South Jersey Healthcare has broken ground on its 16,000-square-foot Tomlin Station Park medical center, which will open this summer in Mullica Hill with primary care and orthopedist offices, physical therapy, medical imaging services and urgent care.
In Camden, Cooper Medical School of Rowan University, which will admit its first class in 2012, has appointed four associate deans: Associate Dean for Clinical Affairs and Graduate Medical Education Dr. Carolyn Bekes, Associate Dean for Academic Affairs Dr. Michael Goldberg, Associate Dean for Research Harry Mazurek and Associate Dean for Finance, Administration and Operations Dr. Valerie Weil.
Kennedy Health System has launched the Kennedy Health Alliance, to include physician offices across Burlington, Camden and Gloucester counties. As well, Kennedy University Hospitals elected three new medical staff officers: chief of staff Dr. Anthony Brown, vice chief of staff Dr. Melanie Angelo and treasurer Dr. Todd Levin. Underwood Memorial Hospital has elected Archer & Greiner P.C. president Christopher Gibson to its board of trustees.
Beneficial Mutual Bancorp, which has 31 branches in South Jersey, announced it will close five of its 68 total branches, and cut 4 percent of its workforce. The bank lost $9 million last year.
WebiMax, the online marketing and search engine optimization company headquartered in Mount Laurel, has added five sales and customer service offices across the country, with international offices in Europe, Australia and Canada to open next year.
Hill International, the Marlton-based construction management company, has landed a $3.2 million contract for work on the Marsa Zayed, the largest tourism development project ever undertaken in Jordan.
Marlton’s Burns Honda was awarded the American Honda Motor Co.’s President’s Award for 2010.
Sun Bancorp anticipated raising $81 million in its most recent public stock offering of 28.75 million shares, closing at $3 apiece.
Marlton’s Free For All, Inc. has announced a partnership with The Hamels Foundation; the foundation, created by Cole and Heidi Hamels, will help distribute Free For All’s RxCut Prescription Savings Cards.
Streamline LLC has launched commercial air service from Trenton-Mercer Airport to Boston.
Catherine Gavin, TD Wealth Management’s William Carrozza and PMA Insurance Group’s Glenn Giveans have joined the board of the Camden nonprofit Cathedral Kitchen.
United Way of Burlington County exceeded its $4.6 million 2010 fundraising goal by $35,000, awarding the Lawrence D. Epstein volunteer of the year award to Trion senior management consultant Ed O’Malley.
Dan Keating, vice president of family services and government relations at Bancroft in Haddonfield, has been named to the board of trustees of Brain Injury Association of Pennsylvania.
Comings and goings.
Construction management and consulting firm Greyhawk has promoted Chuck Romanoli from principal to president and chief executive, and Ron Kerins from regional manager to principal. Both are based in Moorestown.
Jeffrey Saline, president of Cherry Hill’s Saline Financial Solutions, has been named to the board of directors of WE2, Inc., a subsidiary of Next Financial Holdings.
Stephen M. Warrington was appointed vice president and mortgage sales manager at West Deptford-based Fulton Mortgage Co., a division of The Bank.
Kimberly Alford Rice, principal at KLA Marketing Associates, has joined the board of the Legal Marketing Association’s Metro Philadelphia Chapter.
Reynold Cicalese III of the accounting firm Alloy, Silverstein, Shapiro, Adams, Mulford, Cicalese, Wilson & Co. in Cherry Hill and Hammonton, was named among the New Jersey Society of CPAs’ “30 Under 30.”
Megan Kline was hired to coordinate the South Jersey Golf Classic for the Alzheimer’s Association Delaware Valley Chapter, May 24 at Woodcrest Country Club.
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