Cooper Expands Concussion-Traumatic Brain Injury Testing Program To Treat Non-Sports Related Injuries

Sports-related concussion has been a hot topic recently, but competitive athletes are not the only people who suffer from these serious injuries. Each month, hundreds of patients are treated in Cooper’s Emergency Department and Trauma Center for mild to severe concussions, and many more seek treatment from various Cooper outpatient offices.

Cooper Celebrates Opening of New Emergency Department

Today, Cooper University Hospital unveiled its new, expanded Emergency Department (ED) with a ribbon-cutting ceremony and open house for employees and visitors. The new facility is 33,000 square feet and includes 36 brand new, state-of-the-art patient rooms, including: designated adult and pediatric treatment and resuscitation rooms, two private triage rooms, a separate pediatric waiting room, and two decontamination rooms.

South Jersey Prepared: Seminar and Tabletop Exercise Program Will Strengthen Region’s Response to Major Emergencies

Southern New Jersey took its emergency preparedness to a higher level with a seminar and Tabletop Exercise conducted on Tuesday, June 29, 2010. This program involved many emergency preparedness stakeholders including local, county, and state emergency management officials, public health departments, and homeland security.

Cooper Celebrates the Grand Opening of the DiFlorio Family Healing Garden

In the middle of the bustling city of Camden now lives The DiFlorio Family Healing Garden, a place of respite and tranquility for patients and families to enhance the healing process. During Tuesday’s ceremony, Cooper recognized and thanked Dennis DiFlorio and family as well as other donors whose contributions has made the healing garden possible for patients, families and visitors to enjoy.

Cooper Physician Featured in AAP News on Recent Release of Joint Commission Standards for Breastfeeding

Lori B. Feldman-Winter, MD, MPH, FAAP, Head of Adolescent Medicine at the Children’s Regional Hospital at Cooper and a member of the executive committee of American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) Section on Breastfeeding, has published a review of the recently released Perinatal Core Measures related to exclusive breast milk feeding in AAP News.

Frank W. Bowen, III, MD, Comments on Lung Cancer Study for WHYY

Frank W. Bowen, III, MD, Director of Thoracic Aortic Surgery and Thoracic Oncology at Cooper, was featured in a segment for WHYY. The story focused on a new study, published in the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA), that found that some people diagnosed with lung cancer decide not to get surgery even though it is the best treatment option.