Nursing Careers

Anne Arundel Medical Center (AAMC) is proud to be among fewer than 500 hospitals worldwide who have achieved Magnet® designation for the highest level of excellence in nursing care. The American Nurses Credentialing Center recognized us for excellence in leadership, nurse-physician collaboration, patient satisfaction, evidence-based practice, and commitment to patient- and family-centered care.

Anne Arundel nurses clearly set the benchmark for quality care in our community and beyond, as we have received Magnet® re-designation beginning in 2019.

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PATIENT- & FAMILY-CENTERED CARE

Patient- and family-centered care requires more than a skill set. It requires a mindset focused on the principles of Dignity and Respect, Information Sharing, Participation and Collaboration. Patients and families are encouraged to be participatory members of the health care team — helping to make decisions about their care or the care of a loved one.

NURSING QUALITY

Our nursing quality councils are based on a three-tier infrastructure — unit level, service line level, and organizational level. Each level escalates to the next, allowing for strong communication and collaboration between quality councils, as well as within and between the service lines. Within the councils, nurses formulate their practice questions, conduct literature reviews, review research articles, and create quality improvement projects geared to the specific needs of their patients.

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

Anne Arundel Medical Center makes career growth and advancement a priority for our nurses. We have a formal clinical ladder program and clinical ladder coaches who can help you assess your goals and guide you through the portfolio and application process. We also offer financial aid and scholarship opportunities, along with in-house seminars, workshops and access to continuing education credits via HealthStream®.

  • “Ask AAMC” Nurse Advice Line
  • Acute Care for the Elderly (ACE)
  • Cardiac Cath Lab
  • Care Management
  • Clinical Education
  • Critical Care/ICU/IMU
  • Interventional Radiology
  • IV Therapy
  • Joint/Spine Unit
  • Labor & Delivery
  • Lactation
  • Level III NICU
  • Med/Surg
  • Mother/Baby Unit
  • Neuro Care Unit
  • Observation Unit
  • Operating Room
  • Outpatient Infusion
  • PACU
  • Emergency Department
  • Endoscopy
  • General Surgical Unit
  • Heart & Vascular Unit
  • Informatics
  • Inpatient Oncology Unit
  • Pediatrics/Pediatric ED
  • Behavioral Health Partial Hospitalization Program
  • Pathways Treatment Center
  • Pre-Admission Testing
  • Pre-Op/PACU
  • Prep Team
  • Procedural Care Unit
  • Radiation Oncology
  • Short-Stay Unit
  • The Breast Center
  • Women’s Education
  • Women’s Surgical Unit

NURSE GRADUATE RESIDENCY

As a member of the Maryland Nurse Residency Collaborative, we offer a 12-month nurse residency program that is designed to provide a smooth transition as you embark on your professional nursing career. All Nurse Graduate Residents are assigned to a mentor who will provide support and assistance throughout your first year of professional development.

  • Held up to 3 times each year
  • 12-16 weeks of preceptored orientation
  • Assigned mentor
  • Candidates should apply to positions of “Nursing Graduate” via our career site
  • Nursing school transcripts will be requested at time of interview
  • Current American Heart Association Healthcare Provider BLS certification required

STUDENT NURSE OPPORTUNITIES

Anne Arundel Medical Center also offers opportunities for students to join us as a Student Nurse Patient Care Technician and provide direct patient care. You will gain real-world experience in an acute care setting. This program is available to students who are actively enrolled in a Registered Nursing program and have completed at least one clinical semester. Candidates must have an active Maryland Certified Nursing Assistant certification and American Heart Association Healthcare Provider BLS certification. Student nurses are generally hired in the Fall and Spring for December and June start dates. Proof of active enrollment in an RN program is required.

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Contact Us

Tom Urbanski
Nurse Recruiter
443-481-3520
turbanski@aahs.org


Noel Eloff
Nurse Recruiter
443-481-3520
neloff@aahs.org