AtlantiCare is an equal opportunity employer. It is our policy and practice that all persons be treated without regard to protected classes under New Jersey and/or federal law, which include race, skin color, religion, gender, pregnancy, national origin, nationality, mental or physical disability, perceived disability, age, creed, ancestry, marital status, domestic partnership or civil union status, actual or perceived affectional or sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, atypical hereditary cellular or blood trait, genetic information, military service, or AIDS and HIV related illnesses. The foregoing are sometimes referred to as "legally protected classifications."
This policy of non-discrimination applies to all privileges and conditions of employment including recruitment, hiring, promotion, renewal of employment, rate of compensation, selection for training of apprenticeship, demotion, layoff, transfer, discharge, discipline, tenure or terms.
It is the policy of AtlantiCare to provide a work environment where we treat each other with respect, courtesy and professionalism so each of us can do our best work, and provide the safest, highest quality services to our patients and customers. AtlantiCare's goal is to provide a harassment free environment by utilizing our values, which provide a foundation for our interactions with each other. The policy is intended to define appropriate conduct for all employees, physicians, allied health professionals, contracted staff, students, volunteers and contracted staff.
Our actions and decisions consistently reflect the highest ethical standards. We operate on the basis of openness, to nurture an environment of honesty and trust.
We treat each individual with dignity and compassion; encourage creativity and assist one another to achieve our fullest potential. We believe that each individual is equally important in a unique way.
Safety of patients, staff, visitors, contracted help, volunteers and students is our top priority. We continue to integrate new learning into quality improvement and safety management to all aspects of our care environment.
We build our customer commitments upon the philosophy that quality and service will improve over time using a process of continuous quality improvement. We measure our performance against customers' standards and strive to exceed their expectations.
We combine our efforts with the efforts of others to achieve the greatest success. We respect what each individual offers and leverage team members' knowledge and expertise to achieve our goals.
All employees, physicians, allied health professionals contracted staff, volunteers, students and vendors will conduct themselves in a professional manner and treat each other with dignity, courtesy and respect at all time.
Demonstrate courtesy, politeness and professionalism in all interactions. Listen to each other without interrupting. Attend to problems that may disrupt the work environment. Verbalize disagreements professionallyAddress issues with each other in a direct, prompt and professional manner. Give positive feedback, as well as constructive criticism in an appropriate setting. Respond to questions and clarify information in a prompt and timely manner. Recognize and acknowledge the individual contributions of all team membersRespect cultural differences. Be open to what others have to say. Find opportunities to help and support each other. Communicate to each other in a respectful manner in person, and the telephone and on email. Use email in a professional manner.
All employees, physicians, allied health professionals, contracted staff, volunteers, students and vendors will refrain from utilizing behaviors that may be perceived as intimidating, hostile or harassing. Conduct that falls into these categories will not be tolerated.
Exaggerated tone of voice, screaming, yelling, finger pointingInvasion of physical/personal spaceUnwanted touching of another individualGrabbing objects from another individualThrowing objectsName calling and utilizing derogatory remarks towards anotherStarting and/or spreading rumorsUse of expletives and foul languageBerating individualsStereotypingCoercion through intimidationThreatening individualsDisplay of negative, threatening non-verbalsLyingBoisterous and disruptive activityJoke telling that people may find offensiveSee also Policy 409 Harassment Free Workplace
Anyone encountering behaviors that they feel violates this Policy should report the behavior to their immediate supervisor, any member of AtlantiCare's management team, Human Resources, through the Compliance Line (407-7788) or through Employee Voice, in accordance with Policy 409 Harassment Free Workplace.
Employee, student, volunteer, contracted staff and/or vendor issues will be handled through the AtlantiCare Human Resources Department and Administration. If the matter involves a physician (employee or medical staff) and/or contracted physician, the Chief Medical Officer or her designee will also participate. If the matter involves Human Resources, the Legal Department will handle the matter.
Failure to abide by this Policy and/or to exhibit appropriate behavior in the workplace will result in corrective action and/or discipline up to and including termination.
AtlantiCare: AtlantiCare is defined as any and all affiliated companies of the AtlantiCare Health System, including its joint ventures operating under the AtlantiCare trademark, and captive professional services corporations such as AtlantiCare Physician Group.
The Professional Practice Model is based on the work of nursing theorist Jean Watson and her Theory of Human Caring (Caring Science).
The schematic representation of the model as portrayed by the tree of life guides nurses at all levels as they provide care to patients, collaborate within interprofessional teams, and contribute to the larger nursing profession. Each part in the diagram depicts an essential component of nursing practice at AtlantiCare. All components are interdependent and ultimately come together at the center (the heart), illustrating our commitment to our "PACE" approach, Patients are the Center of Everything, for the delivery of care.
