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September 07, 1984 - Image 29

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-09-07

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

"Sinal is
Hos•ita

Chuck Wolfe, West Bloomfield

Four years ago, at the age of
37, I suffered a massive heart at-
tack. The care I received during
my five weeks at Sinai Hospital
literally saved my life. Physicians
who studied my records after-
, wards said they couldn't believe
I had pulled through.
The devotion and concern of
the staff was unbelievable. Nurses
would punch out after their shift
and then come back to stay with
me for several more hours. Resi-
dent physicians sat up with me all
night on several occasions. Staff
called in on their days off to ask
how I was doing. Throughout,
they showed deep concern for
my family.
After I left the Hospital, I
joined Sinai's Cardiovascular Fit-
ness and Rehabilitation Program,
a remarkable method of taking a
totally incapacitated person and
building him back up. Now, thanks
to the program, I bicycle five miles
a day and walk another mile or
two. I've climbed the Great Wall
of China and gone rafting on the
Co+orad.o River.
For these reasons, and more,

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Sinai- is my hospital.

For more information on Sinai Hospital,
or for referral to a Sinai physician,
write to:

Hospital and Community Relations,
6767 West Outer Drive,
Detroit 48235,
or call 493-5500.

HOSPITAL

OF DETROIT

People Who Care

Friday, September 7, 1984

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