Dr. J. Harris Underwood was born on September 27, 1876 in Milroy, Pennsylvania, and when he was just four years old, his family moved to Woodbury, New Jersey.
In 1905, Dr. Underwood graduated from Jefferson Medical College in Philadelphia, with a degree in medicine. Following medical school, Dr. Underwood served as resident at Cooper Hospital for a year and then decided to open an office in National Park.
In 1909, Dr. Underwood married Sadie Cliver and made a home with her at the corner of Broad Street and West Red Bank Avenue in Woodbury. One year later, his new home turned into his second office, which better helped him serve the fast growing community's need for medical care.
After being in practice only a few years, Dr. Underwood began to see that many patients needing to be hospitalized would unnecessarily suffer as a result of delays in care related to transport into Camden and Philadelphia. It didn't take long for his compassion to take over, and he began to admit patients into his own home to provide them with the care they so desperately needed. In 1912, with the help of his brother, Amos, Dr. Underwood purchased a hotel at the corner of Red Bank Avenue and Broad Street in Woodbury and turned his dream to reality as a transformed the building into Underwood Hospital.
Dr. J. Harris Underwood would continue to serve this community until the day he died. On November 15, 1957 Dr. Underwood passed away at the hospital he founded and loved.
The 2015 Employee Giving Campaign funded a state-of-the-art Site Rite Ultrasound System with Pinpoint GT for our Central Access Team. Upgrades like these support Inspira Medical Center Woodbury's efforts to continue to offer premier care in our community.
The 2016 employee giving campaign has exceeded the success of last year's campaign, and it will provide crucial funding for future projects.
Bringing a child into the world is an extraordinary experience. Inspira Foundation Gloucester County and the Labor and Delivery Department are helping to make it as comfortable, joyful, and special as possible.
The Hoping Fund was founded to provide new parents with the resources and support they need to acknowledge their loss, honor their child, and to begin coping with the tragedy. While nothing can ever replace their precious child, your love and support can can make a lasting impact on their lives. Please consider supporting this noble program.
The National EMS Memorial Bike Ride was organized to honor EMS heroes who lost their lives in the line of duty. This week-long trek covered more than 400 miles, from Boston to Washington, DC.
The mission of Inspira Health Network is to improve the wellness of the community we serve. Working with local municipalities, employers, schools, and other organizations, the Community Education staff at Inspira Medical Center Woodbury identifies at-risk members of the community and provides free health screenings, checkups, and education for those in need.
Every day, Inspira paramedics might be faced with a situation in which minutes or even seconds count for their patients. When time is of the essence, it's crucial for them to have the best equipment in the field.
“A dedicated physician, a caring friend and colleague – his wisdom, love, and compassion inspired all who knew him.” This is how the placard reads below the portrait of Dr. Jack Love in the Emergency Department at Inspira Medical Center Woodbury. A man beloved by all who knew him had a lasting impact on the quality of care and the culture of our Emergency Department.
"I've always been told that if you give from the heart you will get it back some day. I feel great about supporting the health care needs of my community. I've already been more than repaid."
Dr. Bonner has served as Medical Director of the Department of Emergency Medicine at Inspira Medical Center Woodbury since 1998, and in 2015 he was elected president of the hospital’s medical staff. A lifelong resident of Gloucester County, he is a strong supporter of Inspira Foundation Gloucester County.
Founded in 1917, Paulsboro Refining Company has a long-standing commitment to the Gloucester County Community. Inspira Medical Center Woodbury is very grateful for their generous support through the years.
Thanks to the generosity of Inspira Health Network employees, Inspira Foundation Gloucester County was able to purchase King Vision Scopes for the entire fleet of MICU vehicles with funds raised through the employee giving campaign.
Jessie's passion for Inspira Medical Center Woodbury and her patients is clear to everyone around her. As a child, she dreamed of working in this hospital, and she made her dream come true.
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