The Johns Hopkins Anesthesia Technology Program collaborates with The Community College of Baltimore County to prepare the student to be an important member of the anesthesia patient care team. It is the first in the state of Maryland and region to offer such an esteemed program. The Anesthesia Technology graduate will earn an associate of applied science degree in anesthesia technology from The Community College of Baltimore County, and a Certificate of Completion from The Johns Hopkins Department of Anesthesia and Critical Care Medicine. Graduates of the program are eligible for certification by the American Society of Anesthesia Technicians and Technologists. 

Project REACH

Project REACH (Resources and Education for the Advancement of Careers at Hopkins) is a career acceleration program designed to help current Johns Hopkins Health System employees gain the skills and knowledge necessary to fill vacant healthcare positions—with a focus on those that are experiencing critical and chronic shortages.

Since July of 2004, more than 400 Hopkins employees entered this innovative program and are well on their way to better-paying, more rewarding positions throughout the organization.

REACH programs are designed as a mechanism to support Johns Hopkins employees’ career advancement, and to address the critical shortage needs of our departments. Aligned with the Johns Hopkins Medicine Strategic People Priority, we work to engage, develop, and retain the world’s best people. We do this by offering coaching, programs with education/work flexibility, assessments, and other resources.

The Johns Hopkins Hospital and Community College of Baltimore Anesthesia Technology program welcome and encourage our students to take advantages of the wealth of assistance that Project REACH offers.

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