Cooper’s Adopt-A-Family Program A Resounding Success

As the holiday season wraps up, The Cooper Foundation is pleased to announce the success of Cooper’s participation in the Volunteers of America – Delaware Valley “Adopt-A-Family” program.

According to organizers at the Foundation, 58 families (representing approximately 200 people …

Contributions to Cooper Red Hot Gala Continue

When it comes to world-renowned medical experts, Cooper has some of the best. Among them is Dr. Allen Seftel, Head of the Division of Urology, Director of the Urology Residency Program, and current editor of the International Journal of Impotence …

First Contributor to Cooper’s Red Hot Gala

Dr. Michael Goldberg wears many hats. He is Chief of the Department of Anesthesia, a Professor of Anesthesiology, the Director of Operating Rooms, and the Co-Chair of the Curriculum Committee for the Cooper Medical School of Rowan University. Dr. Goldberg, …

Cooper Reboots Annual Charity Ball

Cooper’s annual charity ball is changing.

Instead of the traditional dinner dance, expect the unexpected. On Saturday night, March 26, 2011, join us at the Cooper Red Hot Gala at the Hyatt Regency Philadelphia at Penn’s Landing. Dance to the …

Update: Cooper Holiday Adopt-A-Family Program

Employees from around Cooper continue to make a difference in the lives of South Jersey families in need this holiday season with the Adopt-A-Family program.

In partnership with Volunteers of America of the Delaware Valley, staff in teams and departments …

Cooper/Lanning Holiday Festival a Hit!

Lanning Square Park, Cooper Commons Park, and the Roberts Pavilion at Cooper University Hospital were filled with music and holiday cheer as Rowan University’s Concert Choir and community members celebrated the season December 3. Following visits from Santa at both …

Former Preemie Collects Pennies for NICU

On Thursday, November 18, Melvin Sheppard and his family presented nearly $150 in pennies to Cooper’s Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU). Melvin was born 13 years ago – and nine weeks early, weighing only 2.9 pounds. His life was saved …

Cooper Announces Annual Public Meeting

Cooper University Hospital invites the greater South Jersey community to attend its Annual Public Meeting. Spokespeople from across Cooper will highlight key developments of the previous year and discuss efforts to improve the health and wellness of the local community.…