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Medical Center based in Annapolis Maryland, known for Vascular, Joint, Spine, Brain, Women's and Children's, UroGYN, and Oncology Services

Anne Arundel Medical Center is one of the acute care hospitals/facilities located in Anne Arundel County, MD.

Anne Arundel Medical Center does have an emergency room. They use electronic medical records.

Anne Arundel Medical Center is a voluntary non-profit - private hospital.

Hospital Hours

Monday Open 24 hours
Tuesday Open 24 hours
Wednesday Open 24 hours
Thursday Open 24 hours
Friday Open 24 hours
Saturday Open 24 hours
Sunday Open 24 hours

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They have different departments so I am addressing it as such. My score of 3 is an overall summary, some areas were great, some lacked. The ER forgot about me and a few other patients, they became busy, but even still, gotta check on people. It took me 5.5 hours to get water or food, even though I was admitted with dehydration and almost fainting. I had to ask for water finally and food, they apologized and grabbed what they could because the cafeteria was closed at that point they said. Once I was in a room, in the cardiovascular area 366, the staff was amazing! Very attenttive and caring. I have spent months in other hospitals as a visitor for families' procedures, and the staff here seemed better than most I have interacted with. They made my stay pleasant and truly cared! With that said about spending time in other hospitals, I have to say the Food from dietary department is incredible! Very good! Even better than most restaurants these days. I told them as they made their rounds. Kudos! (2 weeks ago)

Outpatient Lab: Friendly staff, No wait time (while I was there anyway), Quick and easy blood draw. I've never left a review for a medical provider, but I'd been putting off this appointment for months because my last experience at another lab was unpleasant, and the difference in atmosphere here was remarkable. The staff went the extra mile to make sure my orders were correct (I'd printed one twice and missed another) and waited patiently while I corrected the issue; everyone was friendly; the phlebotomist Ashley was quick and efficient. (in the last week)

My mother received excellent care from the staff and doctors. In fact she was transfered from Easton to AAMC because of our concerns of treatment. She did not need something they wanted to do. Thank you to Kathy RN and Susan Tech from the 3rd floor. I'm sorry I cannot recall every ones names. EVERYONE was absolutely wonderful. My mother would have gladly stayed just because of your caring demeanor. (2 weeks ago)

This is the WORST hospital I have ever been to. My whole pregnancy was a nightmare because of them. Let’s start with the rude staff (white girls that don’t care, black ones with attitude). I was induced and had to wait 45 minutes because he (anesthesiologist) was held up. The place is so run down and old. Please if you want peace of mind when delivering your precious baby into the world DO NOT EVEN LOOK IN THERE DIRECTION. (a month ago)

Very little continuity of care or pain management being a priority; my fiance came in with obvious gallbladder issues diagnosed through the ER. When he was moved to observation, a nurse refused to believe the gallbladder diagnosis and strong armed whoever into a barrage of cardiac tests which kept him up all night. When I suggested they were unnecessary, another nurse told me that "if I loved him, I would want these tests." When he finally had surgery to remove his gallbladder, the surgeon was amazing, but the staff couldn't locate him or the room he would be in. I was led around 3 levels of the hospital looking for someone who had any information, all the while being told that they don't have room for him. I'm thankful for the surgery finally getting done, but we only had one nurse who seemed to care about his pain, which was never really addressed despite his constant honesty about pain levels. All the observation nurses could use a lesson in bedside manner. (4 months ago)

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