Questions and Concerns Welcome

In order to better serve you, we make it a priority to be there to answer questions and field concerns in the complicated landscape that is healthcare.  To that extent, please do not hesitate to reach out to us anytime.  We strive to answer all inquires within 72 hours.


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Atracare has Sliding Scale Payment options available for patients who qualify based upon the Federal Poverty Guidelines.  Patients can submit an application along with their financial documents to see what level of assistance they qualify for.  To request and application, please email billing@atracare.com to request the application.

If you have any additional billing concerns please don’t hesitate to reach out to us:

Call us: (302) 212-9096
Email us: billing@atracare.com

We look forward to answering your questions.

Latest News and Clinic Information

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Kelly Palekar, Winner of the Daisy Award

Last week, the Delaware Nursing Association had its inaugural Daisy event in Dover, Delaware, where they recognized two direct care nurses throughout the state. Kelly Palekar, our psychiatric nurse practitioner in the mental health department, was given a distinguished honor and recognition for her direct patient care skills.

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Antibiotics Available in the Lobby at Atracare: Skip the Line at the Pharmacy

Atracare will become the first medical practice in Delaware to offer InstyMeds; a state-of-the-art medication dispensing technology. In many cases, InstyMeds will automate the need for multiple trips to get common medications by offering them on-site at their locations in Lewes and Ocean View. Learn what this means for you and your loved ones.

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Navigating the Maze of Viral Illnesses This Fall: COVID-19, Influenza, and RSV

As we enter the fall season, it’s essential to stay informed about the viral illnesses that can affect our community. In Delaware, the changing weather, increased indoor gatherings, and a new school year can contribute to the spread of infectious illnesses including influenza (flu), COVID-19, and respiratory syncytial virus (RSV). 

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