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Health Care Round Up
Health care news in our region.

by Presented by First Harvest Credit Union

To make its 125th anniversary a meaningful milestone that celebrates and supports the community it serves, AtlantiCare has unveiled VISION 2030, a six-year initiative focused on transformative strategy, ambitious goals and measurable results.

It was announced last month that Inspira Health has opened its new Autism Diagnostic Center in Woodbury, which is designed to help children and adults with services like early testing, diagnosis and comprehensive resources. Additionally, the hospital system has also recently opened the Inspira Health Center Deptford.

The Deborah Hospital Foundation has received a $4 million gift for pediatrics from the estate of Joan Dembeck Zdanowicz, which honors the philanthropic legacy of both Josephine Dembeck and Joan Dembeck Zdanowicz while celebrating their commitment to Deborah’s youngest patients.

MD Anderson Cancer Center at Cooper announced late last month that its Camden, Voorhees and Mount Laurel locations have attained accreditation from the American Society for Radiation Oncology APEx-Accreditation Program for Excellence.

The entirety of the workforce at Virtua Health—more than 14,000 people—recently began a 26-week program focused on helping employees grow personally and professionally while gaining a holistic understanding of the human experience.

Rutgers University, Thomas Edison State University, Mercer County Community College, Stockton University and The College of New Jersey have all partnered together to advance the mission of the newly established Maternal and Infant Health Innovation Center in Trenton. Led by the New Jersey Economic Development Authority and its $75 million investment, the colleges and universities will work collectively to eliminate racial inequities in maternal and infant health care.