Month: February 2018

New Space for Pediatric Patients at Cooper – CBS3

February 23, 2018
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February 22, 2018 – by CBS3 A ribbon cutting marked the opening of a new space for pediatric patients at Cooper University Hospital in Camden. Watch Now

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Cooper Opens Pediatric Infusion Center in Camden – Philadelphia Business Journal

February 23, 2018
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February 23, 2018 – by John George   The Children’s Regional Hospital at Cooper University Health Care expanded its service offering with the opening of a pediatric outpatient infusion center in Camden on Friday.   Continue reading, click here.

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Children’s Regional Hospital at Cooper University Health Care Opens New Pediatric Infusion Center Thanks to $400,000 Donation

February 23, 2018

CAMDEN, NJ— Children’s Regional Hospital at Cooper University Health Care opened a new pediatric outpatient infusion center which was made possible thanks to a $400,000 donation to The Cooper Foundation from the John E. Kostic Memorial Foundation. “As the only state-designated acute care children’s hospital in South Jersey, Cooper provides exceptional pediatric primary care and…

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Q & A With Red Hot Gala Honorary Co-Chair Terry Ricca, RN

February 16, 2018

Terry Ricca, RN, Senior Vice President for Institute Strategy, Access and Chief Experience Officer at Cooper University Health Care. In this short Q & A, Terry talks about putting women first, loving her job and advice for other professional women. Q. Why did you decide to pursue a career in Healthcare? A. I was hospitalized…

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Q & A With Red Hot Gala Honorary Co-Chair Robin Perry, MD, FACOG

February 5, 2018

Robin Perry, MD, FACOG, Chair and Chief of the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology at Cooper University Health Care, was the first female president of the medical staff at Cooper. In this short Q & A, Dr. Perry talks about her determination to become a doctor, balancing career and family, and why you should support…

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Featured Donors: Lynne Cannon and Wray Hughes, DO

February 5, 2018

Katherine Cannon Hughes, DO, always recognized the value of women to society. As high school senior applying for college, she wrote an essay entitled: “The Women of Ferry Street” inspired by the lives of her mother and aunts who grew up on Ferry Street in Newark. She completed a comparative research study on healthcare for…

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