We celebrated the opening of our new multi-specialty facility in Willingboro with a ribbon-cutting ceremony and tour on Monday night. The 11,000 square feet of practice space is in the heart of Burlington County and will offer patients an array of services, including: Podiatry, Vascular Surgery, Urology, Dermatology, Nephrology, Rheumatology as well as Primary Care.
On Monday, May 3rd, over 100 Cooper employees and local volunteers will be trading in their work uniforms for aprons and chef hats as they prepare for our annual Clare’s Cupboard bake sale. With the help of our volunteers including Cooper employees, social workers, parents of NICU graduates and generous community members, we plan to make thousands of different yummy treats!
It was standing room only during Cooper University Hospital’s Grand Rounds last Thursday as medical students, residents, attending physicians and other healthcare professionals filled the room to participate in the program “Health Care Reform: What Does it Mean to You?”
You may see a small but mighty young man walking through Cooper’s halls on Wednesday, March 24. March of Dimes 2010 National Ambassador, seven-year-old Joshua Hoffman of Weston, Florida will visit Cooper’s level III Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) which cares for more than 300 premature and sick babies per year. It is a unit that Joshua and his family know all too well—he was born prematurely, weighing only 1 pound, 11 ounces. He fought hard to survive, spending 14 weeks in a newborn intensive care unit, where he received treatment for serious breathing, heart and vision problems.