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April 10, 2013 Kim Maialetti
  Lori Shaffer


Cooper Red Hot Heart Gala to be Held Saturday, April 13, at Vie in Philadelphia

CAMDEN, N.J. — The Cooper Foundation of Cooper University Hospital will hold the Red Hot Heart Gala – one of the most popular events of the spring season – on Saturday, April 13, at Vie in Philadelphia.

More than 800 guests are expected to attend the event hosted by George and Sandy Norcross and benefiting the Cooper Heart Institute and Cooper Aortic Center.

The Gala begins at 7 p.m. and includes a red hot silent auction, sizzling entertainment by Jellyroll, fabulous food and a Super 50/50 cash raffle.

WHAT: Cooper Red Hot Heart Gala benefiting the Cooper Heart Institute and Cooper Aortic Center
WHO: George E. Norcross, III, Chairman, Cooper Health System John P. Sheridan, Jr., President & CEO, Cooper University Hospital Susan Bass Levin, President & CEO, Cooper Foundation Visionary Co-Chair Sal Paolantonio, National Correspondent, ESPN Visionary Co-Chair Steve Ravitz, President, Supermarkets of Cherry Hill Visionary Co-Chair Linda M. Rohrer, President, Rohrer & Sayers Real Estate Honorary Co-Chair Perry J. Weinstock, M.D., Director Cooper Heart Institute Honorary Co-Chair Michael Rosenbloom, M.D., Co-Director, Cooper Heart Institute Honorary Co-Chair Harvey A. Snyder, M.D., Trustee Cooper Health System More than 600 guests from the South Jersey and Philadelphia region
WHEN: 7 p.m. – 11 p.m.
Saturday, April 13, 2013
600 North Broad Street
Philadelphia, Pa. 19130

About Cooper University Health Care

Cooper University Health Care is one of the largest health systems in Southern New Jersey with over 100 outpatient offices and its flagship, Cooper University Hospital located in Camden, NJ. It is the premier university hospital serving South Jersey and the Delaware Valley. Cooper has reaffirmed its role as a leader in medical education and research with the opening of Cooper Medical School of Rowan University in 2012, the first four-year allopathic medical school in South Jersey. Cooper is renowned for signature programs in cardiology, cancer, critical care, pediatrics, trauma, orthopaedics and neurosciences. Cooper is also home to the only state designated Children’s Hospital in South Jersey — The Children’s Regional Hospital at Cooper. Over the last seven years, Cooper has transformed its Camden City neighborhood into the Cooper Health Sciences Campus. In fall 2013, The Cooper Cancer Institute, a free standing center for comprehensive cancer care, will open on the Health Sciences Campus. Cooper also continues its regional expansion with the opening of new and expanded facilities throughout Camden, Burlington and Gloucester Counties.