If you need a primary care physician for yourself or a member of your family, look no further than Marlton. Cooper physicians who specialize in the primary care disciplines of family medicine, and obstetrics and gynecology are now practicing in Marlton – giving area residents convenient local access to high-quality primary care services.
To request an appointment with physicians at the Marlton office, please call 1.800.8.COOPER (1.800.826.6737).
Cooper Family Medicine provides ongoing primary care for a person’s entire lifespan, from infancy to old age, including routine wellness and preventive care as well as management of complex health issues.
Because family medicine physicians are trained to treat the entire family, having this type of primary care physician can be particularly beneficial – and efficient – for busy parents with young children, or adult children caring for an elderly parent. The practice was formerly located at 1001-F Lincoln Drive West in Marlton.
Women’s Health: Obstetrics and Gynecology
Cooper Women’s Health at Marlton is a six-physician practice that offers comprehensive obstetrical and gynecological care for female patients of all ages, from childhood and adolescence, through childbearing years to menopause and beyond.
Importantly, because Cooper is an academic medical center, our physicians have access to the latest medical knowledge, innovative diagnostic and treatment options, and breakthrough research and technology.
In addition to general obstetrics and gynecology, Cooper Women’s Health at Marlton provides specialized services including maternal-fetal medicine for high-risk pregnancies, gynecologic oncology (cancer care), female pelvic medicine and reconstructive surgery for pelvic floor disorders, reproductive endocrinology and infertility treatment, and diagnosis and treatment of vulvo-vaginal disease.
- Hazem M. Elshoreya, MD
- Robert P. Siefring, MD
- Michelle L. Salvatore, MD
- Jocelyn A. Mitchell-Williams, MD
- Saifuddin T. Mama, MD
- Kathryn Reynes Suarez, MD
This article is featured in the Fall 2017 issue of Health Connection. Download the issue by clicking here.