Year: 2013

Cooper in the Community – Season of Giving

February 14, 2013

During the holiday season, Cooper employees show their holiday spirit in so many ways. We helped local families celebrate the holidays through the Volunteers of America Adopt-a-Family program, which assisted more than 200 people. We ran a food drive at the hospital for the Food Bank of South Jersey and collected coats, gloves and scarves to keep…

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Recognitions

February 14, 2013

John P. Sheridan Jr., President and Chief Executive Officer John Sheridan was recently honored with a leadership award at the 25th Anniversary Celebration of New Jersey Future, for his role in helping to shape growth and development in Camden. Carolyn E. Bekes, MD, MHA, FCCM, FCCP, Chief Academic Affairs Officer Women in White Coats: The…

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In the News

February 14, 2013

Courier-Post: Initiatives support healing process to help Camden cope Cooper University Health Care’s Victor Murray keeps the persistent effects of trauma in mind while he works as a hospital-based violence interventionist. Murray is also a field worker for the Guidance, Preservation and Support program. GPS is an initiative of the Camden Coalition of Healthcare Providers…

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Give the Gift of Good Health

February 14, 2013

Your contribution to Cooper University Health Care helps us to save lives every day and we appreciate your valuable support. Here are just a few of the ways you can contribute: The Trauma Center – Saving Lives for 30 Years Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology – Give the Gift of Women’s Health Children’s Regional Hospital…

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Featured in the Philadelphia Inquirer: Hands-on medical care for Camden’s neediest at Cooper University Hospital

January 14, 2013

http://articles.philly.com/2013-01-15/news/36334079_1_cooper-medical-school-free-health-care-clinic-patients When patient Carmello Torres walks into the clinic examining room at Cooper University Hospital, he knows the drill. First-year medical student Sara Zaidi, dressed in a white lab coat with a statoscope hanging from her neck, has seen him twice in the previous two months. Torres, 55, sits on the examining table, ready to…

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