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Medication Tracker

If you take more than a few medications or supplements each day, it can become confusing to keep track of everything. What am I taking? How much should I take? What time of day should I take it? 

As a service to the community, AtlantiCare has developed this free and simple document to list each of your medications and supplements, as well as other important medical information.

Keep it handy as a reminder for yourself and be sure to bring it to your medical appointments to share with your doctors.

In addition to tracking your medications, you can:

  • List your personal information
  • Identify emergency contacts
  • List the names of your doctors
  • Create a summary of your medical history
  • Track important numbers such as your blood pressure and cholesterol
  • List your pharmacy name and phone number

Download the printable medication tracker

ARMC Patient Visitation Policy

It is the policy of ARMC to encourage the presence of a support individual of the patient's choice to be present with the patient for emotional support during the patient's stay, unless the individual's presence infringes on others' rights, safety, or is medically or therapeutically contraindicated. This person may or may not be the patient's legally authorized representative.

ARMC considers visitors important partners in the healing process.

The welfare of the patient and other patients in the hospital, as well as hospital operations, must always be taken into consideration. ARMC's staff may impose certain restrictions on visitation if the patient is likely to become unduly upset or tired or if visitation is likely to otherwise negatively impact the patient's health and welfare.

Patients are entitled to decline visitors should they so wish. If the hospital staff is informed of the patient's wishes to decline visitors, staff will endeavor to ensure that patient's wishes are honored. ARMC staff may revoke visitation or require any visitor to leave the hospital if such visitor's behavior becomes an issue affecting patients or operations, or if patient care or safety may be compromised.

Families are encouraged to designate a family spokesperson to facilitate effective communication among extended family members and hospital staff.

The health care team of ARMC can arrange for designated times to provide guidance to the patient and family to make care decisions.

To read more, please download the full ARMC Patient Visitation Policy

Financial Assistance Policy

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AtlantiCare Regional Medical Center's (ARMC) Financial Assistance Policy (FAP) exists to provide eligible patients partially or fully-discounted emergency or other medically necessary healthcare services provided by ARMC (as defined by the IRS). Patients seeking financial assistance must complete and submit an application form.

Please use the link below to download, print, and complete your application. Bring your completed application to one of our three locations during the hours designated below.

Understanding ARMC's Financial Assistance Policy

Plain Language Summmary (Overview)

Financial Assistance Application Form

Financial Assistance Policy

Billing and Collections Policy

Charity Care Forms

Charity Care/Financial Services

 
Related Resources

ARMC's Payor Contract Agreements 2016

Charity Care Application

Checklist

Locations & Directions

Printable Campus Maps

Effective January 1st, 2014 The Charity Care program is designed to help those individuals that are not eligible for the insurances offered through the Health Insurance Marketplace or have a balance after their insurance has paid.

Eligibility is based upon your income and assets on your day of service. The program does not cover physician fees. The documents listed below (with some examples) may be requested to complete your Charity Care Application:

  • Identification: For example, Driver’s License or Passport or Birth Certificate or Social Security Card for each member of the family.
  • Proof of NJ Residency (prior to date of service): NJ Driver’s License or utility bill or copy of lease or deed or support letter.
  • Documentation of income: Pay stubs or letter from the employer on letterhead that provides a breakdown of your gross salary either 4 weeks 13 weeks or 52 weeks prior to the date of service. Social Security benefit letter or Welfare (Package “G”) benefit letter (covering the date of service). If no income was earned then a support letter should be included with the application.
  • Documentation of Assets: Checking and Savings accounts, IRA’s, Stocks, Bonds and certificate of deposits are all examples of the type of balances that are to be provided as of the date of service on your Charity Care application.


To apply for the Charity Care Program, download and complete the following form.

