The New Jersey Hospital Association today presented Cooper epidemiologist Annette C. Reboli, MD, attending physician in the Division of Infectious Diseases at Cooper University Health Care and vice dean of Cooper Medical School of Rowan University (CMSRU), with its 2016 Healthcare Professional of the Year award.
Dr. Reboli was honored for her clinical and leadership skills, which have had a significant impact on patient care throughout the health system and in the success of New Jersey’s newest medical school.
As one of the founding physicians, Dr. Reboli’s leadership, scholarship and vision have helped CMSRU develop into a medical school of national prominence since it opened in 2012. In her current role as vice dean of CMSRU, she is responsible for oversight of the Office of Medical Education, including both undergraduate and graduate medical education, the Office of Faculty Affairs and development of hospital and ambulatory affiliations for the medical school, as well as leading the successful LCME accreditation process in 2014.
NJHA’s Healthcare Leader awards were presented during NJHA’s 97th Annual Meeting at the Hyatt Regency Princeton, and honored several individuals and organizations for their commitment to the state’s healthcare system and the patients and communities they serve.