Officials with Inspira Health Network and Cooper University Health Care marked the opening of a new Glassboro health center this week.
Inspira Health Center Glassboro, which will house the Cooper Bone and Joint Institute at Woodbury, will provide outpatient health services for the community, including Rowan University students.
The $1.9 million, 27,500-square-foot facility is located within 200 Rowan Boulevard, the newest building opened as part of the massive Rowan Boulevard redevelopment project.
Health center services will include primary and urgent care, orthopedics, physical therapy, medical imaging and behavioral wellness.
In the Behavioral Wellness Center, psychiatrists from the Rowan University School of Osteopathic Medicine will treat children and adults through individual, family and group therapy sessions.
“This new health care complex really speaks to the needs and preferences of health care consumers, and it illustrates the transformation that is taking place in health care today,” John DiAngelo, president and CEO of Inspira Health Network, said in a written statement. “Together, Inspira and Cooper are working to bring co-located services, extended hours, clinical expertise and timely care all in one convenient location.”
The health center, which will officially open to the public on Nov. 9, is located on the first floor of 220 Rowan Boulevard, a building which also includes student housing, luxury apartments and retail space.