Cooper University Health Care Launches New Endocrine Surgery Subspecialty

Cooper University Health Care has launched a new Section of Endocrine Surgery, and has appointed distinguished endocrine specialist Lisa Reid, MD, as the inaugural Section Head of the department.

The new Section of Endocrine Surgery will provide specialized treatment for patients with a wide range of endocrine diseases including diabetes, Cushing’s syndrome, Grave’s disease, goiters, hyperthyroidism, hypothyroidism, and adrenal and thyroid cancers among other conditions.… Read more.

National CRNA Week

National CRNA Week is an annual celebration of our nation’s more than 57,000 certified registered nurse anesthetists (CRNAs). This year’s theme is “Trusted Anesthesia Experts on the Frontline.” During this week, CRNAs around the country are recognized for their dedication and extraordinary work during an especially challenging time in health care.… Read more.

Maternal Health Awareness Day in New Jersey

On January 23, 2022, we celebrated the fifth annual Maternal Health Awareness Day, which officially launched in 2017 to raise awareness for maternal health, safety, and mortality issues.

According to the World Health Organization, approximately 810 women die every day from preventable causes related to pregnancy and childbirth.… Read more.

Upcoming Online Support Sessions Through Carebridge

Cooper University Health Care’s Employee Assistance Program, Carebridge Corporation, is offering free-of-charge, online learning events and support to help Cooper team members handle stress, grief, and loss, cope with significant social concerns, and build resiliency as we continue to navigate the COVID-19 pandemic.… Read more.

Masking Policy Update

Cooper’s IMT is reinforcing our masking policies, given the CDC’s updated recommendations for non-health care workers. Currently, our region is experiencing high transmission of COVID-19 (red level) and high flu activity. Therefore, masks are required to be worn by all team members at all times whether in clinical or non-clinical areas, unless alone in an office with a closed door.Read more.

Vote: Top Docs for Kids

Now is your chance to recognize Cooper’s outstanding providers. Every year, SJ Magazine asks readers to help recognize the best doctors in South Jersey for their Top Docs for Kids Patient Poll. Using the question “If your child was ill, who would you send them to?”… Read more.