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About AtlantiCare

AtlantiCare, a member of Geisinger, is an integrated system of services designed to help people achieve optimal health. It does so by focusing on customer needs and expectations to provide accessible, comprehensive services of superior quality and value. AtlantiCare comprises AtlantiCare Regional Health Services including AtlantiCare Regional Medical Center with three locations, ambulatory services and AtlantiCare Physician Group; the AtlantiCare Foundation, and AtlantiCare Health Solutions, an accountable care organization.

The region’s largest healthcare organization and largest non-casino employer, AtlantiCare’s more than 5,500 employees and 900 physicians and providers serve the community in more than 90 locations throughout five counties in New Jersey. AtlantiCare and its business units are governed by boards comprised of volunteer community leaders. AtlantiCare’s focus is to serve the community as a provider of health and wellness services.

AtlantiCare is committed to building healthy communities through partnerships with local organizations that share its interest in health. AtlantiCare’s primary service offering of Healthcare Delivery, integrated with the complementary and strategic service offerings of Health Information and Health Solutions, is focused on delivering value at every stage of an individual’s health (healthy, at-risk, episodically ill or chronically ill). Together, these services offer the elements necessary to achieve, maintain or return each member of the community to optimal health.

By the numbers:

  • ARMC founded – 1898
  • AtlantiCare founded – 1993
  • AtlantiCare staff – nearly 5,900 (Number as of November, 2017)
  • ARMC licensed beds – 593; Staffed beds 541 (excludes newborn beds)
  • AtlantiCare physicians and providers – more than 900
  • Residents at AtlantiCare – 53, including Internal Medicine (42),
    Psychiatry (8), Pharmacy (3)
  • AtlantiCare locations – more than 90
  • Counties in which we serve – 5 (Atlantic, Burlington, Camden, Cape May, and Ocean)

Our History

2017 - AtlantiCare opens second phase of $25 million Manahawkin Health Park

2017 - AtlantiCare adds three Urgent Care Center locations, including Manahawkin, Rio Grande, and Mount Holly

2016 - AtlantiCare Manahawkin Health Park Phase One opens, offering primary care and specialty services

2016 - AtlantiCare Urgent Care, Clementon opens as tenth AtlantiCare Urgent Care

2015 - AtlantiCare becomes a member of Geisinger Health System, October 1

2015 - AtlantiCare opens second phase of $62.5 million Mainland Modernization Project – Rothman Institute Pavilion, June

2015 - AtlantiCare Surgery Center, Little Egg Harbor opens as third AtlantiCare Surgery Center

2014 - AtlantiCare Urgent Care, Berlin opens as ninth AtlantiCare Urgent Care

2014 - AtlantiCare and Geisinger Health System announce announced signing of a definitive agreement for AtlantiCare to become a member of Geisinger Health System

2014 - AtlantiCare Regional Medical Center breaks ground on $62.5 million Mainland Campus Transformation Project.

2013 - AtlantiCare and Geisinger Health System announce letter of intent to explore ways to work together to benefit healthcare for their patients

2013 - AtlantiCare opens $18.1 million AtlantiCare Cancer Care Institute, A Fox Chase Cancer Center Partner, Cape May Court House

2011 - AtlantiCare announces formation of AtlantiCare Health Solutions, an accountable care organization

2011 - AtlantiCare opens second Special Care Center, Galloway

2011 - AtlantiCare opens AtlantiCare Health Park, Hammonton Campus, for ARMC Satellite Emergency Department, ARMC Wound Healing Center, physician specialty offices and AMI AtlantiCare Partners in Imaging

2009 - AtlantiCare opens $32,539,000 AtlantiCare Cancer Care Institute, A Fox Chase Cancer Center Partner, Egg Harbor Township

2009 - AtlantiCare opens Satellite Emergency Department, Kessler Campus, Hammonton

2009 - ARMC Mainland Campus opens $20 million Cardiac Catheterization & Rhythm Center

2007 - AtlantiCare opens first Special Care Center, in Atlantic City

2007 - ARMC City Campus opens $128 million George F. Lynn Harmony Pavilion, new Emergency Center, Trauma Center and patient tower

2005 - ARMC Mainland Campus opens $35 million dollar expansion, new Emergency Department, Center for Childbirth

2005 - ACMC name changes to AtlantiCare Regional Medical Center (ARMC)

2002 - AtlantiCare opens first Urgent Care Center, in Egg Harbor Township

2001 - ACMC opens the Heart Institute, the region’s only cardiac surgery program

1999 - AtlantiCare breaks ground in AtlantiCare Health Park, Egg Harbor Township

1993 - ACMC Board of Governors establishes AtlantiCare

1991 - ACMC opens Level II Regional Trauma Center

1975 - Atlantic City Medical Center Mainland Division opens, Pomona

1973 - Atlantic City Hospital name changes to “Atlantic City Medical Center”

1972 - ACMC City Division opens Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU)

1928 - $600,000 hospital expansion completed in spring

1898 - Atlantic City Hospital opens at 26 South Ohio Avenue, Atlantic City, admits first patient, 11-year-old Gussie Johan

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