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Frequently Asked Questions

How can I get medical records?

Medical records can be requested, received, and reviewed all in one place – your MyChart patient portal. Records from hospital and Atlantic Medical Group doctor visits are available there, along with tools for prescription refills, bill pay, and appointment scheduling.

In addition, hospital records can be requested by filling out an authorization form. Forms can be delivered, mailed, faxed, or scanned and emailed. Providers who don't participate in MyChart can be given temporary access to your health records.

I need a doctor. Can you help me find one?

I have a question for my doctor? Can I ask here?

Do you accept my insurance?

How do I cancel or reschedule my appointment?

How can I get help with MyChart?

How can I get a copy of a birth certificate?

After it is completed at the hospital, the birth certificate is sent to the office of vital statistics, where it will be registered with the state and permanently stored. Newborn birth certificates are available from the office of vital statistics no earlier than 10 days after the birth of the child.

Birth certificate records can be requested from the Office of Vital Statistics for the municipality where the baby was delivered (i.e. where the hospital is located). Learn more and see instructions >

How do I get a prescription refill?

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How can I find a phone or fax number?

Use this search tool to find the phone or fax number of many of our hospital locations and programs as well as Atlantic Medical Group practices. Simply search our website for the location. If no fax number is listed, please call the phone number provided to get it.

To find contact information for a health care professional, search Find a Doctor now >

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How can I find more information about Atlantic Health System's services?

Is Atlantic Health System hiring?

Join a talented and diverse team with a shared commitment to building healthier communities, while helping you reach your highest potential.

We are seeking dedicated professionals to join our team, including positions in critical care, respiratory therapists, nurse anesthetists and other patient care and support positions.

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How can I volunteer at my local hospital?

Volunteers are an important part of the teams at Atlantic Health System, helping us enhance the patient experience and supporting our caregivers. However, our programs are suspended because of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Learn more about our volunteer programs >

How can I make a donation?

Charitable donations help us serve the present and future health and wellness needs of our communities. Our foundations play a vital role in raising funds for new technology and expanded services. Learn how you can help >