including the Lighthouse Shelter, will be held at Glen Burnie High School on Saturday, March 27, from 8-4[…]

  1. Ruth Kaufman: I am indeed impressed with the strong volunteer response for the Homeless Resource Day! We live in another state and…

  2. Misa: WOW! What an amazing response to the call for volunteers at The Homeless Resource Day! So much that we have…

    • Linda Tabisz: Hi Misa. What a great experience being involved in the Homeless Resource Day. I was not sure what to expect…