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Date:12/11/2008

and allowing fewer interruptions from unfamiliar visitors and caregivers. According to the Center for Healthcare Design, private rooms reduce the rate of infection within the hospital. Furthermore, this provides the patient with more privacy and comfort within his or her room. The rooms are built on a diagonal, allowing for improved staff visualization of the patient. The rooms are separated into two areas, the family portion of the room and a nursing/staff area. The family portion, next to the window, offers a place for a family member to spend the night in a convertible sleep accommodation, and includes a small desk and other furniture for visitors.

Patient rooms and all of the improved amenities that are encompassed in the Pavilion are geared toward creating a healing environment. The same high-tech care that Cooper has always provided will now be delivered in a more serene, patient-centered atmosphere.

"Overall, this $220 million Pavilion expansion is proof of the bond that this institution has with Camden. Cooper University Hospital has been a proud constituent of Camden for a very long time," said Mr. Norcross. "We are committed to the revitalization of this great city. Our expansion and improvements not only enhance health care in this city, we also hope that it will stimulate further business development and opportunity."

Highlights of the New $220 Million Pavilion:

Cooper, the leading healthcare provider for South Jersey, is expanding its operations by adding:

  • New 10-story, 312,000-square-foot patient care pavilion
  • 12 new operating room suites
  • 60 private medical/surgical rooms
  • New technologically advanced 30-bed Intensive Care Unit
  • 12,000-square-foot addition to the Emergency Department (2010)
  • Elaborate laboratory automation facility
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