Nearly 1000 Camden children took part in the Virtua 76ers Camden Youth Basketball Clinic held at the Kroc Center in Camden. Over the course of three days, the kids learned basketball skills, dance moves and about nutrition & exercise.
The Boys and Girls Club of Camden County visited the Virtua Flyers Skate Zone to try ice skating and to learn about proper nutrition and safety.
For the fourth consecutive year, employees from Virtua and the Philadelphia 76ers joined forces for Project 76. This year, the volunteer teams spent the day beautifying the U.S. Wiggins Family School in Camden.
Local business leaders gather for a panel hosted by Chamber of Commerce Southern New Jersey. The topic was partnering for a healthier community. Virtua CEO and president Dennis Pullin was on the panel.
Virtua officially launches the Pediatric Mobile Services Unit which will provide health screenings, lead testing and education to children in rural, urban and impoverished areas of Camden, Burlington and Gloucester counties.
Virtua hosts another Philadelphia Soul Town Takeover at Total Turf. Local kids got a chance to meet, practice drills and dance with Philadelphia Soul players and cheerleaders.
Med-Surg 7A nurses at Voorhees receive the prestigious Prism Award for outstanding care to patients.
The Virtua Mobile Farmer's Market teamed up with Greener Partners to teach children in Camden about farming and to experience different food choices.