(Camden, NJ) — Pediatric patients at the Children’s Regional Hospital at Cooper enjoyed a special story time on November 22, 2016. Local author Lori Samlin Miller read from her recently published children’s book, Stay Where I Can See You. Read more.
In response to the global opioid epidemic, Cooper University Health Care is sponsoring Provide to Prevent: Overdose Prevention and Naloxone Education, a continuing education program for pharmacists and other health care professionals from 9 a.m. to noon on Saturday, September 17, 2016, at Cooper Medical School of Rowan University, Camden.
Pharmacists have been called by the National Association of Boards of Pharmacy to promote and expand access to the opioid overdose reversal medication Naloxone. Read more.
Cooper University Health Care is sponsoring a Fall Fest, a celebration to mark the grand opening of Cooper Family Medicine and Behavioral Health Offices, Saturday, September 24, 2016, from 1 to 4 p.m. on the Camden County College campus, 200 College Drive, Polk Hall, Blackwood, NJ.
In addition to games, music, and cooking demonstrations by the Food Bank of South Jersey, activities include the opportunity to meet the clinical staff, tour the facility, and receive a variety of health screenings. Read more.
Cooper University Health Care is looking for talented information technology professionals to join our team.
We invite you to meet with our staff and learn more about an IT career with Cooper at our hiring event on Tuesday, August 16, 2016. You’ll have the opportunity to interview with hiring managers and learn more about our award-winning organization. You could even receive an on-the-spot job offer! Read more.
Cooper University Health Care celebrated the expansion of its women’s and children’s facility in Washington Township with a ribbon cutting ceremony on June 17, 2016. The additional space will provide more exam rooms, conference/event space and a more open flow for patient and visitor traffic. It will also allow for expanded evening hours, giving patients more convenient appointment options.
Washington Township Mayor Barbara Wallace joined and Adrienne Kirby, PhD, FACHE, President and CEO, Cooper University Health Care, and other officials at the event. Read more.
The students received a special teddy bear and rotated through five different stations where Cooper clinicians “diagnosed and treated” the bear’s ailment using real tools and equipment. The Teddy Goes to Cooper program was developed to help alleviate young children’s fears of visiting the hospital or doctor and common medical procedures. Read more.