Allied Health disciplines throughout Anne Arundel Medical Center offer great diversity and opportunity to professionals at all levels of expertise. We work together across many departments and specialty centers to deliver on our vision of technologically advanced care that continues to meet the changing needs of our surrounding communities.
Our department is AACVPR-certified (American Association of Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Rehabilitation), and recognized as a “Best Practice” facility for our integration of EMR technology. Cardiac Rehab employs a multidisciplinary team of experts, including ACSM-certified Exercise Physiologists. All team members are BLS and ACLS trained and certified.
There is tremendous opportunity for cross-training and growth within our CAP (College of American Pathologists) and AABB (American Association of Blood Banks) accredited laboratory. Our multidisciplinary team includes Phlebotomists, Medical Technologists, Histotechs, Pathologist Assistants and Medical Laboratory Technicians. Together, we are driving LEAN principles and practices throughout the department, working toward optimal efficiency and effectiveness across all of our facilities and draw sites.
Our Neurodiagnostics area continues to evolve with the changing needs of our community. We are adding new equipment and otherwise working to improve the diagnosis and treatment of seizures, dementia and other brain conditions. We primarily hire EEG Technologists with proven experience. Registered technologists are preferred.
We are a progressive and innovative pharmacy operation that is recognized by leadership as a valuable clinical partner in the delivery of high-quality patient care. Pharmacists at Anne Arundel Medical Center are encouraged to develop a specialty by working on various clinical units, as part of a multidisciplinary care team. There is the opportunity to do rounds and request scheduling in areas of interest, as well as advance into a Clinical Specialist role. Our Pharmacy Techs also have outstanding career development and cross-training opportunities.
Our Radiology team is comprised of professionals at all levels of expertise, from Radiology Escorts to senior-level Radiologic Technologists. Together, we are poised at the leading edge of diagnostic and imaging science, with access to the most advanced MRI, CAT scan, 3D mammography, Ultrasound, PET/CT and nuclear medicine equipment. The state-of-the-art environment here at Anne Arundel Medical Center encourages our radiology professionals to gain new skills and knowledge through additional educational, certification and training. We are proud to be one of only four hospitals that has received recognition from Siemens for our innovation in radiology dose control. Our Radiology team was also one of the first in the region to utilize DaTscan to identify and confirm the diagnosis of Parkinson’s disease.
Anne Arundel Diagnostics Imaging (AADI) was the first in Maryland to earn the Breast Imaging Center of Excellence award, first in Anne Arundel County to offer stereotactic breast biopsies, and first to open a comprehensive breast health center.
Anne Arundel Medical Center provides an outstanding interdisciplinary environment for career growth and development, with opportunities for Physical Therapists, Occupational Therapists and Speech-Language Pathologists, as well as Physical Therapist and Certified Occupational Therapist Assistants.
Unique features include a formal career ladder for Rehab professionals, along with evidence-based research grants for therapists. We give you the opportunity to collaborate in the development of skilled plans of care, within a progressive, forward-thinking environment where you can advance your career.
The Outpatient Health Sciences Pavilion on our main campus is fully equipped with ceiling lifts, Lite Gait, Alter G treadmill, Bioness UE/LE, Elite Seats, cold therapy laser and BTE.
We hire Registered Respiratory Therapists who want to work as part of a large, diverse and self-scheduling team. We are an evidence-based practice, where Therapists work independently with physicians using Respiratory Therapy-Driven protocols. You can have opportunities to participate in bronchoscopy assisting, learn about advanced modes of ventilation (including APRV and NAVA), support a busy Level III NICU, and train for clinical and leadership advancement in a career ladder or as Pulmonary Disease Navigator. Specialized clinical education focused on point-of-care testing and safety is available, along with annual education days and bedside scientist grants.