Johns Hopkins Medicine, Anne Arundel Health System Form Strategic Alliance
Johns Hopkins Medicine and Anne Arundel Health System today signed an agreement to form an innovative strategic alliance that brings together a wide range of experts and clinical programs from both institutions to provide increased access to quality medical care for patients in the region.
The wide-ranging strategic agreement includes the potential of joint clinical programs, satellite health care centers, collaboration on clinical research, and exploration of the development of joint physician graduate medical education programs.
“Although our organizations are different, we have much in common, including setting the bar high for delivering exceptional health care to our patients,” said Martin L. “Chip” Doordan, president and CEO of Anne Arundel Health System, the parent organization that includes Anne Arundel Medical Center. “This innovative alliance allows us both to make the best use of our resources and expand our respective clinical and organizational strengths, while retaining each organization’s independence.”
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