Ever hear the expression that a picture is worth a thousand words? It can also promote emotional and spiritual healing for patients at Cooper University Hospital.
This award is given only to hospitals that achieve 85 percent or higher adherence to all Get With The Guidelines Heart Failure Performance Achievement indicators to improve quality of patient care and outcomes. Cooper is the only hospital in the region to receive the Gold Plus achievement.
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).
As the incidence of autism continues to increase, The Children’s Regional Hospital at Cooper is teaming up with Autism Speaks to promote Autism Awareness Month by illuminating the hospital blue. During April 1 and April 2, blue lighting will be seen in front of Cooper’s Pavilion in support of individuals with autism and their families.
Progress continues as Cooper Medical School of Rowan University (CMSRU) taps medical and education experts for its leadership team. Four newly-appointed Associate Deans are now creating the foundation to position the medical school and its students for success.
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.
A generous gift from a prominent South Jersey physician and his family will help aspiring doctors receive a state-of-the-art education in patient treatment at Cooper Medical School of Rowan University (CMSRU). Dr. Michael Renzi, of Haddonfield, will fund The Renzi Family Clinical Simulation Rooms at CMSRU, for an amount the family wishes not to publicly disclose.
Dr. Grewal joins Cooper from Temple University School of Medicine where he served as the Chief, Section of Pediatric Surgery and Professor of Surgery. During his time at Temple, Dr. Grewal also served as the Medical Director of Pediatric Trauma, Director of the Surgical Skills Laboratory, attending surgeon at St. Christopher’s Hospital for Children, and staff consultant for Shriner’s Hospital for Children.
In less than four weeks, the first phase of iSirona (115 monitors) was implemented into EPIC, the hospital’s existing infrastructure and network, resulting in more robust, timely and accurate patient records.
As students file into Jace Dutweiler’s Flex Time technology period at Logan Elementary School in Logan Township, they grab kits of Legos and begin to build elaborate projects. Inspired by concepts in The Shut-Down Learner, by Richard Selznick, PhD, for 30 minutes each day this “special” period allows students to show personal gifts that may not show in the regular classroom.