Free Food Distribution


SJFMC is helping families in need during the pandemic and beyond with free food giveaways at our Pleasantville and Atlantic City Health Centers.

August 15 at 10 am at two SJFMC locations:

Merle Pavilion
932 S. Main Street
Pleasantville, NJ 08232

Atlantic City Event will be held in the parking lot next to the AC Civil Courts at N. South Carolina Ave. btwn Bacharach Blvd and Artic Ave. Atlantic City, NJ 08401

Two ways to pick-up your free food box.

One per family:

  1. Drive up-Pull up to parking area, stay in your car, pop trunk for placement.
  2. Walk up – Bring a cart for the heavy food box, wear a mask, and follow social distancing in line.

Senior Citizens and disabled residents can arrange a SJFMC home delivery by calling 856-237-6240 or emailing sjfmcares@sjfmc.org

*In partnership with the Community Food Bank of New Jersey’s COVID-19 Food Assistance Program. Food will be distributed on a first come, first served basis.

Katherine Williams


Laura Tolver


Stephanie Sapio


COVID-19 Testing Near You


Testing is available at our health centers in your local community. COVID-19 Walk- Up or Drive-Thru Testing is now ongoing in Atlantic, Burlington and Salem Counties. Locations by county are listed below:

COVID-19 Walk-Up Testing in Atlantic County:

Free COVID-19 Diagnostic and Antibody Testing is by Appointment Only. You do not have to have symptoms to get tested.

Call the SJFMC telemedicine line at 609-415-9865. Appointment scheduling: Monday-Thursday 8:00 am – 4:30 pm  

Testing Sites:

Southern Jersey Family Medical Centers
Merle Pavilion
932 South Main Street
Pleasantville, NJ, 08232

Every Wednesday 11:00 am-2:00 pm

Southern Jersey Family Medical Centers
Hammonton Center
860 S. White Horse Pike
Hammonton, NJ 08037

Every Thursday 11:00 am-2:00 pm

Adults and Children are welcome for each test. All should wear a mask or face covering. Testing is weather permitting.

You must call the SJFMC telemedicine line at 609-415-9865 to schedule an appointment, Monday-Thursday 8:00 am – 4:30 pm.

COVID-19 Walk-Up Testing in Burlington County:

Free COVID-19 Diagnostic and Antibody Testing is by Appointment Only. You do not have to have symptoms to get tested.

Call the SJFMC telemedicine line at 609-415-9374. Appointment scheduling: Monday-Thursday 8:00 am – 4:30 pm

Testing Site:

Southern Jersey Family Medical Centers
Burlington City Center
651 High Street
Burlington City, NJ 08016

Every Tuesday 11:00 am-2:00 pm

Adults and Children are welcome for each test. All should wear a mask or face covering. Testing is weather permitting.

You Must call the SJFMC telehealth line at 609-415-9374 to schedule an appointment, Monday-Thursday 8:00 am – 4:30 pm.

COVID-19 Drive-Thru Testing in Salem County:

COVID-19 testing is by appointment only. Call the SJFMC telemedicine line at 609-569-4510 on Monday and Wednesday from 9am-1pm to schedule an appointment. The line to schedule appointments will be open every Monday and Wednesday from 9am-1pm. SJFMC in partnership with the Salem County Department of Health and Human Services and PSEG, will test Salem County residents who are currently showing symptoms of COVID-19, such as dry cough, fever, and shortness of breath.

Crystal Gonzalez


Christine Kotulski


Protect Yourself From COVID-19


*To help stop the spread of COVID-19(Coronavirus) and to keep our facilities as safe as possible, if you suspect that you have been exposed to the virus, please do not report to our health centers without calling us first at 800-486-0131 to receive proper guidance. Thank you for your cooperation in this effort.*

COVID-19 (“coronavirus disease 2019”) is the disease caused by a novel (new) coronavirus that was first detected in humans in Wuhan, China in December 2019.

Steps you can take to prevent spread of flu and the common cold will also help prevent coronavirus:

Currently there are no vaccines available to prevent novel coronavirus infections. If you have questions about the coronavirus call the NJDOH 24-hour hotline at 1-800-222-1222. Trained professionals are standing by and the call is free.

Click here for more information on the coronavirus.

Build a Better Tomorrow and Complete Your 2020 Census Today


Are you looking to improve your community with better jobs, schools, do you want more money for health care? Make your voice heard by filling out your 2020 Census.

The SJFMC Outreach Team will on site at all health centers throughout April and May encouraging patients to complete their forms online, on their phones or by a paper application.

Play your part in ensuring a complete and accurate count in 2020.

The U.S census is a count of everyone where they live and sleep most of the time.

Census data is collected every 10 years.

The voices of your children count too. Remember to count them.

The Census will not ask you about citizenship.

Your personal information is confidential and protected.

Starting March 12, households across the country are expected to be able to participate in the once-a-decade national head count by going to my2020census.gov to complete the online census questionnaire, which is set to be open to the public through July 31.

SJFMC Earns National Recognition for Commitment to Improve High Blood Pressure


Southern Jersey Family Medical Centers is pleased to be recognized by the American Heart Association (AHA) and the American Medical Association (AMA) as a leader in the national effort to get patient blood pressure rates under control and reduce the number of Americans who have heart attacks and strokes each year.

As part of the 2019 Target: BP Recognition Program, AHA and AMA awarded  Southern Jersey Family Medical Centers with Gold Status—one of just 542 physician practices and health systems to be recognized for achieving blood pressure control rates of 70 percent or more in their adult patient population with high blood pressure. A total of 1,183 physician practices and health systems nationwide were recognized by the program for their commitment to help patients improve blood pressure control. The recognized organizations represent 29.8 million adult patients, with more than 8 million patients diagnosed with hypertension, across 46 states and territories.