Cooper CEO: Navigating Healthcare

Cooper President and CEO Adrienne Kirby, PhD, FACHE, is pictured third from left with health care leaders from the South Jersey region.

Cooper President and CEO Adrienne Kirby, PhD, FACHE, joined other South Jersey hospital CEOs for a panel discussion on “Navigating Healthcare” during South Jersey’s Healthcare Forum on Wednesday, July 19, 2017 at Rowan University.

Over 250 business and health care leaders from around the region met to share insights on health care issues and economics impacting their hospitals and patients. Read more.

MD Anderson Cancer Center at Cooper Inpatient Oncology Unit Celebrates First Year

Last year, MD Anderson Cancer Center at Cooper expanded its services with the opening of a new and specialized 30-bed, all private-room, inpatient oncology unit on the fifth floor of the Roberts Pavilion. Today, Cooper leadership, staff, and former patients were welcomed back to celebrate a year of hope and healing.

Today’s event marked an important milestone in MD Anderson Cooper’s continued determination to provide the best care for cancer patients in this state-of-the-art unit, which saw 1,637 admissions in its first year. Read more.

Metastatic Breast Cancer Programs in June from MD Anderson Cancer Center at Cooper

Women faced with the diagnosis of metastatic breast cancer — cancer that has spread outside of the breast to other parts of the body — may feel uncertain and fearful about their future. Adjusting to ongoing cancer treatment may be overwhelming. But metastatic breast cancer is not a hopeless disease. Many women continue to live long, productive lives with breast cancer in this stage. Read more.

MD Anderson Cancer Center at Cooper Physicians Presented Updates on Cancer Screenings at Recent CME Event

Over 80 primary care physicians, specialists, advanced practice providers, and other allied health professionals gathered on Wednesday, May 24, to learn about the most current cancer screening and risk reduction recommendations to share with their patients. This Continuing Medical Education (CME) event was co-sponsored by MD Anderson Cancer Center at Cooper, Cooper University Health Care, Cooper Medical School of Rowan University, the New Jersey Cancer Education and Early Detection (NJCEED) program, and the Burlington Camden County Regional Chronic Disease Coalition. Read more.