Cardiac Partners Presents: “Wine and Chocolate” Heart Healthy Event for Women

Local TV Reporter Ali Gorman to Host

Ali Gorman, RN

Ali Gorman, RN

Cardiac Partners at Cooper and Inspira will mark American Heart Month in February with a special heart healthy event for women from 6 to 8 p.m., Tuesday, February 13, 2018 at the Mansion on Main Street, Voorhees NJ.

Let’s Get to the Heart of the Matter” will be hosted by Ali Gorman, RN, health and medical reporter for 6 ABC, and will feature a panel of female cardiologists, refreshments, wine tasting, dark chocolate sampling and an audience question and answer session. Read more.

Too Much Oxygen May Be Harmful, Not Helpful Following Cardiac Arrest, Cooper Researchers Find

Pivotal Study to be Published in Leading Medical Journal

Compelling new evidence demonstrates that too much oxygen following cardiac arrest may be harmful, not helpful to patients according to researchers at Cooper University Health Care and Cooper Medical School of Rowan University. The results of their multi-center study on this topic, which was funded by a grant from the National Institutes of Health (NIH), will be published in Circulation, the journal of the American Heart Association. Read more.

Advanced Practice Nurse Joins Ripa Center for Women’s Health and Wellness at Cooper

Marianne Alexander, APN

Marianne Alexander, APN

The Ripa Center for Women’s Health and Wellness at Cooper is expanding services with the addition of a new primary care provider. Marianne Alexander, RN, MSN, APN, an advanced practice nurse (APN) with more than 41 years of experience in emergency and family medicine, is now accepting new patients.

“Marianne comes to Cooper with a wealth of experience and a great patient-centered philosophy of care,” said Rosemarie A.  Read more.

Cooper Nurse Receives DAISY Award

DAISY Award winner Jan Vincent Adovas, RN.

DAISY Award winner Jan Vincent Adovas, RN.

Cooper University Health Care recognized Jan Vincent Adovas, RN, with The DAISY Award for providing exceptional nursing care. Jan works as a nurse on Cooper’s Pavillion 7 Unit. He was nominated by the family of a recent patient and was cited for his professional care, compassion and advocacy on behalf of the patient.

The DAISY Award, established by The DAISY Foundation, is an international program that celebrates the extraordinary care given by nurses every day. Read more.

Rowan University commits $50 million for medical research at Cooper Medical School

Cooper University Health Care Board commits to developing top research program to benefit patients and Camden economy

Last week, Rowan University’s Board of Trustees committed $50 million over ten years to significantly enhance medical and bioscience research at the Cooper Medical School of Rowan University (CMSRU) in the City of Camden. Cooper University Health Care’s Board voted today committing to a collaborative effort to build a first-rate medical research program focused on recruiting top research and clinical faculty to develop breakthrough medical cures and treatments. Read more.