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Holy Name Welcomes Primary Care Practice in Westwood

Dr. Matt Cooper and Dr. Kimberly Hewitt join Holy Name Physicians

August 2, 2023

Dr. Matt Cooper and Dr. Kimberly Hewitt of Cooper Hewitt Health in Westwood, NJ have joined Holy Name Physicians and are now accepting new patients.

Dr. Cooper is a board-certified family medicine provider and Dr. Hewitt is a board-certified internist. Both physicians offer outpatient primary care for adults of all ages in their office at 354 Old Hook Road, Suite 203, as well as treating inpatients at Holy Name Medical Center. The physicians and their team assist patients in achieving optimum health with a holistic approach to prevention, wellness, and maintenance of chronic medical issues.

Both physicians received their osteopathic medical degree from Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine in Pennsylvania. Dr. Cooper completed his residency from the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine-UPMC Presbyterian-Shadyside. Dr. Hewitt completed her residency at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine-UPMC Mercy. She also completed a master's degree in biomedical sciences from the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey. Dr. Cooper and Dr. Hewitt are members of several osteopathic medical associations.

"Having more internal and family medicine providers join our Holy Name Physician network helps meet the growing needs of our communities," said Sean O'Rourke, President of Health Partners Services. "Drs. Cooper and Hewitt will help create doctor-patient relationships that are vital to overall health needs and can help their clients navigate our comprehensive health care system."