This morning, Cooper’s Community Health Department met with our local heroes at Haddon Fire Company No. 1 in Haddonfield, New Jersey, to give cardiovascular screenings and comprehensive risk assessments.
“As a former firefighter of Haddon Fire Company No. 1, I know how serious they are about their health and well being. Participating in the Helping the Heroes Program is one of the many factors that make Haddon Fire Company No. 1 one of the healthiest departments in Camden County.” -Mike Bortnowski, Program Assistant, Cooper’s Community Health.
Thank you to the Haddon Fire Company No. 1 team for all you do for our community!
Haddon Fire Company No. 1 is the second oldest Fire Department in the nation with rich history and tradition.
Nurse Coordinator Lorraine Sweeney takes the blood pressure of Lieutenant Brian Plodizyn. Brian is a competitive endurance athlete who just completed the Boston Marathon. Congrats Brian!
Lieutenant Karl Foote has adopted a plant-based diet and attributes his healthy BMI to his nutrition habits. Karl also is a member of the fitness committee that helped build a state of the art gym within the firehouse.
The mission of Cooper University Health Care is to serve, to heal and to educate. Within Cooper’s community health outreach, the goal is to promote healthy behaviors and preventative care in collaboration with community partners. Our staff provides health education programs, presentations and consultations in an effort to engage, empower and educate the community members we serve. Learn more by clicking here.