Fiore J. Copare, MD is a family man, who treats his patients as he would his own.
“In treating my patients my recommendations are not only medically sound, but also are based on what I’d do for my own family,” he says.
A 1973 Bridgeton High School graduate, after college and medical school. Dr. Copare returned to his hometown to practice medicine and support his community. He perfected his skills as a board-certified internal medicine physician at Cooper University Hospital, completing his internship, residency, and fellowship with unwavering dedication. Dr. Copare’s boundless energy is fueled by his dedication to community service and to medicine.Currently, he serves as Mayor of Pittsgrove Township and has been a member of the Township Committee since 2012. He previously served 18 years on the Pittsgrove Township Board of Education, nine of those years as president.
A member of the resident teaching faculty at Inspira in Vineland, Dr. Copare serves as president of Inspira’s medical staff, in addition to being a medical director of Angelic Hospice. He has been married to Andrea, his high school sweetheart, for 45 years, and they have eight children and 10 grandchildren. He practices Internal Medicine in Bridgeton.
“Hospice care is an important part of providing good medical care,” he explains. “We all will face end-of-life, either through age, illness, or accident. Hospice care however enhances the quality of life at all stages. It allows both the patient and their loved ones to better enjoy the time they have together. It is a gift.”