In a news story about the critical shortage of area healthcare workers, WBFF Fox 45 interviewed Karen Heyward-West and explained how BACH is breaking down barriers for residents seeking a career in healthcare. Watch it here
Meet our new team members: Jermaine Johnson, Reggie Melvin, Debbie Feldman Jones, and Alanna Taylor. Learn more about each of them
This fall, 18 healthcare workers, currently working in patient safety, food service, security, and other positions, are studying to become CNA/GNAs. Continue reading
Patience, respect, and commitment to service allowed an environmental care supervisor at Johns Hopkins Hospital to earn the trust of her team, leading to back-to-back awards as Supervisor of the Year. Read More
In light of the critical shortage of medical assistants in the Baltimore area, the Grads2Careers program has granted BACH funding for 15 Baltimore City high school graduates who may not see traditional college as an option but are seeking an occupation that has growth potential. The training will be... Continue Reading
Although the 22 BACH Fellows in the summer 2021 program did not work onsite in hospitals, they made valuable contacts and gained work experience that can lead to full time jobs in the medical field once they complete high school. Meet the cohort here
As of September 1, all staff at University of Maryland Medical Center and Johns Hopkins Hospital were required to be vaccinated or submit to weekly testing. Learn more in Becker’s Hospital Review.
BACH sponsored an apprenticeship program to train current hospital workers and unemployed or underemployed immigrants to become leaders in the Environmental Care Department. Learn more in this Johns Hopkins Medicine article