Snaps & Snippets: Camden’s Subaru donates vehicle for Cooper EMS fleet

Subaru of America Inc. has donated a new vehicle to Cooper University Health Care to expand its Emergency Medical Services fleet, the two announced recently. The 2020 Subaru Ascent SUV will be used by Cooper Emergency Medical Services physicians in the community as backup support for Cooper’s Basic Life Support and Advanced Life Support units responding to 911 calls.

The SUV outside the emergency entrance.

“This vehicle donation will enable Cooper to better serve the citizens of Camden,” Kevin O’Dowd, Cooper’s co-CEO, said in a prepared statement. “We are thankful for this generous support from our Camden neighbor.”

Cooper EMS responds to more than 40,000 calls for service annually, Dr. Anthony Mazzarelli, the other co-CEO, noted.

The vehicle is the fourth Cooper has received through Subaru Loves to Care, the carmaker’s philanthropic initiative, since 2015.

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