Your completed application should be mailed or delivered to one of the following locations:

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Locations

AtlantiCare HealthPlex

1401 Atlantic Avenue
Atlantic City, NJ 08401

In-Person Drop off
Monday thru Friday
7:30 AM – 4:30 PM
1st Floor – Outpatient Registration
Office #1356

AtlantiCare Regional Medical Center

65 W. Jimmie Leeds Road
Pomona, NJ 08240

In-person Drop off
Monday thru Friday
8:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Saturday – By Appointment Only
Call: (609) 748-4042
Report to Hospital Lobby Information Desk for Pass

AtlantiCare Health Park at Hammonton

219 N. White Horse Pike
Hammonton, NJ 08037

In-person Drop off
Wednesdays Only
8:00 AM – 4:00 PM

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Related Resources

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Questions?

If you have questions about Charity Care, please call (609) 272-2500.

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Financial Services

To apply for Charity Care, please review the information below, complete the provided Charity Care Application and return your completed application to one of the locations listed below. If you have questions, please contact us.

Charity Care/Financial Services

 
Related Resources

ARMC's Payor Contract Agreements 2015

Charity Care Application

Charity Care Policy

 Checklist

Locations & Directions

Printable Campus Maps

Effective January 1st, 2014 The Charity Care program is designed to help those individuals that are not eligible for the insurances offered through the Health Insurance Marketplace or have a balance after their insurance has paid.

Eligibility is based upon your income and assets on your day of service. The program does not cover physician fees. The documents listed below (with some examples) may be requested to complete your Charity Care Application:

  • Identification: For example, Driver’s License or Passport or Birth Certificate or Social Security Card for each member of the family.
  • Proof of NJ Residency (prior to date of service): NJ Driver’s License or utility bill or copy of lease or deed or support letter.
  • Documentation of income: Pay stubs or letter from the employer on letterhead that provides a breakdown of your gross salary either 4 weeks 13 weeks or 52 weeks prior to the date of service. Social Security benefit letter or Welfare (Package “G”) benefit letter (covering the date of service). If no income was earned then a support letter should be included with the application.
  • Documentation of Assets: Checking and Savings accounts, IRA’s, Stocks, Bonds and certificate of deposits are all examples of the type of balances that are to be provided as of the date of service on your Charity Care application.


To apply for the Charity Care Program, download and complete the following form.

Your completed application should be mailed or delivered to one of the following locations:

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Locations

AtlantiCare HealthPlex

1401 Atlantic Avenue
Atlantic City, NJ 08401

In-Person Drop off

Monday thru Friday
7:30 AM – 5:00 PM
1st Floor – Outpatient Registration
Office #1356
(Take A Number)


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AtlantiCare Regional Medical Center

65 W. Jimmie Leeds Road
Pomona, NJ 08240

In-person Drop off

Monday thru Friday
8:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Saturday – By Appointment Only
Call: (609) 748-4042
Report to Hospital Lobby Information Desk for Pass


View Larger Map

AtlantiCare Health Park at Hammonton

219 N. White Horse Pike
Hammonton, NJ 08037

In-person Drop off

Wednesdays Only
8:00 AM – 4:00 PM


View Larger Map

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Related Resources

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Questions?

If you have questions about Charity Care, please call (609) 272-2500.

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Financial Assistance Policy

La política/el programa de asistencia financiera (FAP) del Centro Médico Regional AtlantiCare (ARMC, por sus siglas en inglés) existe para ofrecerles a los pacientes elegibles, servicios de atención de emergencia u otros servicios médicos necesarios, con descuento total o parcial, suministrados por el ARMC y una entidad sustancialmente relacionada (según lo define el IRS). ARMC y cualquier entidad sustancialmente relacionada se denominarán en lo sucesivo ARMC. Los pacientes que necesitan asistencia financiera deben hacer una solicitud al programa, el cual se resume en este documento.

Plain Language Summmary (Overview)

Financial Assistance Application Form

Financial Assistance Policy

Billing and Collections Policy

Charity Care Forms

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Diabetes Community
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Breast Cancer Support
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2nd Thursday of each month
AtlantiCare Cancer Care Institute

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Stroke Support Groups
First Wednesday of each month

 

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