Martha S. Matthews, MD, Chair of the Graduate Medical Education Committee at Cooper University Health Care, and Professor of Surgery at Cooper Medical School of Rowan University.
Antoinette Spevetz, MD, Designated Institute Official of Graduate Medical Education, Cooper University Health Care, and Professor of Medicine, Cooper Medical School of Rowan University
On Friday, February 26, 2021, Cooper will celebrate Thank a Resident Day.… Read more.
During the week of February 15 to 19, 2021, members of Cooper Medical School of Rowan University’s (CMSRU) chapter of the Gold Humanism Honor Society will celebrate National Solidarity Week by participating in the Tell Me More® project.… Read more.
MD Anderson Cancer Center at Cooper is proud to offer a variety of support groups that help guide survivors through their cancer treatment and beyond. This fall, one of those groups – Sister Will You Help Me – will celebrate its 20th anniversary.… Read more.
This year, we will announce the annual Nursing Excellence Awards recipients during National Nurses Week – May 6 through May 12, 2021 – with a celebration scheduled for this fall.
Please help us celebrate our tremendous nursing and patient care team community by submitting your nominations for the 2021 Nursing Excellence Awards.… Read more.
- Renowned singer and jazz pianist, Nat King Cole, was the first Black American to host a TV show: NBC’s The Nat King Cole Show.
- Stevie Wonder is not only the first Black artist to win a Grammy for Album of the Year for 1973’s Innervisions, but the first and only musician to win Album of the Year with three consecutive studio albums.
The Sunshine Award is presented to critical care techs, nurse associates, and/or companions who demonstrate excellence in patient- and family-centered care while achieving the Cooper mission, to serve, to heal, to educate. Jennifer Pennington, a Critical Care Tech on Kelemen 8, was the honoree of the first Sunshine Award at Cooper.… Read more.
On February 26, 2021, Cooper will join the nation in celebrating our medical residents on Thank a Resident Day. This annual day of recognition began in 2018 as a way to honor residents for their dedication to their institution and the field of medicine.… Read more.
February is Black History Month and is an excellent opportunity to highlight the significant contributions made by Black Americans to our nation’s success.
The theme of this year’s Black History Month, “Black Family: Representation, Identity, and Diversity,” explores the African diaspora, the spread of Black families across the U.S.,… Read more.