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AtlantiCare Regional Medical Center Atlantic City Campus
Location Atlantic City, New Jersey, United States
Emergency department Level II trauma center
Helipad FAA LID: 0NJ0
Beds 267
Founded 1898
Lists Hospitals in New Jersey
AtlantiCare Regional Medical Center, Atlantic City, NJ

AtlantiCare is a health system based in

  • Official website

External links

  1. ^ Shore News Today - AtlantiCare Letter of Intent
  2. ^ Modern Healthcare Best Places to Work
  3. ^ HealthLeadersMedia Atlanticare–Geisinger talks
  4. ^ Press of Atlantic City
  5. ^ Press of Atlantic City
  6. ^ The Star-Ledger
  7. ^ NJBIZ
  8. ^ Hospital Management
  9. ^ Baldrige Recipients 2009
  10. ^ ACGME AtlantiCare listing
  11. ^ American Osteopathic Association website


Awards and accreditations

In 2014, The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP) and AtlantiCare announced a partnership. CHOP Newborn & Pediatric Care at AtlantiCare delivers tertiary pediatric and subspecialist support to southeastern New Jersey. CHOP pediatric hospitalists are at the Stanley M. Grossman Pediatric Center at AtlantiCare Regional Medical Center Atlantic City Campus. CHOP neonatologists are at the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit at the Roger B. Hansen Center for Childbirth at AtlantiCare Regional Medical Center Mainland Campus. CHOP clinicians also consult with emergency teams at both AtlantiCare hospitals.[8]

In 2013, David Tilton, AtlantiCare president and CEO, led efforts to sign a letter of intent with Geisinger Health System in Pennsylvania.[7]

The AtlantiCare Regional Medical Center consists of two hospitals—the Atlantic City Campus in Atlantic City, NJ, and the AtlantiCare Regional Medical Center Mainland Division in Pomona, NJ.[3] The Mainland Campus, located on West Jimmie Leeds Road, opened in 1975. In 2005, AtlantiCare started a $35 million expansion project that included a new emergency department and the Roger B. Hansen Center for Childbirth.[4] In 2009, the Mainland campus opened a $20 million Cardiac Catheterization & Rhythm Center.[5] Recognizing that it serves as a resource of critical community infrastructure, when AtlantiCare expanded the hospital in 2007, it took protective measures by building Harmony Pavilion to withstand a category 3 hurricane.[6]

[2] magazine named AtlantiCare to its list of "Best Places to Work in Healthcare."Modern Healthcare In 2010, [1]

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