Mainland Campus Transformation Campaign

We are grateful to the over 240 donors who collectively raised over $6 million dollars to expand the care provided to our region. Your generous support of our Mainland Transformation Project and the construction of the new Rothman Institute Surgical Pavilion enabled us to continue to meet the healthcare needs of our community through the modernization of services and expansion of our surgical capabilities.



Expanding Again to Meet Your Needs

Over the last few years, patients, staff, physicians, local employers, residents and visitors have expressed their need for increased capacity and capabilities at AtlantiCare Regional Medical Center’s Mainland Campus. For AtlantiCare to continue meeting the healthcare needs in Atlantic County and the surrounding areas, a significant building and renovation project at Mainland is imperative. Some of the many factors that validate this need include:


  • In the past decade there has been a dramatic increase in the number of surgical cases at Mainland. This trend is expected to continue as AtlantiCare’s primary care practices expand.
  • As a result of AtlantiCare’s high quality care and service, more patients are choosing AtlantiCare for specialty healthcare rather than traveling to Philadelphia or New York.
  • Our population is aging and will be requiring more healthcare in the coming years.
  • There are many new senior housing and skilled nursing facilities in the area served by the Mainland Campus. Their residents depend upon the Mainland Campus for inpatient and specialty care.
  • Parts of the Mainland Campus are now almost 40 years old and are in need of repair and renovation.
  • Increasing patient volume is creating a need for additional parking.


AtlantiCare has initiated a transformation of the Mainland Campus that will include a 35,000-square-foot expansion and significant renovations to the existing facility. Here are some highlights of the project:

Addition and New Main Entrance
A two-and-a-half story addition at Mainland’s current front entrance will include a new reception area, lobby, registration center, gift shop, coffee bar, same-day surgery suite with 10 private patient bays and a dedicated elevator, a post anesthesia care unit (PACU) with 22 private rooms, a hybrid operating room and two new cardiothoracic operating rooms.

Many areas of the existing facility will be renovated, redesigned, relocated, modernized and/or expanded,
including the cafeteria and kitchen, existing registration area, sterile processing department, cardiac surgery offices, physician lounge, psychiatric inpatient unit, existing operating rooms, PACU, staff locker rooms and lounges, interior entrance for the Joint Institute, waiting area and support offices for operating rooms, intensive care unit and cardiovascular care unit.

Both the main visitor parking lot and the Center for Childbirth parking lot will be expanded and reconfigured to make parking more convenient for patients and guests.



The cost of the Mainland Transformation Project is approximately $62.5 million. AtlantiCare is seeking at least $5.5 million of this in community support to help us continue to offer the superior healthcare services our community needs and deserves. We invite individuals, foundations and corporations to join us as partners in providing this exciting new level of clinical capability. Together we can build a healthier community today, tomorrow and well into the future.

Please submit a Mainland Campus Transformation Campaign Pledge Form, donate online at, or call the AtlantiCare Foundation at 609-272-6318 to discuss a planned gift.