Cooper Career Day Gives New Perspective on Health Care

On Thursday, April 26, 2018, about 70 students in the 5th through 12th grades came to Cooper University Health Care for Cooper Career Day, part of Bring Your Child to Work Day. Throughout the day, students learned about the different roles our Cooper team members play in the hospital to ensure that we’re able to carry out our mission: To serve. To heal. To educate.

From interpreter services, information technology, and nursing education to tours of the lab, an EMS ambulance, and the Ronald McDonald House of Southern New Jersey, students were kept busy with hands-on demonstrations.

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Special thanks: Bridget McCormick, Stephanie Frye, Shelly Pasternack, Yvonne Richards, Kristina Dougherty, Nick Torney, Bernadette Collins, Catherine Bordelon, Rachel Ayo, Michelle Swett, Tammy Brockman, Donna Krisanda, Tiffany Davis, and Jennifer Moughan with Cooper Human Resources; Joe Collins, presenter for Information Technology; Lakia Dreggs, presenter for Interpreter Services; Beth Green, presenter of Mission, Vision, Values at Cooper; Misti Martin, presenter for Emergency Medical Services (EMS), Dr. Nicole Fox, presenter for Trauma Program and Safety; Christal Young, Patrick Matlack, Kim Vaughan, and Mary Jane Durkin, presenters for Nursing Education; Dianne Marsango, Dr. Julieta Barroeta, Vicki Thompson, Anne Marie Farmer, Barb Hoag, Anette Bell, Tara Coombs, and Anna Pavlenko, presenters for Lab; Freddy Pacheco, presenter for Respiratory; and Dawn Ellis, presenter for Ronald McDonald House.

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