I assume the OP means atropine in which case the structure presented has an extra methylene group. The renderings of a single enantiomer of atropine by ChemDraw 20.1 and JSmol are shown below.
Using the terminology of Mislow and Siegel (https://doi.org/10.1021/ja00323a043), the bridgehead carbons and the benzylic carbon are stereogenic and chirotopic, Thus, the R/S designation. The remaining carbon labeled "r" is stereogenic but achirotopic (r/s). Therefore, there are four stereogenic centers three of which are chirotopic.
In this question you can look at the IUPAC definition of the chiral center. According to the definition, carbons that are attached to nitrogen are chiral centers — they have 4 different chemical groups attached to them. The $\alpha$-carbon to the ester group is also a chiral center. However, the third carbon (from top to bottom) that you circled is not a chiral center because two groups from the cycle are identical.