AtlantiCare Campus (Atlantic City)
Complete your training at our AtlantiCare campus in Atlantic City, NJ.
AtlantiCare Campus (Atlantic City)
An integrated system, AtlantiCare is its region’s largest healthcare organization and largest non-casino employer. It has two hospitals.
- AtlantiCare Regional Medical Center, Atlantic City Campus in Atlantic City, NJ.
- AtlantiCare Regional Medical Center Mainland Division in Pomona, NJ
These locations offer:
- 1,065 physicians and providers
- 593 licensed beds
- Advanced certification for comprehensive stroke centers and primary stroke center
- Advanced certification for inpatient diabetes care
- Center for cardiac care
AtlantiCare’s more than 6,000 staff, and providers serve the community in more than 110 locations in five southern New Jersey counties: Atlantic, Burlington, Camden, Cape May and southern Ocean. AtlantiCare also offers Atlantic City's only cancer institute, heart institute, and neonatal intensive care unit.
AtlantiCare the sponsoring institution for ACGME-accredited Internal Medicine, Family Medicine and Psychiatry programs. It’s also home to a PGY 1 ASHP accredited Pharmacy Residency program and rotating medical residents from different institutions in the tri-state area.
Calling itself the “Entertainment Capital of the Jersey Shore,” Atlantic City is known for its casinos and nightlife. It’s a walkable city with plenty to do. And it’s surrounded by historical landmarks like the Absecon Lighthouse, one of the oldest lighthouses in the nation.
Besides casinos, you’ll find a wide variety of shopping, dining and entertainment options.
Check out the local happenings here:
- Eventbrite – community events calendar
- New jersey biking trails
The Department of Student Affairs is here to support your academic, professional and personal growth. You’ll have access to a variety of resources, student clubs and organizations and cultural activities, all aimed at promoting student engagement. The department also helps with career advising and planning.
A variety of student housing is also available.
Student health and wellness
Geisinger Commonwealth's Student Health Services (SHS) supports your educational experience and minimizes health-related barriers to learning with high-quality health services and health education. Find AtlantiCare campus-specific services.
You’ll also have free access to TimelyCare — a telehealth program that provides access to free, 24/7/365 medical and mental virtual health care from anywhere in the United States.
Residents and medical students at AtlantiCare participate in a variety of research activities and their work is shared during Medical Education Research Day activities. You’ll have every opportunity for scholarship and academic growth. Whether you choose to participate in a research project or not, you’ll be able to do it here at the AtlantiCare campus or with the Medical Research Honors Program (MRHP).
Address and parking info
The AtlantiCare Campus is located at AtlantiCare Regional Medical Center, 1925 Pacific Avenue, Atlantic City, NJ.
Find directions and parking information.
AtlantiCare Campus team
Dominick Zampino, DO
Regional associate dean, AtlantiCare Campus
Faculty Profile | Provider profile
Alexander Onopchenko, MD
Clinical assistant professor of surgery
Devon M. Bremer, MS
Director of clinical education administration
Department of medical education
AtlantiCare Regional Medical Center
The following core team of educators manage clinical rotations throughout phases 2 and 3 of the total health curriculum at each regional campus:
- Sarah Holder, DO
Regional clerkship director, family medicine
Assistant professor of family medicine
- Brian Isaacson, MD
Regional clerkship director, psychiatry
Assistant professor of pyschiatry
- Seva Milov, MD
Regional clerkship director, OB-GYN
Clinical instructor of OB-GYN
- Sarawathi Racherla, MD
Regional clerkship director, medicine
Assistant professor of internal medicine
- Peter Thompson, MD
Regional clerkship director, surgery
Assistant professor of surgery
- Thomas Brabson, MD
Regional clerkship director, emergency medicine