Former Atomic and Uranium Workers in South Carolina

Thousands of former Department of Energy and Atomic workers living in South Carolina suffer from illnesses due to exposure to radioactive and toxic substances.

Nuclear Care Partners is one of the largest home care providers serving former atomic workers across the United States. We provide the highest level of in-home care to each patient we work with and will tailor a plan to fit individual needs.

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Meet your Local Community Outreach Manager

Amanda Rhoden

Amanda Rhoden is an EEOICPA benefits specialist for Nuclear Care Partners. She helps former workers in South Carolina apply for, and receive their medical benefits.

I once read an article in which Steve Jobs said “Your work is going to fill a large part of your life, and the only way to be truly satisfied is to do what you believe is great work.  And the only way to do great work is to love what you do.” I love that I have the opportunity each day to help others. Whether it’s directly helping former workers and/or family members learn about their benefits and obtaining care or being a resource to other medical professionals in the community, I find the work that I do extremely rewarding. I also love working for a company that shares my passion for helping others and is dedicated to this mission.  Nuclear Care Partner’s truly creates a family-like environment where everybody is there to support and encourage you, while also challenging you to grow. I feel so fortunate to work for a company whose core values align so perfectly with my own personal beliefs.

Community Outreach Managers are available for appointments throughout the states they serve. Call today to set up an appointment with Amanda!


Your local team can help you determine your EEOICPA benefit eligibility, establish your next steps, connect you to resources to help you file your claim, & help you get the most out of your white card benefits.

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Savannah River Site