Putting Your Health First During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Cooper is committed to keeping you healthy and safe.

While many things have changed in the past few months, our goal of providing outstanding care to every patient remains the same.

sheildOur physicians, nurses, and staff are here for you. Our doors and offices are open, and we continue to provide exceptional and safe care, including select surgeries, procedures, and diagnostic testing.

Your health and safety are our number one priority – now and always. When this pandemic began, our team immediately put into place rigorous safety precautions to protect our patients and staff. We also began telehealth visits, where appropriate, for patients who did not need in-person office visits.

Cooper has taken a number of steps to put Your Health First for in-person visits.:

  • We screen everyone who enters our buildings.
  • We will give you a mask to wear, and we will be wearing ours with smiles behind them.
  • We have reduced the number of seats in waiting rooms and are minimizing wait times.
  • For certain visits, you will be able to wait in your car until your room is ready.
  • We have removed all magazines and brochures from our waiting areas.
  • We have installed Plexiglas dividers at our reception desks to protect you.
  • Visitors can only accompany patients in a few limited circumstances.
  • As always, we follow all CDC guidelines for rigorous cleaning and disinfection.
  • We have plenty of hand sanitizing stations located throughout our buildings.
  • We set up our facilities to ensure you can practice physical distancing.

We don’t want you to put your health on hold. It is very important that you maintain your appointment and treatment schedule. Register for myCooper to make appointments and connect to your Cooper electronic medical records at any time, day or night.

Please don’t hesitate to reach out to us. Your care team can advise you on the best way to continue your care – safely and responsibly. Please call us at 800.8.COOPER (800.826.6737).

Thank you for choosing Cooper University Health Care. We value the confidence you show in our physicians, nurses and staff by entrusting us to put Your Health First.

Need help with COVID-19 questions?

Please refer to the resources below for current visitor policies, expert advice, ways you can help, and more.

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Temporary Visitor Policy

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Think You’ve Been Exposed to COVID-19?

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Caring for a Loved One With COVID-19

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COVID-19 Testing

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Appointments & Telemedicine

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Making the Most of MyCooper

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Resources: Tips, Coping, Wellness & More

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COVID-19 Vaccine Information

 

 

 

Additional Information and Resources

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is a good up-to-date resource on the coronavirus (COVID-19), particularly as it relates to travel and geographic locations that are experiencing high incidence of the virus.

The New Jersey COVID-19 Information Hub contains the most up-to-date information on what is happening in the state and provide a place to ask questions.