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MD Anderson Cancer Center at Cooper Opens Expanded Infusion Center  


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Ribbon Cutting : From left, Generosa Grana, MD, FACP, director MD Anderson Cancer Center at Cooper;  Susan Bass Levin, president and chief executive officer of The Cooper Foundation, Christine Winn, FACHE, senior vice president MD Anderson Cooper Cancer Institute; Adrienne Kirby, PhD, FACHE, president and chief executive officer  of Cooper University Health Care; and Mary Jane Durkin, RN, infusion nurse MD Anderson Cancer Center at Cooper.

(Camden City)(November 4, 2016) --  MD Anderson Cancer Center at Cooper unveiled a new, expanded infusion center on Friday, November 4, 2016, for patients needing chemotherapy and other infusion treatments.

The $3.3 million expansion, located on the third floor of MD Anderson Cooper, nearly doubles the treatment area available for patients from 18 infusion bays and two private rooms to 32 bays and four private rooms.

“This is another exciting day demonstrating how our partnership with the number one cancer center in the nation, MD Anderson, is transforming cancer care for the people of South Jersey and the region,” said Adrienne Kirby, PhD,  FACHE, president and chief executive officer of Cooper University Health Care.  “The expanded infusion center will allow us to serve the thousands of people who have chosen to stay in New Jersey for the very best cancer care available.”


“When we first built the cancer center, we designed the facility with shell space to accommodate future growth,” said Generosa Grana, MD, FACP, director of MD Anderson Cancer Center at Cooper.  “The new center offers the most advance care in a relaxing contemporary atmosphere with abundant light, soothing colors, and amenities for the comfort of the patient’s family member or caregiver.”


In three years since its opening, MD Anderson Cooper has undergone several expansion projects to further provide the most advance cancer care and services.  In May 2015, the Janet Knowles Breast Cancer Center opened on the second floor of the of the cancer center. In July 2016, a new $13.5 million, 30-bed inpatient oncology unit opened on the 5th Floor of the Roberts Pavilion at Cooper University Hospital across the street from the cancer center – a total investment in Cooper’s Camden cancer facilities of nearly $17 million this year. 


Since opening, MD Anderson Cooper has experienced 20 percent growth in cancer volume. This growth has been a driver in overall growth at Cooper and its more than 100 outpatient facilities, with more than 1.4 million patient visits in 2015.


About MD Anderson Cancer Center at Cooper

Cooper University Health Care and The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center - a world-renowned cancer center – have partnered to create MD Anderson Cancer Center at Cooper.  MD Anderson at Cooper physicians adhere to the philosophy, process and guidelines set by MD Anderson in Houston, Texas, and patients receive the same proven practice standards and treatment protocols provided at MD Anderson. Disease-site specific multidisciplinary teams consisting of physicians, nurses and other clinical specialists work together to provide cancer patients with advanced diagnostic and treatment technologies, access to wide range of groundbreaking clinical trials and dynamic patient-physician relationships.  A full complement of support services provides complete, compassionate care for our patients.

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