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What if we could build on our commitment to Manahawkin’s health?
Your health is important to us. Reaching out into communities like yours to help people live healthier lives is part of our mission. We’ve already had a good start. We’ve been here for the last five years to help you, your family and your neighbors get and stay healthy. But after talking with people in the community, we learned that you were looking for better access to the healthcare services you need — those that are essential for achieving a healthy life.
The result is the newest AtlantiCare Health Park. It’s a one-stop healthcare experience, where you can do everything from getting lab tests to seeing a cardiologist. And where every detail — from a beautifully landscaped outdoor area where you can relax between appointments to a café that offers lite fare — has been designed to make you feel good the minute you arrive.
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Access more services at the AtlantiCare Health Park — Manahawkin Campus.
It’s care you can trust, provided by people who truly believe in their mission — to keep you and your community healthy. AtlantiCare provides care through the AtlantiCare Regional Medical Center in two locations — Atlantic City and Pomona, New Jersey — and operates nearly 90 satellite facilities in Atlantic, Cape May and Ocean counties. This website will help you learn about all the services that are coming — from AtlantiCare and others — as we move toward our opening on June 29.
Services now available and services coming on June 29:
Services coming soon:
AtlantiCare Health Park
2500 English Creek Avenue
Bldg 200, Ste. 222-224
Egg Harbor Township, NJ 08234
AtlantiCare cut the ribbon on the expansion of ARMC Mainland Campus June 4, 2015 – marking the second phase of the $62.5 million Mainland Modernization Project. The a two-story, 35,000 square foot expansion, which focuses in part on the increased need for surgical services, opened in mid-June.
Groundbreaking for the $62.5 million project took place February 24, 2014. It includes a more than 35,000 square foot expansion at the Mainland Campus front entrance, upgrades to the existing facility, which opened in June, 1975, and additional enhancements. The expansion focuses on the increased need for surgical services.
The new two-and-a-half story addition, named the Rothman Institute Pavilion, in recognition of the Rothman Institute's $3 million gift to the ARMC Mainland Transformation Campaign, includes:
The Modernization has also included the addition of 223 parking spaces and other exterior and interior upgrades. Additional renovation work will continue into 2016.
The works of 70 artists from New Jersey and the Philadelphia area are featured in the expansion and other areas of the Modernization Project. The 225 works include two-dimensional and three-dimensional original pieces; oil, acrylic, and watercolor paintings; gicleé prints; mixed media art; photography; mosaics; ceramics; fabric art; collages, glass arts; and sculptures. It includes commissioned original works by eleven artists. The works are funded through AtlantiCare's Healing Arts Program, in part, by donations to the AtlantiCare Foundation.
AtlantiCare’s Satellite Emergency Department (SED) in Hammonton offers high-quality, basic emergency care 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. The SED is staffed by board-certified emergency physicians, specialty-trained emergency nurses and other healthcare professionals.
We are located in the AtlantiCare Health Park at 219 N. White Horse Pike in Hammonton, NJ. To reach the Hammonton SED, please call 609-704-3360. If you are experiencing a medical emergency, dial 9-1-1.
The Hammonton SED is staffed by Board certified emergency physicians from AtlantiCare, specially trained emergency nurses and other healthcare professionals.
AtlantiCare’s Satellite Emergency Department in Hammonton is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.
Patients can walk in to the SED, or be transported by ambulance or other emergency vehicles.
First responders follow state guidelines for taking patients with traumatic injuries, those having strokes, heart attacks and women who or are more than twenty weeks pregnant directly to the nearest full-service hospital that meets those needs.
Should the staff at the Hammonton SED determine that a patient requires hospitalization, they will begin treatment with the goal of stabilizing the patient. The staff will then arrange transport and admission to an inpatient bed at an acute care hospital.
The Hammonton SED is different from Urgent Care Centers in several ways, including:
As with any Emergency Department, the SED’s experienced team provides care for patients needing immediate and specialized medical attention.
The Mainland Campus of AtlantiCare Regional Medical Center is home to several “centers of excellence,” or programs with outstanding clinical capabilities and results. They include: