Cooper University Health Care Trauma Surgeon John Chovanes, DO, received the Outstanding EMS Physician Award at the2014 New Jersey Statewide Conference on EMS 2014 held November 12-14 in Atlantic City.
Please join us in celebrating Cooper Trauma’s 30th Anniversary by making a donation to the Trauma’s Center Annual Snowflake Fundraiser. Purchase a “snowflake” in honor of someone special or in remembrance of a loved one. Your snowflake will help illuminate the DiFlorio Family Healing Garden throughout December.
Lee Solomon of Haddonfield, NJ, his family, friends and business associates from throughout New Jersey, including New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, attended a fundraiser at Cooper University Hospital exactly one year after a bike accident almost took his life.
Students from Seneca High School were exposed to what day-to-day life is like at a Level I Trauma Center on Wednesday during a three-hour course that included examples of execution-style gunshot wounds, severe burns and suicide attempts as well as simulated trauma cases. The lesson for students - most trauma injuries are preventable.
Cooper University Hospital’s Level 1 Trauma team is recognizing National Trauma Awareness month with a public service announcement on distracted driving. Dr. Steven Ross, Head of the Division of Trauma at Cooper University Hospital, has recorded a sixty-second audio public service announcement that is being provided to radio stations throughout the region.
On Thursday morning, the CBS Early Show aired a special piece about the Clegg family who lost their son after he suffered severe injuries in a car accident. Their child was a patient at Cooper.
His family worked with the Trauma and Pediatric teams to facilitate their son becoming an organ donor. His heart was transplanted to Stafania Demayo, who recently was able to give birth to twins as a result of her new heart.