Month: January 2018

Local Nonprofit Donates Art Cart to Benefit Children at Children’s Regional Hospital at Cooper

January 31, 2018

Camden, NJ – Young patients at the outpatient pediatric clinic at Children Regional Hospital’s at Cooper will be able to nurture their creative sides thanks to the donation of “Alicia’s Art Cart” from the Alicia Rose Victorious Foundation. The Arts & Crafts Cart is stocked with age-appropriate products from arts and crafts retailer A.C. Moore,…

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Cooper and Inspira Join Forces to Create the Largest Cardiac Care Program in South Jersey

January 26, 2018
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(Camden and Mullica Hill, NJ) – Cooper University Health Care and Inspira Health Network today announced that they have formed a joint venture to completely integrate cardiac services called Cardiac Partners. This affiliation will provide patients in the South Jersey region with access to more coordinated and comprehensive cardiac services across the continuum of care.…

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Cooper, Inspira Join Forces to Create Largest Cardiac Care Program in South Jersey – SNJ Today

January 25, 2018

By: SNJ Today Staff (Camden and Mullica Hill, NJ) – Cooper University Health Care and Inspira Health Network today announced that they have formed a joint venture to completely integrate cardiac services called Cardiac Partners. This affiliation will provide patients in the South Jersey region with access to more coordinated and comprehensive cardiac services across…

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South Jersey Health Systems To Combine Heart Programs In Major Deal – Philadelphia Business Journal

January 25, 2018
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By: John George – January 25, 2018 Two of South Jersey’s largest health care providers are combining heart care programs. Cooper University Health Care and Inspira Health Network have formed a joint venture, called Cardiac Partners, to completely integrate their cardiac services The affiliation is designed to provide patients in South Jersey with access to…

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New Effort In Camden To Help Most Vulnerable Cardiovascular Patients – NJSpotlight.com

January 18, 2018
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By: Lilo H. Stainton • January 18, 2018 Initiative will focus on underlying factors, give extra clinical and social support, and attempt to drive down healthcare costs Camden-area patients struggling to avoid heart attack or stroke could benefit from a new suite of services that will be designed to help address the underlying factors associated…

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Cooper Foundation Receives $982K to Support Urban Health Institute – SNJ Today

January 17, 2018
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CAMDEN, N.J. – A healthcare provider in Camden County has received new funding to support efforts to bring more health-care options to low-income communities. On Tuesday, January 16th, officials with the Cooper Foundation announced that it has received a $982,000 grant from the Bristol-Myers Squibb Foundation to support the work of Cooper University Health Care’s…

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Cooper Gets $982K To Combat Disparities In Heart Care – Philadelphia Business Journal

January 16, 2018
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By: John George • January 16,2018 The Bristol-Myers Squibb Foundation is providing a $982,000 grant to support a project by Cooper University Health Care’s Urban Health Institute to address disparities in heart care. The initiative, called “Reducing Disparities in Cardiovascular Care through Optimization of Risk Factors in Vulnerable Populations,” will: Provide behavior change support; Focus attention…

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Featured Donor: Susan Marie Rupp Foundation

January 9, 2018

A lifelong resident of Pine Hill, Susan Marie Rupp was devoted to her family, friends and community. Known affectionately, as “Coach Sue” or “Mrs. Rupp” she was actively involved in youth athletics for 39 years and was a beloved teacher’s assistant for over a dozen years. She also had an unforgettable smile. “My mother was…

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