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January 06, 1989 - Image 21

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-01-06

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Sinai Hospital
'Not For Sale'

KIMBERLY LIFTON

Staff Writer

A ParlUst of Our Incredible Sale Values

S

inai Hospital Adminis-
trator Robert Stein-
berg this week
dismissed speculation that
Henry Ford Hospital will pur-
chase the financially troubl-
ed health-care institution,
saying "Sinai is not for sale."
Officials for Henry Ford and
Sinai confirmed meetings bet-
ween the two institutions, but
declined to give details.
Steinberg would only say the
hospitals are discussing possi-
ble joint projects that would
be "mutually beneficial."
. Sinai executives also met
with Detroit Medical Center
representatives. Steinberg
said no agenda for associa-
tions with either organization
has been set, but added that
more meetings will take place
this month.
"We will not talk about sell-
ing or buying," Steinberg
said. "We want to coordinate -
our resources to launch
mutually beneficial joint pro-
jects."
During a recent meeting of
the board of trustees,
Steinberg said he would not
make decisions about the
hospital's future without first
consulting with the board.
Steinberg repeatedly has
voiced concerns over Sinai's
role within the Jewish corn-
munityand has said he is
committed to maintaining
the hospital as an indepen-
dent Jewish-sponsored
institution.
Steinberg, a longtime
hospital trustee before he was
named acting chief executive
officer in October, was an in-
dependent health care consul-
tant who served on boards of
many Jewish organizations.
He replaces Irving Shapiro,
who came to Sinai in 1970 as
an associate administrator
and was named adminis-
trator 10 years ago.

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