On Friday, April 29, 2011, the Regional Cleft-Craniofacial Program at Cooper University Hospital, along with the American Cleft Palate-Craniofacial Association sponsored the Cleft-Craniofacial Care: Cradle to College program held at the Crowne Plaza Hotel in Cherry Hill, NJ.
Giant interpretive art panels depicting two local luminaries are now on permanent display at a revitalized community park located in the Cooper Plaza neighborhood in Camden City. The artwork honors the late Bascom Waugh, MD, (1909-1992), and the late Lewis L. Coriell, MD, PhD, (1911-2001).
The Chairman of the Board of the Cooper University Hospital, George E. Norcross, III, announced tonight that The Cooper Foundation raised more than $1 million at the first-ever Cooper Red Hot Gala, demonstrating the strength of community support for the hospital and its initiatives.
The Cooper Foundation of Cooper University Hospital has tapped the Universal African Dance and Drum Ensemble of Camden to perform during the Cooper Red Hot Gala to be held Saturday, March 26, at Hyatt Regency at Penns Landing.
The Cooper Foundation of Cooper University Hospital will host the Cooper Red Hot Gala on Saturday, March 26. The event will raise funds to support the expansion of the hospital’s Simulation Laboratory, which provides high-tech training for thousands of medical professionals each year.
All across the country, people are wearing red to show their support for Go Red For Women and to help raise awareness of heart disease. Today, Cooper employees showed their support donning everything from red shirts and scrubs to heart month trees and red velvet cupcakes in the cafeteria!
If you can’t do the simple things you once did, you may be suffering from a shoulder condition. There are reliable, effective solutions. Join us on Wednesday, January 26, 2011 for a free seminar as Lawrence S. Miller, MD, discusses how you can address chronic pain and regain motion.
Members of the 9th Floor staff organized an event for a patient who expressed sadness over missing her daughter’s first visit with Santa. The only person that day who did not have tears in her eyes was baby Zoe, who happened to think Santa was pretty great.
Joyce Racer was a Radiologic Technologist at Cooper University Hospital for 34 years. She was well liked by not only the Radiology students, but also her peers and all those who encountered her at Cooper. Joyce had made enormous contributions to the Department during her time at Cooper, but cancer took her life at an early age.
The votes are in! Employee entries for the Planetree Cute Pet photo contest totaled over 700 and came from nearly every department in the Cooper system - from Willingboro to Voorhees and from Camden to Washington Township.