Virtua Health announced plans for multi-year hospital renovations of two of its facilities: Virtua Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital in Camden and Virtua Memorial Hospital in Mount Holly. Labeled as “Advancing Well into the future,” the goal of the transformation is to help meet the needs of the community and establish centers of excellence for advanced clinical care. In other news, Virtua Marlton Hospital has begun using new robotic technology to help identify lung cancer in its early stages and introduce treatment. The technology, of which Virtua is only the second in the state to offer, has already identified the disease in three patients.
Inspira Mullica Hill and Elmer have welcomed their first class of medical residents as they expand their physician training programs. The health care provider has added four new residency programs to its roster this year, creating itself as one of the largest physician training programs in South Jersey with 201 physicians in 13 nationally accredited programs across its three hospitals.
The Cooper Foundation raised $130,000 at the inaugural Cooper Cup Golf Outing held at Ramblewood Country Club in Mount Laurel. More than 140 golfers attended the sold-out event.
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