AAMC’s Nurse Residency program is in the news again!
“The first time one of her patients coded, nurse Cathy Herrman knew just what to do: stay calm, summon the emergency response team and be ready to offer them information and assistance.
“In the joint and spine unit at Anne Arundel Medical Center where Herrman works, most patients are relatively healthy and recovering from elective surgery. Sudden respiratory or cardiac events that require emergency intervention – nicknamed “codes” — are rare, but thanks to the hospital’s year-long nurse residency program, Herrman was ready.” Read the rest of the article here.
This article, Md. nurse residency programs aim to reduce burnout, boost retention, was published in The Daily Record on May 12 and features AAMC’s CNO, Barbara Jacobs, nurses Cathy Herrman, Breanna Oak, and Wilfredo Bueno and one of our patients from the Joint and Spine Unit.
“I am glad I had the opportunity to speak about such a well-run, fantastic program! The program deserves this recognition, and I am thankful to Anne Marie (Holland) and all involved for their efforts in preparing us well,” said Cathy Herrman. “It was a great experience!
Thank you Cathy, Breanna, and Will, for representing AAMC and our wonderful Nurse Residency program! We are so very proud of all our Nurse Residents.