Moorestown, NJ – Senate President Steve Sweeney was joined by Senator Troy Singleton and Senator Dawn Marie Addiego today on a tour of the Virtua Samson Cancer Center in Moorestown.
“Too many of us have lost a loved one to cancer. Centers like this one are vital to helping diagnose, treat and eventually save the lives of cancer patients,” said Senator Sweeney (D-Gloucester/Salem/Cumberland). “South Jersey is blessed to have such an award-winning and consumer friendly cancer treatment facility right here in Burlington County.”
“The Virtua Samson Cancer Center offers world-class health care services to the residents of Burlington County and our surrounding region,” said Senator Singleton (D-Burlington). “By providing a patient-centric experience, this center puts patients first using a holistic approach, coordinated care, and clinical excellence to provide oncology services.”
“Every person suffering from or at risk of cancer deserves the very best treatment New Jersey can offer. Thankfully, the Virtua Samson Cancer Center offers exactly what people need,” said Senator Addiego (D-Atlantic/Burlington/Camden).
The Virtua Samson Cancer Center in Moorestown is part of the Penn Medicine, Virtua Cancer program. It provides preventative, diagnostic and treatment services for patients with many types of cancer. The integrated team of oncology specialists at the Samson Cancer Center provide individualized, state-of-the-art treatment for a multitude of cancer diagnoses.
(Photo 1 Attached from Left: Senator Troy Singleton, Senator Dawn Addiego, President and CEO of Virtua Dennis W. Pullin, Senate President Steve Sweeney, Director of Pharmacy at Virtua Carolyn Orendorff)
(Photo 2 Attached: Senator Singleton, Senator Addiego and Senator Sweeney with Virtua Staff)