Announcing the Updated Magnet Intranet Page & 2018 Magnet Document Online

Magnet Intranet Page As nurses, you know that Magnet is the highest honor an organization can receive in recognition of excellence in nursing care.  Within the next few months, we anticipate appraisers from the American Nurses Credentialing Center will come to AAMC to see for themselves how we live and[…]

AAMC nurses serve the community

Several of our AAMC nurses proudly volunteered at the Anne Arundel County annual Homeless Resource Day this past Saturday, 10/27. This is a one day-one stop opportunity for individuals & families experiencing homelessness to access a number of services including medical care. Our AAMC nurses triaged over 150 individuals and[…]

Scholarly Activity

Nurses and support staff who have published or presented their professional work are invited to share their scholarly activities here. Complete this form to add a new activity or update an existing activity. Please contact Cathaleen Ley at cley@aahs.org with questions.

Welcome to AAMC!

Please give a warm welcome to the following new AAMC nursing staff from October 2018! Megan Attick, Staff Nurse – Women’s Surgical Unit Unique Boardingham, Patient Care Technician – 4 Medical Ashley Bremmer, Staff Nurse – Observation Unit Taylor Buffenmyer, Staff Nurse – General Surgical Unit Kayla Cerrito, Staff Nurse –[…]

Professional Development Day

Anne Arundel Medical Center hosted its annual Professional Development Day last Friday, October 19, 2018. Sessions covered a variety of topics, such as proper documentation, emotional intelligence, DAISY awards, and providing healthcare for the LGBTQ population. The February 2018 Nurse Residents presented their evidence-based practice projects. Topics included: – Animal therapy[…]

The autumn of my life: what matters to me

What if every healthcare provider routinely asked their patients, “What matters to you?” — and listened attentively at every encounter with individuals and their family members? What would we learn? How would understanding “What Matters” enhance our ability to develop genuine partnerships with our patients? “What Matters” is a simple,[…]

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American Association of Critical Care Nurses (AACN) review class

Anne Arundel Medical Center offers various educational programs to engage the nursing staff and encourage professional development. We are fortunate to have a host of professional organizations related to our specialties that offer wonderful opportunities for additional continuing education, collegiality, peer support, and sharing of best practices. AAMC is happy[…]