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Today’s young professionals are tomorrow’s leaders.

The AtlantiCare Young Professionals (AtlantiCare YP) group is an exciting networking opportunity for our area’s young professionals and entrepreneurs who would like to build relationships, develop professionally, enrich our community through philanthropy and volunteerism, and contribute to the economic growth of our region.

 

hak-kim-young-professionalsAtlantiCare YP events provide unique educational and networking experiences designed to support your personal leadership growth and connect you with like-minded young professionals. You will meet and learn from established local leaders, help identify and address needs in our community, learn how you can harness your energy and enthusiasm to improve the future we share.

 

The AtlantiCare Young Professionals group provides a fun and meaningful way to get involved and make a difference in our local community through social, educational, volunteer and giving opportunities. To receive invitations to AtlantiCare Young Professionals events and career development opportunities, send your contact information to 6 SOSH Architectsyoungprofessionals@atlanticare.org.

Digital Health & Wellness Resources from AtlantiCare

AtlantiCare offers a wealth of tools to help you stay well in today’s connected world. They’re easy, free and
fun to use as part of your healthy lifestyle!

AtlantiCare Patient Portal: Manage your Health Record Online
Outpatient Portal   Inpatient Portal

• Manage your health record online
• Get your lab results online
• Request prescription refills
• Communicate with your provider's office

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• Get your lab results online
• Request prescription refills online
• Pay your hospital bill online

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AtlantiCare Well4Life: Maintain Your Healthy Lifestyle
AtlantiCare Well4Life   Well4Life E-Newsletter   AtlantiCare Online Health Library

• Your online home for health and wellness resources in our community

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• Free, monthly E-mails covering the health and wellness topics
that matter to you

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• Learn about diseases, conditions, procedures, medications and much more.

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AtlantiCare Online: Find AtlantiCare Services & Providers
AtlantiCare.org   AtlantiCarePhysicianGroup.com   AtlantiCare UrgentCare.com

• AtlantiCare services, locations, providers, and careers

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• AtlantiCare's Primary Care and Specialty Care servcies, locations and providers

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• Nine locations in southern New Jersey

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AtlantiCare’s Smartphone Apps: Track Your Health
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• AtlantiCare doctors, locations and services
• 10 interactive health trackers

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 • Manage your diabetes with guidance from AtlantiCare Team Diabetes

Coming soon!

 

 • A simple approach to self management for Heart Failure patients

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AtlantiCare Community Healthcare Access Program (CHAP)

AtlantiCare CHAP is intended to assist residents of Atlantic, Cape May and southern Ocean counties who recently lost jobs at Atlantic City casinos.

Do I Qualify for
AtlantiCare CHAP?

Find out if you may qualify for AtlantiCare CHAP here


Get Started

Call the AtlantiCare Access Center at 1-888-569-1000.


Learn more

Read the AtlantiCare CHAP press release to learn more.

The recent casino closings in Atlantic City are creating hardship for many people in our community. Due to layoffs, thousands of our family, friends and neighbors, and their dependents, will lose their healthcare coverage.

True to our mission, AtlantiCare has evaluated how we can best assist these individuals and families during this time of transition, and how we can help make sure people receive adequate healthcare now and in the future.

For those who qualify, this program includes:

  • education
  • counseling and assistance around health insurance coverage and options
  • health insurance premium subsidy support;
  • resolution for outstanding medical bills for services received from AtlantiCare before September 30th of 2014

To learn more about AtlantiCare CHAP, please watch the following instructional video, presented in English and Español.

AtlantiCare CHAP Instructional Video (Eng)

AtlantiCare CHAP Instructional Video (Esp)

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AtlantiCare CHAP

Do I Qualify?

Find out if you are eligible for the AtlantiCare Community Healthcare Access program.

Call the AtlantiCare Access Center at 1-888-569-1000 to schedule an appointment with an AtlantiCare CHAP financial counselor. Access Center Hours: Monday- Friday, 8 a.m. - 7:30 p.m.

Through your individualized financial counseling services, AtlantiCare CHAP will determine your eligibility for coverage options such as New Jersey Family Care (NJFC) or the Healthcare Insurance Marketplace and can discuss other options if you do not qualify for any of these programs.
Your appointment will take approximately 30 minutes to 1 hour.

Please arrive to your appointment with the following documentation:

  • Legal identification with a current photo such as a driver's license
  • Unemployment stub/Unemployment estimate document
  • Last pay stub from an eligible casino property (or business located in the casino property)
  • Proof of your current address (copy of a recent bill)
  • Social Security number, if applicable, and dates of birth for all dependents
  • Copies of bills with unpaid balances for healthcare services you received from AtlantiCare prior to September 30, 2014.

AtlantiCare CHAP Eligibility Steps

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How is Ebola Transmitted? What is the Risk?

Ebola hemorrhagic fever is a severe, often deadly virus that affects humans and nonhuman primates (monkeys, gorillas, etc.). There are 5 known strains, primarily in Africa, where scientists believe certain types of bats act as hosts for the virus.

Which of these statements about the Ebola virus is most accurate?

CLICK A and C or B and C or All 3 to get the facts and see how others answered.

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 * Image adapted from a U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention graphic.

 

 

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