Cooper Launches a New Social Care Network

CooperUnite is an exciting new online resource tool to help Cooper staff make direct social service referrals for our patients. It is built and powered through a platform called Aunt Bertha, which hosts a nationwide database of more than 17,500 community-based organizations (CBOs).… Read more.

Let Your Voice Be Heard!

Cooper Medical School of Rowan University’s Office of Diversity and Community Affairs, in collaboration with the its Center for Humanism, Professionalism, Medical Ethics, and Law, is soliciting stories from providers, nurses, staff, and students about racism in health care and our fight to create an anti-racist culture at Cooper and in our communities.… Read more.

Cooper Urban Health Institute Provides Food for Patients

The Cooper Urban Health Institute office at the Salvation Army Kroc Center, thanks to a $20,000 grant from the Bristol Myers Squibb Foundation (BMS-F), has become a food distribution center on Tuesday mornings.

The Cooper Urban Health Institute staff designed the food distribution initiative through partnership with the Ravitz Family Price Rite and with the Camden County Department of Health and Human Services.… Read more.

Amazing Support Continues From the Community

The Cooper Foundation continues to receive immense support for Cooper’s health care professionals working on the front line of the COVID-19 pandemic.

The community support has been extremely encouraging. Individuals and organizations throughout the area have come together by generously donating resources needed to protect our health care workers and feed our front line heroes.… Read more.

Celebrating Our Patient Transportation Team

On Friday, June 5, 2020, the Patient Transportation Department was honored by its management for the fine work they’ve done during the height of the coronavirus pandemic. Andy Davis, Director of our Patient Transportation team shared the following with us:

“We celebrated our Patient Transportation Team with a pizza party and prize raffle, and presented a “Superhero’s Certificate” for their service and efforts to our patients.

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New Process for Reporting Spam Emails

Throughout this week (June 8 to 12, 2020), Cisco IronPort email reporting buttons will be added to Outlook on all Cooper computers. The buttons will allow you to quickly report malicious emails to IT.

After the installation is complete, you will see the following buttons on the Outlook toolbar:

Spam – If you receive an email that you believe to be spam, select the message and click the Spam button. This… Read more.