(Runnemede) Freeholder Director Louis Cappelli, Jr. and Freeholder Jonathan Young joined officials from Runnemede and Cooper University Health Care to celebrate the opening of its newest Urgent Care Center with a ribbon cutting. Cooper operates Urgent Care Centers in Cherry Hill and Audubon.
“Cooper University Health Care is a good neighbor here in Camden County,” said Freeholder Director Louis Cappelli, Jr. “Their dedication to our community and their commitment to providing access to world-class healthcare is evident in all they do to improve the quality of life in Camden County.”
Cooper Urgent Care Centers provide convenient, community based care for non-life threatening illnesses and injuries that need attention when you are unable to see your doctor but do not require the life-saving services of a hospital emergency room. Medical care is provided on a walk-in basis, by board-certified emergency physicians. On-site X-ray is available.
The following conditions can be treated at Cooper Urgent Care: Breaks and sprains, colds and flu, ear aches and infections, minor cuts, scrapes and burns, stitches and removal of stitches, Strep throat, upper respiratory problems, urinary tract infections, acute work-related injuries, immunizations and vaccinations (work and college), and minor eye infections such as pink eye among others.
Cooper Urgent Care also provides a range of affordable services including:
- Sports, school and camp physicals
- TB skin tests
- Pregnancy tests