Cooper University Health Care is the leading academic health system in South Jersey. Cooper includes South Jersey’s only Level I trauma center (Cooper University Hospital), a leading cancer center (MD Anderson Cancer Center at Cooper), the only Level II pediatric trauma center in the Delaware Valley (Children’s Regional Hospital), one of the largest physicians group in the region, four urgent care centers, and more than 100 outpatient offices throughout South Jersey and Pennsylvania.
Cooper University Health Care’s mission is To Serve. To Heal. To Educate.
A Trusted Name in Health Care
Since 1887, Cooper has been providing quality health care to the people of Camden County and South Jersey.
Located across the Benjamin Franklin Bridge from Philadelphia, Cooper University Health Care has more than 7,000 employees, including more than 1,250 nurses and 630 physicians in more than 70 specialties. As an academic medical center, Cooper offers patients quality health care from primary care to specialty care in one or more of its premier Institutes and Centers of Excellence, including:
- MD Anderson Cancer Center at Cooper
- Adult Health
- Bone and Joint
- Digestive Health
- Surgical Specialties
- Women’s and Children’s
- Urban Health
- Center for Critical Care Services
- Center for Urgent and Emergent Services
- Center for Population Health
- Center for Trauma Services
Cooper University Health Care is one of the most trusted health systems in the region, handling more than 1.4 million outpatient visits annually.
Cooper University Hospital is an academic, tertiary care medical center affiliated with Cooper Medical School of Rowan University and is located on the Health Sciences Campus in Camden, New Jersey. Cooper has a long history in the City of Camden and is playing a leading role in its revitalization. Cooper University Hospital is the only Level 1 trauma center for adults and children in southern New Jersey.
Children’s Regional Hospital at Cooper, also in Camden, provides high-quality pediatric care and is South Jersey’s only state-designated children’s hospital. Children’s Regional Hospital at Cooper is also verified as a Level II Pediatric Trauma Center by the American College of Surgeons, one of only two Level 1 trauma centers to have this verification.
MD Anderson Cancer Center at Cooper opened in 2013 in partnership with MD Anderson Cancer Center in Houston, Texas, the nation’s no. 1 ranked cancer center by U.S. News & World Report. Today, MD Anderson Cancer Center at Cooper is one of leading cancer centers in the region, allowing more residents to stay in New Jersey to receive the most advanced cancer care available.