Cooper University Health Care’s newest outpatient facility features more than a dozen high demand adult health care specialties, diagnostic services, and patient amenities. The Cooper Specialty Care Center at Cherry Hill opened on Monday, the health care system announced.

“Cooper has a long history of providing the highest level of health care services for the South Jersey community,” Cooper University Health Care Board of Trustees Chairman George E. Norcross III said. “This tremendous new facility is designed to provide patients with the utmost comfort and convenience for a first class health care experience.”

Services include cardiology, endocrinology, nephrology, neurology and neurosurgery, orthopaedics, physical therapy, physical medicine and rehabilitation, podiatry, pulmonary medicine, and rheumatology services.

It has more than 100 exam and procedural rooms for patient visits and a range of outpatient services, as well as numerous patient amenities including express self-check-in. It is located at 2339 West Route 70, adjacent to the Crowne Plaza Hotel in Cherry Hill.

“This new, state-of-the-art building incorporates all of the latest medical technology while simultaneously offering convenient amenities to enhance the overall health care experience for our patients,” Cooper Co-President/CEO Kevin O’Dowd said.

“As South Jersey’s leading academic health system, Cooper has highly skilled specialists, advanced care providers, nurses, technicians, and support staff and this building provides our clinical team and our patients with a technologically-advanced, modern facility to provide quality care,” Cooper Co-President/CEO Dr. Anthony Mazzarelli said.

The ground floor features a Welcome Concierge and a full-service café offering Starbucks beverages and snacks. The interior design incorporates natural light, soothing wood tones and colors, original artwork, and views of the Cooper River from the waiting areas. For patients’ convenience, early morning and evening appointments will be available.

Practices in this facility offer both in-person and telemedicine visits. Cooper has adopted a multi-level screening process for everyone who enters its buildings, including employees, to reduce patients’ risk of exposure to new coronavirus.

Additionally, Cooper is strictly following all public health and CDC safety guidelines related to the coronavirus. All patient waiting areas and rooms are disinfected and cleaned.

This article originally appeared on the Haddonfield-Haddon Township Patch