Safe Ready Open
  • Safe. Ready. Open.

    Anne Arundel Medical Center is safe, ready and open.

    Your health can’t wait, so don't delay care. An "I’ll wait it out" attitude about your health due to fear of COVID-19 could lead to long-term damage. Routine and specialized care keeps you healthy.


  • Safe – Your safety is our priority

    While many things have changed in the past few months, our commitment to providing you safe, high-quality care remains. Please know that if you visit us for care, your health and safety are our first priority. We are confident that we are doing everything we can to provide a safe environment for you, including:

    • Masking of all patients and employees, providing one if needed
    • Extensive cleaning of exam rooms before every appointment
    • Frequent disinfection of common areas, including waiting rooms, elevators and bathrooms
    • Daily screening of all staff, following CDC and State guidelines
    • Daily screening of patients before coming to the office
    • Protected check-in and check-out procedures
    • "No Waiting Room" procedures to reduce your exposure to other patients, which involves you waiting in your car until you are called in for your appointment
    • Visitor guidelines to lessen exposure to other people

    Ready – Telehealth offers convenient, safe care options

    You can manage many of your health care needs from the comfort of your own home with telehealth video visits. Many people turn to video visits for routine appointments, evaluations and prescription refills.

    And, managing your health through a telehealth video visit has never been easier. Throughout the declared COVID-19 pandemic, we are waiving all copays for video visits. By making this access affordable, we want to encourage everyone to actively manage their health care during and after the pandemic. Call your provider’s office to discuss whether telehealth is an option for you.

    Open – Safe, in-person care resumes

    Our doors and offices are open to provide you safe expert care, including preventive appointments, select surgeries, procedures and diagnostic testing.

    Emergencies happen. But, being proactive about your health care is one of the most significant things you can do right now. Your primary care provider is the first line of defense in your medical care and usually the first to diagnose a health problem. Similarly, if you are under the care of a specialist for a chronic or specialized condition, please reach out to that specialist as your health care needs require.

    If you need a primary care provider or specialist, you can locate one in our physician directory.