Cape Regional appoints new foundation board members

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 Robert Baxter Robert Baxter  Cookie Bishop-Boriss Cookie Bishop-Boriss CAPE MAY COURT HOUSE – Cookie Bishop-Boriss and Robert Baxter have been appointed to the board of the Cape Regional Medical Center Foundation.

Bishop-Boriss is employed by Millennium Respiratory Services of Cape May Court House, and is responsible for the assessment and monitoring of patients with neuromuscular disease.

She is a graduate of Atlantic Cape Community College with an Associate’s Degree of Applied Science in the Respiratory Therapist Program. Bishop-Boriss is also employed by Cape Regional Physicians Associates (CRPA) as coordinator and expeditor for outpatient respiratory, including patient education regarding respiratory related equipment and disease.

“I look forward to helping raise both awareness and financial support for Cape Regional Medical Center,” she said. “I grew up in Cape May County and have a long history with the hospital.”

Bishop-Boriss is originally from Wildwood. She and her husband, Dr. Michael Boriss, a cardiologist at Cape Regional Physicians Associates, reside in Linwood.

Baxter is a retired business consultant and partner with Smart & Associates of Devon, Pa., where he managed an IT consulting practice. Prior to his work with Smart & Associates, Baxter was employed at Arthur Andersen & Company as managing partner in the Business Systems Consulting Division.

He received his Bachelors of Science and Masters of Business Administration from Drexel University. Baxter volunteers for Family Promise of Cape May County as a board member and is the chair of the Annual Charity Golf Tournament. He serves on the board of directors of St. Augustine Prep in Richland and is also actively involved in the Avalon Lions Club, serving as vice chairman of the membership committee.

“I am excited to be joining the members of the Cape Regional Medical Center Foundation and raising philanthropic support of our community hospital,” Baxter said. “Cape Regional is an important community resource for the residents and visitors of Cape May County.”

He and Madeline Baxter reside in Avalon.

The Cape Regional Medical Center Foundation was established in 1999 and is dedicated to raising philanthropic contributions and community involvement in support of Cape Regional Medical Center. For more information on the foundation, call 609-463-4040.


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