Cooper Breaks Ground on $100 MM Cancer Institute

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The new Cooper Cancer Institute will provide a full range of specialists and cancer care services with the benefit of patients having all their medical needs in one place, including:  radiology and radiation oncology, hematology/medical oncology, surgical oncology, urology and gynecologic oncology; chemotherapy infusion and laboratory space; and chemotherapy pharmacy.  Abundant examination, treatment and procedure space throughout the new building will improve patient flow and access, and conference room and academic spaces will foster the team-approach to cancer treatment for which Cooper Cancer Institute is already well-known.

Currently, specialists of the Cooper Cancer Institute treat patients in Camden and Voorhees. The new building in Camden will provide integrated treatments for Cooper cancer patients.

Cooper has a long history of providing care to cancer patients, dating back to 1887 when the hospital first opened its doors.  Today, the Cooper Cancer Institute is accredited by the American College of Surgeons’ Commission on Cancer as an Academic Comprehensive Cancer Program and is the only cancer program in South Jersey to be included in the prestigious network of institutions that make up the Cancer Institute of New Jersey (CINJ).  As a Major Clinical Research Affiliate of CINJ, Cooper provides patients with access to the latest clinical trials, therapies and technology available.

“Cancer has touched, in some way, nearly every person in South Jersey,” said John P. Sheridan, Jr., President and CEO at Cooper.  “It’s our goal, with this new building, to help improve our patients’ experience by providing a full complement of coordinated cancer care services, including diagnosis, counseling, treatment, follow-up care and supportive services, all in one convenient location.”

The new Cooper Cancer Institute will open in the fall of 2013.

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2 Responses to “Cooper Breaks Ground on $100 MM Cancer Institute”

  1. Mark Greco says:

    Have you set a date to break ground on the new facility in Gloucester Township on the Black Horse Pike?

  2. Rick Foate says:

    I’m trying to obtain a phone number for Dr. Nadir Ahmad, the chair of your head & neck cancer department.

    Thanks for your help.

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