You did in fact bond the two grounds together at each receptacle. The jumper between the EGC splices and the box connects the two ground paths together. Health Facilities Cable is only type AC cable that contains an insulated grounding Conductor. The bonding strip from the Armored Cable is not supposed to enter the interior of the box. The connector and jacket of type AC/HFC is listed as a grounding conductor all by itself just as if the seperate insulated EGC were not there at all. That is why you are permitted to use type AC/HFC cable as the wiring means for isolated ground receptacles. The cable jacket provides the ground path for the boxes and enclosures. The insulated green copper EGC provides the grounding pathway for the grounding terminal of the receptacle. Type MC cable, of the generally available spiral interlocking metal tape variety, can only be used for circuits were only one ground path is required. The jacket of type MC cable is not listed for use as a grounding pathway except when it is ussed together with the insulted EGC.
"This alternating current stuff is just a fad. It is much too dangerous for general use" Thomas Alva Edison