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Inaugural Cardiology Reception Raises $180,000 for Cardiac Research and Education at Cooper

Earlier this week, more than 100 people gathered at Caffe Aldo Lamberti in Cherry Hill for the Inaugural Cardiology Fundraising Reception, raising $180,000 for cardiac research and education at Cooper University Health Care.
Cooper cardiologists Phillip A. Koren, MD, Fredric L. Ginsberg, MD, Kathleen Heintz, DO, Michael Rosenbloom, MD, and Perry J. Weinstock, MD, along with The Cooper Foundation, hosted the event in celebration of American Heart Month. All proceeds stay local and benefit cardiac patients right here in South Jersey.
“Heart disease is the leading cause of death for men and women in the United States,” said Philip Koren, MD, Medical Director of the Cooper Heart Institute. “It’s important to invest in research and education so we can continue to find ways to achieve positive outcomes for our patients.”
“We thank our donors for opening their hearts, and their wallets, for this important cause,” said Susan Bass Levin, President & CEO of The Cooper Foundation. “This event was a celebration of Cooper’s outstanding cardiology team, as well as all the patients who trust their hearts to Cooper.”
Pictured above: Cooper cardiologists Phillip A. Koren, MD, Perry J. Weinstock, MD, Kathleen Heintz, DO, Michael Rosenbloom, MD and Fredric L. Ginsberg, MD.
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