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The Catalyst – February 2015
Come Have the Time of Your Life! Get Tickets Now for the 2015 Cooper Red Hot Gala.
Are you RED HOT? Don’t miss your chance to sizzle at the largest and most popular fundraising event in the Delaware Valley! The Red Hot Gala will be held on Friday, March 27, 2015 at Vie in Philadelphia!
Proceeds from the 2015 Cooper Red Hot Gala will benefit the Cooper Trauma Center to ensure that those in our region who suffer an accident or serious injury will always have access to the very best care.
We can’t wait to see you at this year’s Red Hot Gala!
To register, click here.
Q & A: Cooper Trauma Center Surgeons
As the Cooper Red Hot Gala approaches, we sat down with Dr. Steven E. Ross, Director of the Cooper Trauma Center, Dr. John Chovanes and Dr. Nicole M. Fox to learn more about their careers, the difference that Cooper Trauma Center is making in the region, and what the future holds.
“The dedication of all the physicians, nurses, and techs involved in the care of the injured is remarkable, and is the primary reason for our success.”
-Steven E. Ross, MD
“As a Major in the US Army Reserve Medical Corps, I use my experience from the military in the hospital, and vice versa, helping me give the best care I can.”
-John Chovanes, DO
“The most rewarding part of my job is helping patients and their families at a time when they are incredibly vulnerable. No one expects to be a trauma patient and it is a life changing experience for patients and their families.”
-Nicole M. Fox, MD
Learn More About the 2015 Red Hot Gala Beneficiary – The Cooper Trauma Center
The Cooper Trauma Center is one of the country’s premier trauma facilities. Each year, we provide life-saving care and treatment to more than 2,700 adults and children.
Our facility is one of only three State-Designated Level I Trauma Centers in New Jersey. This means we are able to furnish the most advanced and immediate quality care to gravely injured patients. We are equipped with state-of-the-art life-saving technology and are staffed 24 hours a day by highly skilled teams of trauma surgeons, anesthesiologists, trauma nurses, and on-call consultants.
KIPP Cooper Norcross Academy Hosts Family Back to School Night
KIPP Cooper Norcross Academy and The Cooper Foundation welcomed over 100 kindergarten students and their families to Family Back to School Night at the Adventure Aquarium in Camden, N.J.
See Your Name on the MD Anderson Cancer Center at Cooper Building Hope Wall!
The Cooper Cornerstone Society is a philanthropic initiative supporting the life-saving work of the MD Anderson Cancer Center at Cooper.
We salute the names of Major Gift Donors (gifts of $100,000 or more) on our Building Hope Donor Wall, a permanent legacy in the Center’s first floor lobby. We will recognize our Inaugural Donors (donations of $1,000 to $99,999) on a second floor donor wall which lists those who pledge through June 30, 2015, at which time the wall will be closed.
Every donation funds research, patient access to clinical trials, our Patient in Need Fund, new technology and supportive services. And of course a donation inspires others to give.
Sign up before the July 31 deadline passes and be a part of making cancer history!
Last Call: Love to Read Book Drive
During the month of February, donate your new or gently used books to the Children’s Regional Hospital at Cooper. We’ll gratefully accept all children’s books for infants to adolescents.
5th Grader Collects Books for Love to Read Book Drive
Thank you to Dakota Williams, an 11-year-old 5th grader at Tatem Elementary in Collingswood, for collecting over 650 books so far for The Cooper Foundation’s Love to Read Book Drive!
TD Bank Shows Generous Support to MD Anderson Cancer Center at Cooper
Theresa Sentel (left), leader of TD Bank’s Passionately Pink campaign and co-chair of The Cooper Foundation’s Pink Roses Teal Magnolias brunch, presents a $24,000 donation to benefit breast and gynecological cancer clinical and research programs at MD Anderson Cancer Center at Cooper. Thank you Theresa and TD Bank!
In the News:
- Cooper Trauma Surgeon Receives 2014 Outstanding EMS Physician Award
- This is South Jersey with Marianne Aleardi Explores Camden
- First Responders Learn Trauma Care at Cooper