Month: June 2014

Children’s Regional Hospital at Cooper Expanding Pediatric Specialty Services

June 30, 2014

Through a Professional Services Agreement signed with Nemours/Alfred I. duPont for Children, beginning on Tuesday, July 1, 2014, Nemours physicians will see Cooper patients in five pediatric specialties to provide a wider, more comprehensive set of services to Children’s Regional Hospital at Cooper patients and families. The agreement also ensures seamless convenience as services will…

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Cooper University Health Care Announces “Same-Day Service” for Veterans as Part of “Cooper Veterans VIP Priority” Program

June 18, 2014

South Jersey Veterans Currently Facing Waits of Almost a Month for Initial Primary Care Visits and a Month-and-a-Half for Specialty Care Today, area veterans joined with Cooper University Health Care to announce the new “Cooper Veterans VIP Priority” program that promises same-day service for area veterans seeking primary care, as well as dedicated health professionals…

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The Catalyst Newsletter – June 2014 Edition

June 18, 2014

Support Children’s Regional Hospital on July 28 Join us for the Tribute to Children’s Regional Hospital at Cooper on Monday, July 28, at Caffe Aldo Lamberti in Cherry Hill, NJ. Proceeds from the fundraiser will benefit The Children’s Regional Hospital and four of its special programs: Child Life Program, Newborn Intensive Care Unit, Child Abuse…

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Parents’ Gift Celebrates Daughter’s Passion for Art

June 11, 2014

A year after her daughter Jessie passed away, Linda Falcone stood on a balcony of a hotel in Costa Rica, longing for her child. Just give me a sign. A butterfly, something, she remembers thinking. The next day while sitting at breakfast with her husband Frank, and friends, Linda witnessed the unbelievable. “This white butterfly…

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Cancer Care Inspires Mary Ann Todd to Leave Legacy at Cooper

June 11, 2014

When her mother was dying of lung cancer, Mary Ann Todd remembers seeing a wall of donors in the lobby of the hospital near her mother’s home in Delaware. “There were so many names. I would stand there, and I wondered what their stories were. What compelled them to give back,” says the Marlton, NJ…

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Courier-Post: Great Schools of All Types are Part of Solution

June 9, 2014

Editor’s Note: This piece originally ran on the Courier-Post online on June 9, 2014. Commentary: Great Schools of All Types are Part of Solution Drew Martin In March, we were proud to break ground on New Jersey’s first Renaissance school, the KIPP Cooper Norcross Academy. When construction is complete next year, Camden will gain a…

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