Physician Liaison Program

Cooper University Health Care's Physician Liaison program consists of a team of seasoned health care professionals that work for you — the referring provider. Our goal is to ensure that you have the best possible experience when you send your patient to Cooper.

Through informational visits, peer-to-peers with Cooper physicians, and dinner lectures, our team of liaisons will make sure you are fully equipped with the knowledge necessary to make well-informed decisions when choosing where to send your patient for care.

In addition to facilitating referrals, our liaisons can help address any issues, questions, or concerns that may arise while your patient is at Cooper. We encourage you to share your experiences and comments with our liaison team so we can make sure we are meeting your expectations in terms of the quality of care and the service we provide.

For more information or to speak with a physician liaison, please email Terry Brennan at PhysicianServices@cooperhealth.edu.

CooperCare Link

CooperCare Link offers real-time, view-only access to your Cooper University Health Care patients' medical records. In-basket messaging facilitates communication with staff, including provider-to-provider discussions regarding patient care.

As a CooperCare Link user, you receive patient event alerts, allowing you to monitor your patients throughout the referral process, including registration, admission, discharge and more.

Learn more about CooperCare Link and request access here. Our physician liaison team is also available to assist you with access if necessary.

Continuing Medical Education

Cooper’s Continuing Medical Education office provides CME activities for our providers as well as for primary care physicians and specialists in the tri-state area, nationally, and internationally.

Cooper is the only hospital or health system in southern New Jersey with national accreditation, and is among the 28 percent of all national CME providers to have achieved Accreditation with Commendation. 

For more information, call 856.382.6480 or email CME@cooperhealth.edu.

Click here for upcoming CME courses.

South Jersey Medical Report

South Jersey Medical Report (SJMR) is an important resource for physicians for up-to-date news and information about medical, technological, and research advances at Cooper University Health Care. The Report – published both as a blog and in print – provides information ranging from new physician appointments to clinical trial access to newly available medical procedures for complex patients.

Learn more about SJMR.

Connect the Docs

Follow Connect the Docs, Cooper’s provider blog, for an insider’s perspective on working at Cooper. Click here for more information.