A former president of Sinai
Hospital Women's Guild and two
former departmental chiefs were
honored at the 18th annual meet-
ing of Sinai Hospital last week
in the hospital's Zuckerman Audi-
They are Mrs. Isadore W.
Winkelman, who served as presi-
dent of the Women's Guild from
1968 to 1970; Dr. Samuel S. Bern-
stein. chief of pediatrics from
1953 to 1970; and Dr. Milton L.
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Sorock, chief of surgery from 1959
The three were presented en-
graved bronze medals by Morris
Garvett, president of the hospital,
in recognition of their "distin-
guished service to the hospital
and the community."
Mrs. Winkelman was cited for
her "extreme dedication and gen-
uine concern for
the welfare of
her two years as
"The guild un-
der her leader-
ship was truly
a credit to the
was an inspira-
tion to many,"
Garvett said. Mrs. Winkelman
Mrs. Winkelman began her as-
sociation with Sinai's predecessor,
the North End Clinic, as a medi-
cal social worker and was the
founding administrative secretary
of the guild. She also served as
dren's Hospital and the Detroit
When he stepped down as
Sinai's chief of pediatrics earlier
this year, he assumed the rank
of senior attending physician.
Dr. Sorock was cited for "the
combination of knowledge, experi-
ence and leadership which he
brought to his task" as chief of
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she was a recipient of the "Women
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Dr. Bernstein was praised for
setting "a worthy example to oth-
ers on the staff by his demonstra-
tion of loyalty to the hospital and
his compassion to the young."
Garvett pointed out that more
than 42,000 babies born at Sinai I
A graduate of the Wayne
State University School of Medi-
cine, Dr. Sorock also holds the
rank of senior attending physi-
cian since stepping down as
chief of surgery and is a clini-
cal assistant professor of sur-
gery at the WSU School of
Also at the meeting, seven trus-
tees were re-elected for five-year
terms ending Dec. 1, 1975, and
one new trustee was elected for
a five-year term.
Re-elected were Louis Berry,
Alfred Deutsch, Samuel Frankel,
Irwin Green, George M. Stutz,
Louis Tabashnik and Isadore W.
Elected to a first term was
Joseph H. Jackier.
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hospital opened, received care
under Dr. Bernstein's supervision.
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Dr. Bernstein received his
MD degree from Rush Univer-
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and residency at Harper Hos-
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fessor of clinical pediatrics at
the Wayne State University Max Kapustin, adjunct professor,
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"Few have been more instru-
mental in the growth of Sinai Hos-
pital from a small community hos-
pital into the major medical com-
plex it is today," Garvett said.
"Under his leadership, the de-
partment developed an outstand-
ing rotation system so that future
surgeons would be trained in all
the major services," he said. "He
also stressed the importance of
individual research projects on
the part of the resident staff."
Dr. Sorock was instrumental,
Garvett said, in planning the new
operating suite which will become
part of the Max -M. and Marjorie
S. Fisher Patient Care Wing,
which will open next year.
HERBERT FORTES of Glencoe.
Ill., was elected president of the
National Federation of Temple
Brotherhoods at its 23rd biennial
convention in Chicago. ROBERT
W. CANVASSER of Detroit was
elected vice president, and MAU-
RICE M. STEWART of Detroit
was elected to the national execu-
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