Kennedy Celebrates Its New Expanded Emergency Room
Thursday, September 01, 2011

Kennedy Expands the Cherry Hill ER
A Ribbon Cutting ceremony for the new and expanded Emergency Department at Kennedy University Hospital in Cherry Hill was held on August 30th. The $9.7 million 5,000 square-foot expansion project greatly increases the size of the existing ED, bringing the square-footage from 7,600 feet to 12,600 feet, and the number of ED treatment bays from 17 to 29. Renovations are also being made to the existing Kennedy – Cherry Hill ED, which will be completed by the end of the first quarter of 2012.

Shown at the Ribbon Cutting event are, from left: Camden County Freeholders Director Louis Cappelli, Jr.; Cherry Hill Mayor Bernie Platt; NJ State Senator James Beach; NJ Assemblyman Louis Greenwald (District 6); Kennedy – Cherry Hill ED Medical Director Dr. Melanie Angelo; Kennedy President & CEO Martin A. Bieber; Kennedy Health System Board Vice Chairman John Durante; Kennedy Hospital Board of Trustees Chairman Albert Smith; Kennedy Board member Barry Bannett; Kennedy – Cherry Hill ED Nurse Manager Denise Jackson, RN; and Brian Jones, Kennedy Foundation board member.