September 28, 2014

Cooper University Health Care Announces Death of Cooper Health System President and CEO, John P. Sheridan, Jr.

“A True Gentleman and Outstanding Leader,” Say Cooper Leaders The executive leadership of Cooper University Health Care is saddened to announce the death of Cooper Health System President and CEO, John P. Sheridan, Jr. and his wife, Joyce. Mr. Sheridan was remembered as “a true gentleman and outstanding leader” by George E. Norcross, III, the […]

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September 22, 2014

United Airlines Makes Special Delivery to Pediatric Patients at Cooper

On Tuesday, September 16, 2014, United Airlines employees delivered some very special cargo to young patients at the Children’s Regional Hospital at Cooper. Each child on the Pediatric and Pediatric Intensive Care units received a new fuzzy friend named “Ben Flyin” as part of United’s community outreach efforts.

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September 18, 2014

Graduation Ceremony Adds New Members to Ranks of Caring Clowns at Cooper

On September 18, 2014, following a year of formal training in “hospital clown studies,” Dr. Dee Zee (aka Diane Weiss of Woodstown, NJ) and Dr. Moosey Reindeer (aka Rita Shade of Cherry Hill, NJ) received their diplomas and joined the ranks of the Bumper T. Caring Clowns at Cooper University Hospital. The Caring Clowns spread cheer and goodwill to patients hospitalized at Cooper.

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September 17, 2014

The Rutgers-Camden/Cooper Collaborative Nursing Scholarship Recipients Announced

The Rutgers School of Nursing-Camden hosted a welcome reception in late August for 10 Cooper University Health Care employees chosen as the recipients of a new, grant-funded scholarship program.

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September 17, 2014

New Study Reveals Nine Out Of Ten Parents Move Their Child From Booster Seat to Seat Belt Before Their Child is Big Enough

Booster seats can reduce the risk of serious injury by 45 percent compared to seat belts alone.

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