Maggie Burkhead

Maggie’s extensive experience in the health care industry began in a pediatric office and shortly thereafter shifted to hospital administration. Working as the OB/GYN program coordinator for second and third year medical students at Johns Hopkins School of medicine sparked an interest in the academic environment. Maggie took classes in medical assisting, medical coding and health care administration becoming a certified medical assistant, a certified coder and received her degree in health care management. She has also served as an adjunct faculty member with Anne Arundel Community College teaching medical coding, medical terminology, medical assisting, and health care law and ethics. One of Maggie’s career highlights has been the successful project management for the planning and development of an ambulatory surgery center. Maggie currently serves as the state president for the American Association of Medical Assistants.

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