(Camden, New Jersey) Cooper Cancer Institute (CCI) has been named a model for “Best Practices”, for performance improvement by The American College of Surgeons’ Commission on Cancer. This selection means that Cooper will serve as a model in performance improvement monitoring and reporting for other programs nationwide who are interested in building their cancer program.
Cooper has over 11 cancer care centers. Each of these centers emphasizes a multidisciplinary approach to treatment, advanced therapeutic options, access to clinical trials, in-depth research and outstanding patient education and support. The Cooper Complimentary Medicine Program is a core component of The Cancer Institute. The program offers therapeutic sessions that can often reduce the pain and anxiety associated with cancer and it is open to anyone touched by cancer, including the patient, families and caregivers.
This remarkable achievement speaks to the excellent leadership by Generosa Grana, M.D., Director of CCI, as well as the level of care and commitment by the entire Cooper Cancer Institute staff. The CCI Performance Improvement Committee, along with the Cancer Registry, were instrumental in obtaining this
“Our physicians and staff at the Cooper Cancer Institute always strive to make our program the best it can be by improving both internal operations and patient satisfaction” said Dr. Generosa. “Receiving this recognition is just an added bonus!”