DLL, a global asset finance company, has donated 80 iPad minis to Cooper University Health Care to enhance communications for patients and their families during the COVID-19 pandemic and beyond.
With restricted visitor policies in place to continue to help reduce the spread of COVID-19, Cooper has used various technologies, including computer tablets, to facilitate communications between patients and their loved ones.
“These new iPads will significantly increase the number of patients and their families who will be able to communicate with each other from the hospital,” said Anthony J. Mazzarelli, MD, JD, MBE, co-CEO of Cooper.
The Cooper Foundation established a COVID-19 Assistance Fund in response to numerous requests to support Cooper University Health Care during the pandemic. To date, Cooper has received significant donations from the Philadelphia 76ers, UberEats, Apple, Subaru, Lockheed Martin, and many other gifts from numerous businesses, restaurants, and individuals. To learn more about the COVID-19 Assistance Fund, please visit foundation.cooperhealth.org/covid-19. To donate critically needed PPE supplies, please email COVID19Assistance@cooperhealth.edu.
PICTURED ABOVE: Jessica Hreno, (center) from The Cooper Foundation, accepts the donation of iPad minis from DDL representatives Bruce Trachtenberg (left) and Joe Iavarone (right).