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Biz in Brief
Business News from Around South Jersey

by Edited by Julie Shannon

Cooper University Health Care and Inspira Health Network have formed a joint venture to completely integrate cardiac services called Cardiac Partners. This affiliation will provide patients in the South Jersey region with access to more coordinated and comprehensive cardiac services across the continuum of care and the combination of the two systems’ complementary heart services will make Cardiac Partners the largest cardiac program in South Jersey.

Turnersville KIA was named one of DealerRater’s “Dealers of the Year,” which recognizes a select number of car dealerships throughout the United States and Canada for outstanding customer satisfaction as expressed through customers’ online reviews posted on DealerRater.

Lutheran Social Ministries of New Jersey (LSMNJ) acquired Journey Hospice, LLC, a South Jersey-based provider of hospice care services. LSMNJ will oversee Journey Hospice business operations which currently serve Atlantic, Cape May and Cumberland counties.

Cooper’s Ferry Partnership/Camden SMART Initiative is receiving a $25,000 grant and national award from The Aetna Foundation as part of the Healthiest Cities & Counties challenge from their impact in improving local environmental conditions, focusing on increasing water quality.  

South Jersey Gas, a subsidiary of South Jersey Industries, announced the winners of the utility’s annual First Responders Grant Program: Atlantic City Police Foundation, Blackwood Fire Company, Collings Lakes Fire Department, Mannington Township Fire Company, Newfield Fire Company, Pine Hill Fire Department, City of Pleasantville Fire Department and Port Norris Fire Company.

Robins’ Nest Inc. has been awarded a 2018 Top Workplaces Award in the Delaware Valley by the Philadelphia Media Network.