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AtlantiCare Scholars Program

As part of our ongoing efforts to help displaced casino employees, AtlantiCare has initiated a scholarship program to assist members of the community to start or further a career in healthcare. The program enables selected applicants to choose from one of four courses of study. Up to 60 scholarships will be awarded.

We aim to accept a variety of community members with diverse backgrounds into the AtlantiCare Scholars program. 

If you are interested in learning more about this unique opportunity, please review the eligibility criteria and application process below.


Eligibility Criteria

AtlantiCare’s goal is to assist the local community with retraining opportunities to start or further a career in healthcare. We aim to accept a variety of community members with diverse backgrounds into the AtlantiCare Scholars program. A current affiliation with AtlantiCare is not required.

Available Programs of Study

AtlantiCare has partnered with Atlantic County Community College (ACCC) to offer four career study tracks. Each is an area of need within the health care field, and at AtlantiCare specifically:

  • Certified Home Health Aide (CHHA)
  • Central Service Technician
  • EKG/Monitor Technician
  • Patient Care Technician

Application Process

The application process includes completing the electronic application form. Applicants must meet the course requirements established by ACCC, including TABE testing, passing a physical examination, and criminal background check. Applicants will be evaluated by AtlantiCare's Human Resources team.

The online application will be posted shortly.

Contact Us

If you have questions regarding the AtlantiCare Scholars Program, please contact....

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Mission HealthCare

Our Locations

To refer a patient to AtlantiCare Mission HealthCare, please call 609-344-5714. Patients may also walk in without an appointment.

Adjacent to the Atlantic City Rescue Mission
2009 Bacharach Blvd.
Atlantic City, NJ

AtlantiCare Health Plex
1401 Atlantic Avenue, Suite 2600
Atlantic City, NJ

Covenant House
929 Atlantic Avenue
Atlantic City, NJ

To refer a patient to AtlantiCare Mission HealthCare, please call 609-344-5714. Patients may also walk in without an appointment.

This past month a landmark decision was made by the Centers for Medicare services to approve lung cancer screening. Up to this point lung cancer has a largely been a deadly disease with poor survival. The 5 year mortality has not significantly changed since the 1970’s despite significant advancement in medical technology and treatment.
In 2002 the National Cancer Institute (NCI) sponsored a large multicenter trial to examine the possible benefit of utilizing low-dose CT screening in patients who had a strong history of smoking. The National Lung Cancer Screening Trial was concluded in 2010 and published in 2011; the results were astounding showing a 20% decrease in mortality in patients who were screened with low dose CT compared to chest x-ray.
Following this publication the national comprehensive cancer network issued recommendations for screening. Since then Atlantic County has remained at the forefront of lung cancer detection. Atlantic Medical Imaging began screening patient's in November 2011, providing a free service for the some 250,000 residents of Atlantic County and the surrounding communities. The success of this program has resulted in the detection earlier stage cancers, with much better survival.
This past year the US Preventative task force endorsed lung cancer screening in patients 55 years of age with at least 30 pack years history of smoking. As of February 5th of 2015 CMS and all private insurance carriers have begun covering these patients for yearly low dose CT screenings. This has been described as a “game changer” in the fight against lung cancer, which claims almost 160,000 lives a year. Accounting for more deaths than breast, colon, prostate and pancreatic cancers combined.
AtlantiCare Regional Medical Center provides the first and only local option for patients to receive treatment from an established multidisciplinary team consisting of experienced thoracic surgeons, pulmonologists, oncologists, radiation oncologists and radiologists. AtlantiCare Imaging Services and AMI will provide this screening for the “at risk population” with the hope to change the mortality of this once deadly disease.

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WOW ME 2000mg© App

wow-me-iconThis application is designed to assist Heart Failure patients in learning and performing their daily Heart Failure Self-Management tasks. This application assists patients in managing their chronic condition of heart failure.

This mobile application is based on the successful Heart Failure Self-Management tool WOW ME 2000mg© and designed to complement the medical care a patient receives from their health care team. Use of the WOW ME 2000 application can help the patient to identify early signs of Heart Failure Decompensation while helping them to maximize their over-all level of wellness.

The WOW ME 2000mg© program is a simple approach to Heart Failure Self-Management, designed by AtlantiCare’s Cardiac Service line.

Download WOW ME 2000mg


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Breast Cancer Support

2nd Thursday of each month
AtlantiCare Cancer Care Institute


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First Wednesday of each month



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