$2 Billion Expansion Planned in Camden for Cooper University Health Care

By Cherry Hill Courier Post, Anthony Coppola, September 20, 2022

Cooper University Health Care and the MD Anderson Cancer Center at Cooper on Monday reaffirmed its commitment to Camden with the announcement of a planned $2 billion expansion at the city's campus.

According to Cooper officials, the investment is the largest in Camden County history.

"Today is a day of celebration, an amazing achievement," Cooper Board of Trustees Chairman George Norcross III said Monday during a ceremony marking the expansion.

Norcross was joined by several speakers at the event, including a pair of political players from different sides of the aisle in New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy and former Gov. Chris Christie. Norcross labeled both as "largely responsible" for Cooper to be in position to embark on this expansion.

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