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October 05, 1984 - Image 63

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-10-05

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Friday, October 5, 1984 63

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

WISHING ALL A SAFE & HAPPY
NEW YEAR FROM ALL OF US AT

D.O.E.

Shaare Zedek Hospital director
to address Detroit affiliates

Dr. Michael S. Rosenbluth, di-
rector general of the Shaare
Zedek Medical Center in
, Jerusalem, will address the De-
troit Friends of Shaare Zedek
Hospital at their annual dinner 6
p.m. Oct. 23 at Cong. Shaarey
Zedek.
Shaare Zedek Hospital is a hos-
ital with a long history, having
► ened its doors in 1902. It began
in 1873 when a group of Jews in
rankfurt, Germany, organized
themselves into a committee for
the purpose of establishing the
first Jewish hospital in the Land
of Israel.
The tradition those Frankfurt
J:,, ws began found expression in
the way their hospital sought to
function. They, and those who fol-
lowed, saw Shaare Zedek as a
hospital that treated its patients
persons, not merely as medical
cases; they saw Shaare Zedek as a
;place that would function as a
Jewish hospital with all that the
word "Jewish" means: a hospital
as much guided by Torah as by
medical science.
Dr. Rosenbluth is only the
fourth director general in the his-
, tory of Shaare Zedek Hospital.
He, like his predecessors, brings
to his position a high level of med-
ical training and a deep devotion
to the Torah.
Shaare Zedek earned its
humanitarian reputation very
early on, with the arrival of Dr.
Moshe Wallach from Cologne,
Germany, in 1892 on behalf of the
Shaare Zedek Committee. He
began an outpatient clinic and
pharmacy for the mostly
, poverty-stricken Jews of
Jerusalem. Ten years later, after
the dream of a Shaare Zedek Hos-
, vital became a reality, Dr. Wal-
lach served as director general.
In 1948, Dr. Falk Schlesinger
' assumed the directorship of the
hospital and brought a vision of a
new Shaare Zedek. The hospital
by that time had long outgrown
its original stately but inadequate
main building designed originally
to accomodate only 20 beds. A
maze of annexes, additions and
temporary structures could not
serve the needs of a growing popu-
lation of Jerusalemites.
The man who succeeded Dr.
Schlesinger 20 years later ; Dr.
David M. Maeir, actually carried

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Zedek Medical Center, one of the
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Born in England at the end of
World War II of parents who fled
Nazi Germany in 1938, Dr.
Rosenbluth grew up in Canada.
He was educated at the Etz
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Heights Collegiate School in To-
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Zedek. Eight years later, he was
appointed senior physician. In the
following year, he was named di-
rector of the diagnostic center of
Kupat Cholim for the Jerusalem
area. From 1981 until his ap-
pointment at Shaare Zedek, he
served as director of the depart-
ment of community medicine of
Kupat Cholim.

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