Nursing is both an art and a science. The leaves in the diagram represent our nursing practice and delivery of care at all levels of the organization.
The heart at the center of the model represents the patients/families/significant other, colleagues, and self. AtlantiCare nurses are accountable to patients/families/significant others, colleagues, and self as they collaborate to create a healing environment and provide patient centered care experience that is caring, compassionate, competent, and demonstrates safe and quality patient outcomes.
The essence of nursing practice is caring. The trunk and hands in the diagraph represent our theoretical framework, Jean Watson's Theory of Caring -Caring Science Ten Caritas Processes.
The root system in the diagram represents our organization's mission, vision, and values that our nurses embrace and demonstrate every day.
Learn more about Dr. Jean Watson's Theory of Human Caring
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|Jolene R. Ganiel, APN||6410 New Jersey Avenue||Wildwood Crest||(609) 523-1331|
|Sandra Esset, FNP-BC||6410 New Jersey Avenue||Wildwood Crest||(609) 523-1331|
|Richard Renza DO||6410 New Jersey Avenue||Wildwood Crest||(609) 523-1331|
|650 Townbank Road, Unit 103||North Cape May||(609) 884-3680|
|Tina Kane, APN||650 Townbank Road, Unit 103||North Cape May||(609) 884-3680|
|Ronald Gelzunas, DO||1200 New Jersey Avenue||North Wildwood||(609) 522-3131|
|Mary Ellen Terrels, DO||1200 New Jersey Avenue||North Wildwood||(609) 522-3131|
|Mary Haflin, MD||1200 New Jersey Avenue||North Wildwood||(609) 522-3131|
|Stephen Bushay, MD||1601 Tilton Road||Northfield||(609) 569-1900|
|Marna Cutler, DO||1601 Tilton Road||Northfield||(609) 569-1900|
|Michelle Corrales, MD||235 Shore Road||Somers Point||(609) 926-9400|
|Jason Chew, DO||201 West Avenue||Ocean City||(609) 391-7500|
|Steve Cozamanis, DO||201 West Avenue||Ocean City||(609) 391-7500|
|Dawn Gadon, APN-C||459 Route 9 South||Little Egg Harbor||(609) 296-4014|
|William Berlin, DO||459 Route 9 South||Little Egg Harbor||(609) 296-4014|
|Melissa Hutchison, MD||210 South Shore Road||Marmora||(609) 390-7814|
|Patrick Eye, APRN-BC||210 South Shore Road||Marmora||(609) 390-7814|
|Anthony Salvo, MD||120 White Horse Pike||Hammonton||(609) 561-4211|
|Donna Loughlin-Pherribo, DO||120 White Horse Pike||Hammonton||(609) 561-4211|
|Mitchell Kaminski, MD||120 White Horse Pike||Hammonton||(609) 561-4211|
|Leslie Rosenthal, MD||7313 Ventnor Avenue||Ventnor||(609) 441-2199|
|Robert Lipshutz, DO||7313 Ventnor Avenue||Ventnor||(609) 441-2199|
|Lorraine Thayer, APN||106 Court House South Dennis Rd||Cape May Court House||(609) 465-2710|
|Ephrem Hector Paradela, MD||2500 English Creek Avenue||Egg Harbor Township||(609) 407-2310|
|Gregory Novotny, DO||2500 English Creek Avenue||Egg Harbor Township||(609) 407-2310|
|Jennifer Twardzik, DO||2500 English Creek Avenue||Egg Harbor Township||(609) 407-2310|
|Anila Amin, MD||2106 New Road, Suite E-4||Linwood||(609) 927-7070|
|Jon Slotoroff, DO||48 Ansley Blvd||Pleasantville||(609) 641-1077|
|Christine Ablett, APN||48 Ansley Blvd||Pleasantville||(609) 641-1077|
|Roxellen Auletto, APN||48 Ansley Blvd||Pleasantville||(609) 641-1077|
|James Atkinson, MD||353 12th Street South||Brigantine||(609) 266-7557|
|Harry Chaikin, MD||353 12th Street South||Brigantine||(609) 266-7557|
|Theresa Rodino, APN||353 12th Street South||Brigantine||(609) 266-7557|
|Monique Gaines, NPC||353 12th Street South||Brigantine||(609) 266-7557|
|Claude Delaverdac, DO||310 South Chris Gaupp Drive||Galloway||(609) 652-9933|
|Alexander Lieberman, MD||310 South Chris Gaupp Drive||Galloway||(609) 652-9933|
