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
 
Sign Up Now for Kennedy Cancer Survivors Day & 5K Run June 7th!
05/26/2015
For the fifth consecutive year, Kennedy Health will host a day of fun-filled festivities to celebrate Cancer Survivors Day at Washington Lake Park, 626 Hurffville-Cross Keys Road, in Sewell, NJ. This year’s event includes Kennedy’s first-ever 5K Run/Walk – on a USATF-Certified K Course – which kicks off the day at 9:30 am. (registration 8 am.). The 5K Run/Walk is followed by a celebration of life for cancer survivors from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., featuring:
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Local Anesthesia May Be Best for Infants During Surgery
05/26/2015
Study found not putting young patients to sleep tied to fewer breathing problems afterwards New research suggests infants may recover better after some kinds of surgery if they receive local anesthesia -- which only numbs part of the body -- instead of being "knocked out" completely with general anesthesia.Young patients who had local anesthesia were less likely to suffer from disrupted breathing following hernia surgery, the study found.
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Morning, Midday Most Common Time for Babies' Arrival, Study Finds
05/26/2015
Elective c-sections, induced births keep many U.S. deliveries within working hours   Just in time for Mother's Day, a new study looks at when during the day the stork brings American parents that bundle of joy.  Research into 2013 data finds that as rates of elective c-section and induced vaginal births rise, American babies are increasingly being born during the morning and midday working hours at hospitals.
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C-Section Rates Drop Slightly With Hospital Review Program
05/15/2015
Newborn complications also decreased, Canadian study reportsFewer pregnant women had cesarean section births in Canadian hospitals that took part in a C-section review program, a new study reports.The intervention program included onsite training in best-practice guidelines for C-sections, audits by a committee, and feedback for doctors.
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