Virtua's Mobile Farmers Market, Mobile Mammography Unit and the Pediatric Mobile Services trucks set up at the Tabernacle Baptist Church in Burlington. All three provided services, in some cases free, to assist those in an under served community.
More than 300 women gathered for the Virtua Women’s Conference. The day was filled with inspiration, information and indulgences to empower women to prioritize their health. An energizing keynote on finding joy was the perfect ending to the day.
The American Nurses Credentialing Center honors Virtua nurses for their dedication, compassionate care and quality outcomes by awarding them Magnet status, the highest honor in nursing excellence.
Virtua hosts a reunion for the families whose infants spent time in the NICU. It's a chance for the families to reunite with the nurses who cared for the babies. The day includes entertainment, games, rides and lots of hugs.
Virtua nurses gather to celebrate each other and the great work they do. Nurses Day is an annual event which occurs on the fourth Thursday of September as designated by the New Jersey state legislature in 2016.
Virtua Memorial hospital opens its doors to the first Food Pantry for patients. Patients are recommended by their primary physician or the ED. Fresh produce and non-perishable goods are offered free of charge to those who lack the resources.
Residents of Camden gather on the Virtua Camden campus to celebrate the annual Community Day. Activities included games, face painting, pony rides, music and food. Virtua employees were on hand giving health and wellness advice.
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.