|Linda Hess, APN||310 South Chris Gaupp Drive||Galloway||(609) 652-9933|
|Holly Bennett, NPC||310 South Chris Gaupp Drive||Galloway||(609) 652-9933|
|Raina Gazurian, MD||712 East Bay Avenue||Manahawkin||(609) 597-3010|
|Marcel Stern, MD||24 South Carolina Avenue||Atlantic City||(609) 345-6000|
|Arvind Patel, MD||24 South Carolina Avenue||Atlantic City||(609) 345-6000|
|Anael Destin Delice, D.O.||24 South Carolina Avenue||Atlantic City||(609) 345-6000|
|Imad Iridi, MD||76 W. Jimmie Leeds Road, Ste 301||Galloway||(609) 652-9111|
|Brian Kirchner, MD||408 Chris Gaupp Drive||Absecon||(609) 748-5015|
|Manolito Cadacio, MD||408 Chris Gaupp Drive||Absecon||(609) 748-5015|
|Brian Geraci, MD||408 Chris Gaupp Drive||Absecon||(609) 748-5015|
|Duk Hee Kim, MD||408 Chris Gaupp Drive||Absecon||(609) 748-5015|
|Charles Richwine, DO||3110 Ocean Heights Avenue||Egg Harbor Township||(609) 927-9555|
|Lori Richwine, DO||3110 Ocean Heights Avenue||Egg Harbor Township||(609) 927-9555|
|Ronald Soucier, DO||5401 Harding Highway, Suite 5||Mays Landing||(609) 909-0200|
|Carrie Kern, DO||5401 Harding Highway, Suite 5||Mays Landing||(609) 909-0200|
|Christine Daisy, APN||5401 Harding Highway, Suite 5||Mays Landing||(609) 909-0200|
|Michael Lurakis, DO||1161 Route 50||Mays Landing||(609) 625-7116|
|Dawn Mutchko, NPC||1161 Route 50||Mays Landing||(609) 625-7116|
|Deborah Parlett, NPC||1161 Route 50||Mays Landing||(609) 625-7116|
|Mark Pernice, DO||2106 New Road, Suite D1||Linwood||(609) 927-9545|
|Chona Santos-Miranda, MD||204 Philadelphia Ave, Suite A||Egg Harbor City||(609) 965-5700|
|630 Bellevue Ave||Hammonton||(609) 561-7548|
|Paul Hierholzer, DO||2778 Dune Drive, Suite 1||Avalon||(609) 967-4070|
|750 Shore Road||Somers Point||(609) 653-2101|
|Laura Janes, DO||750 Shore Road||Somers Point||(609) 653-2101|
|Kathleen Ulrich, APN||750 Shore Road||Somers Point||(609) 653-2101|
|John Kasper, DO||6725 Ventnor Ave||Ventnor||(609) 487-0100|
|Gordon A. Pieretti, DO||518A Sea Isle Blvd||Oceanview||(609) 624-0070|
|Donna Wilson, DO||518A Sea Isle Blvd||Oceanview||(609) 624-0070|
|John a Pirolli, DO||1315 Harding Hwy||Richland||(609) 697-0300|
|Paul Peterson III, DO||1315 Harding Hwy||Richland||(609) 697-0300|
|Douglas Hargrave, DO||1315 Harding Hwy||Richland||(609) 697-0300|
|Sean Goudsward DO||187 S. Route 73, Suite B||Cedarbrook||(609) 567-2101|
|Richard G. Olarsch DO||4211 Pacific Avenue||Wildwood||(609) 522-0727|
Purpose Statement: ALMA engages and empowers our organization by advancing the cultural awareness and education in the compassionate care of our community.
Purpose Statement: Educate the workforce on issues related to improving the delivery of patient care and focus on the unique health needs of the Asian Pacific community.
Purpose Statement: Heritage of SOUL will empower our workplace and community to embrace diversity and promote healthy living.
Purpose Statement: HONORS mission is to support the goals of AtlantiCare by promoting and understanding the roles and contributions made by veteran and active duty military employees and family members.
Purpose Statement: PRIDE engages in promoting respect for individuality, diversity and equality for the lesbian, gay, bi-sexual, transgendered community and their families.
Understanding spiritual diversity to benefit collegial relationships, patients, and their families.
To enhance AtlantiCare’s culture of inclusion for the disabled community by leveraging unique abilities and removing barriers employees, caregivers and customers face through the healthcare continuum and employment process.
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