The Cooper Foundation Raises $130,000 at Inaugural Cooper Cup Golf Outing

The Cooper Foundation announced that it raised $130,000 at the Inaugural Cooper Cup Golf Outing held June 28 at Ramblewood Country Club in Mount Laurel, New Jersey.

More than 140 golfers attended the sold-out event held during Men’s Health Month, which focuses on raising awareness of preventable health problems and encourages early detection and treatment of disease among men and boys. Read more.

Cooper Neurosurgeon Dr. Corey Mossop Promoted to Rank of Lieutenant Colonel in the United States Army

Cooper University Health Care’s Division of Military, Diplomatic, and Field Surgical Affairs was honored to help celebrate the promotion of Dr. Corey Mossop to the rank of Lieutenant Colonel in the United States Army. Dr. Mossop, a native of Pennsauken, NJ,  is a neurosurgeon embedded at Cooper as part of the Army Military Trauma Team Training (AMCT3) Program at Cooper.

In 2019, Cooper became the first hospital in the nation to establish the AMCT3 program. Read more.

Cooper University Health Care to Hold Two Men’s Health Discussions and COVID-19 Vaccine Events

First 50 to attend each event will receive free men’s health book

Two free men’s health events are being held by Cooper University Health Care as part of its ongoing COVID-19 vaccine education initiative.

Louis Bezich, author of Crack the Code: 10 Proven Secrets that Motivate Healthy Behavior and Inspire Fulfillment in Men Over 50, will be leading a discussion on men’s health. Read more.

COVID-19 Vaccine Town Hall Helps Answer Community’s Questions

On Tuesday, June 8, Cooper University Health Care hosted a COVID-19 Vaccine Town Hall held at The Salvation Army Ray and Joan Kroc Community Center in East Camden. This event was an opportunity for members of our community to come in person or watch online to hear from – and ask questions of – our Cooper physicians about COVID-19 and this vaccine.  Read more.

Cooper University Health Care & NBC-10 to Hold COVID-19 Vaccine Town Hall

South Jersey reporter Cydney Long to moderate event

As part of Cooper University Health Care’s ongoing COVID-19 vaccine education initiative, the community is invited to a free COVID-19 Vaccine Town Hall meeting on Tuesday, June 8 at 2:30 p.m. at the Salvation Army’s Kroc Center located in East Camden. NBC 10 South Jersey reporter Cydney Long will serve as moderator for the panel discussion. Read more.

Cooper Team Generously Donates Crayons to Raise Awareness for Art Therapy

The Children’s Regional Hospital and the Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation Department extended a warm, colorful thank you to all Cooper employees who donated new, used, and broken crayons earlier this month. Through The Crayon Initiative, the used and broken crayons Cooper and our community collected will be upcycled into new crayons and distributed to art programs at children’s hospital across the U.S, Read more.

Cooper Celebrates Earth Day and Recognizes Cooper Green Team Accomplishments

Today, Cooper will join with other organizations worldwide in celebrating Earth Day. The theme for this year’s Earth Day – “Restore Our Earth” – focuses on natural processes, emerging green technologies, and innovative thinking to help restore the world’s ecosystems.

Since its inception, Cooper’s Green Team has worked to identify and put into action a number of initiatives to ensure that Cooper reduces waste, decreases energy usage, and educates our team members about how to be successful environmental stewards. Read more.

Governor Murphy, Commissioner Persichilli, and Dr. Birx Visit Cooper University Health Care for Roundtable on COVID-19 Response in South Jersey

Cooper University Health Care, the region’s leading academic health system, hosted Governor Phil Murphy, New Jersey Department of Health Commissioner Judy Persichilli, and Dr. Deborah Birx from White House Coronavirus Task Force for a roundtable discussion Friday on the response to COVID-19 in Southern New Jersey.

“Having been in government for many years and knowing how thankless a job it can be, I want to offer a special thank you to Governor Murphy, Commissioner Persichilli, and Dr. Read more.

Cooper University Health Care Kicks-Off Holiday Season with Turkey Donations to Benefit Camden Residents

1000 turkeys distributed through network of community organizations

George E. Norcross III, chairman of the Board of Trustee at Cooper University Health Care announced that the health system has kicked-off the holiday season by donating 1,000 turkeys to community groups, faith-based organizations, and the South Jersey Food Bank to benefit Camden residents.

The turkeys were distributed on November 21 to a wide network of community groups for distribution to residents in need in time for Thanksgiving. Read more.

Extending a Cooper Welcome to Newest Medical Students at CMSRU

CMSRU officially welcomes new medical students at pandemic-era White Coat Ceremony

Via Cooper Medical School of Rowan University

Cooper Medical School of Rowan University (CMSRU) continued its annual tradition of welcoming new medical students into the profession of medicine during a special White Coat Ceremony, pandemic style.

The event brought 110 new students and a few speakers together in Rowan University’s large concert hall for the event where they could follow physical distancing recommendations, while parents, friends, loved ones, faculty and fellow students watched the event virtually. Read more.