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Welcome to AtlantiCare Campus (Atlantic City)

Where you’ll learn 

AtlantiCare is an integrated system, and its region’s largest healthcare organization and largest non-casino employer. There are more than 6,000 staff and providers serving the community in more than 110 locations in five southern New Jersey counties: Atlantic, Burlington, Camden, Cape May and southern Ocean.

You’ll learn and work at two hospitals: 

They offer a combined: 

  • 1,065 physicians and providers
  • 593 licensed beds
  • Advanced certification for comprehensive stroke centers and primary stroke centers
  • Advanced certification for inpatient diabetes care
  • Center for cardiac care
  • Atlantic City's only cancer institute, heart institute, and neonatal intensive care unit

AtlantiCare is 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.

Where you’ll live

Atlantic City is known as the “Entertainment Capital of the Jersey Shore.” It’s a walkable city with plenty to do — and is particularly known for its casinos and nightlife. You’ll find a wide variety of shopping, dining and entertainment options.

The city is surrounded by historical landmarks like the Absecon Lighthouse, one of the oldest lighthouses in the nation. 

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Address and parking information

The AtlantiCare Campus of Geisinger Commonwealth School of Medicine is in AtlantiCare Medical Arts Pavilion, at 7 S. Ohio Ave. in Atlantic City, N.J.

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Student life

Here to support your academic, professional, and personal growth. Click through to find information on clubs and organizations, student housing, and more. 

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Student Health Services

Here to support your educational experience and minimize health-related barriers to learning. Find AtlantiCare Campus-specific services by clicking through. 

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Medical students participate in a variety of research activities to advance their academic growth. 

The following core team of educators manage clinical rotations throughout phases 2 and 3 of the Total Health Curriculum at this regional campus:

Family medicine
Paula Amin, MD
Regional clerkship director, family medicine
Assistant professor of family medicine

Internal medicine
Saraswathi Racherla, MD
Regional clerkship director, medicine
Assistant professor of internal medicine

Emergency medicine
Brian A. Acunta, DO
Regional clerkship director, emergency medicine

Nasar Ali, DO
Regional clerkship director, neurology
Assistant professor of neurology 

Seva Milov, MD
Regional clerkship director, OB-GYN
Clinical instructor of OB-GYN

Rolando Mallari, MD
Regional clerkship director, pediatrics 
Clinical assistant professor of pediatrics

Brian Isaacson, MD
Regional clerkship director, psychiatry
Assistant professor of psychiatry 

Peter Thompson, MD

Regional clerkship director, surgery
Assistant professor of surgery

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