Why You Should Not Put Off Seeing Your Doctor
Sure we know we need to eat right,  exercise and avoid harmful habits, but doing this can help you detect problems early and keep you on a better track to good health.  Our health is our own responsibility, so we need to do all we can to take care of ourselves.
AtlantiCare Gets Top 5 State Ranking in New Report
AtlantiCare Regional Medical Center has made the list of best hospitals in New Jersey for the second-straight year, according to a ranking released Tuesday by U.S. News & World Report.
The annual Best Hospitals report ranks AtlantiCare number five in New Jersey, saying its campuses in Atlanti…
AtlantiCare Named a Leader in LGBT Equality
One of south Jersey's largest employers is being lauded for giving fair treatment to the LGBT community. AtlantiCare is being recognised for its policies of inclusiveness related to LGBT employees and patients.
According to a press release, this isn't the first time AtlantiCare has rec…
A Change at the Top Coming at AtlantiCare
David Tilton announced Thursday that he will retire as president and CEO of AtlantiCare health system on June 30, after 29 years with the organization. Tilton has been the President of AtlantiCare, one of South Jersey's largest employers, since 2007...
Annual Wellness Visit So Important for Good Health
So you have decided to eat better and get more physical activity to improve your health this year.  That's great, but don't forget another important element of good healthcare - an annual visit with your healthcare provider.  This important annual check-up gives you the opportuni…
Preventing Injuries As We Age
Physical activity is important throughout our lives and can keep us feeling and looking young. But as we get older our bodies slow down and we are more prone to injuries. I personally have had shoulder surgery from making one too many serves on the tennis court!

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