National Hospital Week is a celebration of the history, technology, and dedicated professionals that make hospitals and health systems beacons of confidence and care in the community. Each year, National Hospital Week is celebrated during the week of Florence Nightingales’s birthday on May 12.… Read more.
We are pleased to announce that the May 2020 PTO sell back opportunity is here. In accordance with Cooper’s Paid Time Off (PTO) Policy, eligible employees may sell back earned but unused PTO time twice a year, in May and November. … Read more.
The Cooper Foundation continues to receive immense support for Cooper health care professionals working on the front line of the COVID-19 pandemic.
From critical PPE to meals and coffee for health system workers and heartwarming messages of gratitude and encouragement – the community has embraced our needs with overwhelming generosity.… Read more.
It’s never a good idea to place your health on hold, especially if it is an urgent matter. That is why Cooper Urgent Care is providing you with options to ensure you get the care you need.… Read more.
If you do, then you’ll want to join us for an online magic show by L.A.’s Joel Ward, who will be performing just for Cooper this Friday, May 15, 2020, at 8 p.m.
Joel, who is a friend of Emergency Department nurse Ann McMoran, suggested the show as a way to show support for Cooper.… Read more.
From all of us at The Ripa Center for Women’s Health and Wellness – we wish you a happy National Women’s Health Week during May 10 through 16, 2020!
It’s times like these that magnify just how important our health is.… Read more.
Cooper University Health Care is using advanced communications and operations management technologies to protect patients, physicians, nurses, and staff from exposure to COVID-19 and to provide cutting-edge care for all of our patients during the pandemic, and beyond.… Read more.
This week, from May 10 through May 16, 2020, is Maternal Sepsis Awareness Week.
Maternal sepsis is a life-threatening condition defined as organ dysfunction resulting from infection during pregnancy, childbirth, post-abortion, miscarriage, or the postpartum period.… Read more.
National Hospital Week is a celebration of the history, technology, and dedicated professionals that make hospitals and health systems beacons of confidence and care in the community. This week always falls in the week of Florence Nightingales’s birthday, May 12.… Read more.