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Oct 17
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Notice: Hospital Annual Community Meetings
The 2016 ARMC public Board Meeting has been scheduled for November 17, 2016.

As required by the State, we will hold two separate meetings, one after the other, at the AtlantiCare LifeCenter Conference Room, 2500 English Creek Road, Egg Harbor Twp., NJ 08234 with the City Campus at 4:30 p.m. and Mainland Campus at 5 p.m.

Oct 17
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AtlantiCare to host fifth annual Diversity & Inclusion Event “Rhythm of Inclusion”


Oct 12
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ARMC Atlantic City Campus Auxiliary awards Deanna Mascioli 2016 Martha B. Keates Fellowship


Oct 10
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AtlantiCare announces November community events, educational opportunities


Sep 27
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AtlantiCare Urgent Care locations extend hours


Centers of Excellence   VIEW ALL
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 From the Well4Life Blog 



Patient Success Stories

"It's Important to Be Proactive"

Sam Levy, Sea Isle City, NJ

Sam_golfSam Levy of Sea Isle City inherited a love of the outdoors, a positive attitude...and a predisposition toward heart problems.

He suffered his first heart attack at age 50 and had emergency angioplasty and stent placement to open the blockage. Two more stents were placed in the same area two years ago at age 56. When he went for his annual check-up and stress test this year, more trouble loomed. Sam dealt with it head-on.

“With my history, it’s important to be proactive and not wait until a manageable problem becomes a crisis,” he states.

Sam learned that a new blockage was developing in the same artery, and that this time stent placement was not the solution. ARMC cardiac surgeon Howard Axelrod, MD, told him about a different option.

“Dr. Axelrod explained that minimally invasive bypass surgery — called a mini-CABG — would give me good results without having to undergo open heart surgery. And that’s just how it’s turned out.”

Today Sam is back on the golf links and feeling great.

“Everything about the experience was better than I expected. I’m really glad I took care of things when I did.”

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Breast Cancer Support

2nd Tuesday of each month
AtlantiCare Cancer Care Institute


Stroke Support Groups
First Thursday of each month



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