Media Policy and Contacts

Kennedy Health System's Marketing Department is available for media requests.  We also have an array of medical experts available to speak on various medical topics.

For more information, please contact:


Nicole Pensiero
Corporate Director of Communications
1099 White Horse Road
Voorhees, NJ 08043
Phone: 856-566-5305
Mobile: 856-289-6522

Latest Kennedy News & Press Releases
 
Live Chat: Weight Loss Surgery Options
02/24/2015
Being significantly overweight puts you at risk of serious health problems like diabetes and heart disease. And, after years of failed diets, exercise programs, and medications, you may be considering a surgical option to improve your health. Getting accurate information can be vital to your decision about the next step. What better place to gather information than in a free online chat session with an acclaimed bariatric surgeon designed to answer the most frequently asked questions about surgical weight loss options?Join us on March 17, 2015 from 12pm to 1pm for a live question and answer session with weight loss surgeon Dr. Louis Balsama.
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Live Chat: Healthy Weight Loss Tips
02/24/2015
Struggling with that last 10 pounds?  Join us on March 11, 2015 at 12pm for a free online Q&A session with our registered dietician, Andrea Caplan, as she shares healthy weight loss tips and answers your questions - live, free and anonymously. Live Blog Healthy Weight Loss Chat  
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Live Chat: Robotic Surgery Options
02/24/2015
Did you know that many common surgical treatments can be performed robotically?  Robotic surgery offers smaller incisions, faster healing and generally less pain than traditional surgical methods. Join us on March 10, 2015 at 12pm with robotic surgeon, Dr. Roy Sandau, and ask questions about how robotic surgery can help you - online, live, free and anonymously.
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A Little Fat, Sugar OK for Kids If Diet Is Healthy: Study
02/24/2015
Cutting junk food from kids' diets is important, but if a little sugar and fat helps them eat their veggies, that's a good trade-off, a leading group of pediatricians says. New recommendations from the American Academy of Pediatrics emphasize the importance of introducing kids to a wide variety of "whole foods" -- from fruits and vegetables, to whole grains and nuts, to fish and low-fat dairy.
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