January 27, 2015

Cooper Names Cardiac Nurse as First DAISY Award Winner

Cooper University Health Care has named Chris Thaler, RN, of Gloucester Township, NJ, as its first DAISY Award winner.

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January 26, 2015

January 27 Outpatient Procedures and Office Visits to Be Rescheduled

Because of the predicted snow storm, Cooper is rescheduling all outpatient procedures and office visits tomorrow, Tuesday, January 27, 2015. If you are a patient scheduled for an outpatient procedure or office visit tomorrow, you will receive a call today from your health care provider to reschedule your appointment. If you do not receive a call by […]

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January 16, 2015

Cooper Participates in Clinical Trial for Patients With Emphysema

Physicians at Cooper University Health Care are taking part in a clinical trial to test the effectiveness of a less invasive treatment for patients with severe emphysema. Cooper is one of about 24 sites participating in the EMPROVE clinical trial in the United States.

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December 24, 2014

Cooper Command Center Activated in Support of Operation Santa

Situation:  The Medical Command Center (MCC) has been activated in support of Operation Santa Background:  The MCC is activated, the Incident Management Team stood up and the entire Cooper University Health Care system is on stand by to assist North Pole operations until sunrise 25 December. Assessment:  Per previous missions the North Pole has requested […]

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December 17, 2014

Children’s Regional Hospital at Cooper Hosts Holiday Parties for Patients and Families

Children’s Regional Hospital at Cooper Hosts Holiday Parties for Patients and Families

On Monday December 15 and Tuesday December 16, Children’s Regional Hospital at Cooper hosted their annual holiday celebrations for outpatient visitors to their Voorhees and Camden locations. In addition to visits with Santa (aka pediatrician Bill Sharrar, MD, who has played Santa for several years), children were treated to age-appropriate gifts and refreshments. A festive […]

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