Blog & News

Delaying Medical Care Can Have Consequences

While residents of New Jersey were once encouraged to stay at home during peak of the COVID pandemic, many hospitals are reminding patients of the importance of staying on top of their health and resuming their health care treatment now… Read more

Taking Your Heart’s Rhythm Seriously

Deborah Chief Electrophysiologist Dr. Corbisiero had a simple message for listeners of Hurley in the Morning: “Take heart arrhythmias seriously!” Too often, people have a tendency to think of problems with their heart’s rhythm, such as atrial fibrillation, as less… Read more

Dr. Krathen’s Summer Health Tips

Did you catch Dr. Krathen’s recent appearance on PHL17? If not, you can watch it right here! Since so many of us have been cooped up at home the last several months, here are Dr. Krathen’s summer health tips for… Read more

So Glad to be Back at Rehab

Pulmonary patient Debbie Bormida has been a patient of Deborah since 2005 when she had respiratory failure. “It came out of nowhere,” she recalled. “When I came to Deborah I had respiratory failure and stayed for a month.” Debbie had… Read more

Connecting America’s Heroes with the Care They Need

Deborah’s Vice-President of Government and Community Relations was recently featured on Hurley in the Morning, discussing her many important roles here at the Center. One of these responsibilities is HeroCare Connect, a partnership between Deborah and Cooper University Health Care. … Read more

Unstoppable Heart (Care)

Fifty-seven year old Ricky Millette of Tinton Falls, NJ (shown with his wife Colleen and children Hannah and Ava) has been part of the Deborah Heart and Lung family since a second opinion for chest pains and possible blockages in… Read more