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January 13, 1989 - Image 30

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Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-01-13

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BEHIND THE HEADLINES

BEL-CREST PHOTO

Going Out of
Business
Sale!

l'""'

Sinai's Quints

Continued from preceding page

Everything Must Go, and will
all be SOLD AT DEALER'S COST
OR BELOW!

• CAMERAS • PHOTO SUPPLIES • FRAMES
• PHOTO ALBUMS • CARDS & GIFT WRAP
Tripods, Film, Gadget Bags, Batteries, Mats,
Binoculars, Darkroom Supplies, and More!

HURRY . . . QUANTITIES ARE LIMITED, ALL SALES ARE FINAL
AND BECAUSE OF THE VERY WW PRICES, CASH OR CHECK
ONLY, NO CREDIT CARDS!

BEL-CREST PHOTO ce tiz

f?
o

6698 ORCHARD LAKE ROAD
IN THE WEST BLOOMFIELD PLAZA

851-5840

A
SALE!!
OF THE FINEST SUITS MADE

Harve Bernard and Groshire

$26950

AT ONLY
Reg. $375:$475

Harry Thomas

24750 Telegraph at 10 Mile Rd.

Sun. 11-2

ave chaeryi

Eat less saturate

fats.

WERE FIGHTING FOR
YOUR UFE

American Heart GI
Association

30

FRIDAY, JANUARY 13, 1989

room for the Wilsons to see.
They are then whisked up-
stairs to the Neonatal Inten-
sive Care Unit for what could
be at least a two-month stay.
Baby "E," the smallest and
last to be delivered, requires
additional attention, in-
cluding the administration of
intravenous fluids. Dr. Desai
personally supervises. About
10 minutes later, she, too, is
stabilized, wheeled beneath
her parents' gaze and sent
upstairs.
From the first incision to

the last stitches resealing
Mary Jo Wilson's uterus and
abdomen, 34 minutes elaps-
ed; about the time it takes to
deliver one baby by Caesar-
ean section. And within 30
minutes of birth, the Wilson
quintuplets are out of the
annex.

T

he rooms are quiet.
The doctors are

cleaned, dressed and
home for dinner. The ice
storm bypasses Detroit.
Nature cooperates, again.



Sinai High

The Finest Fitting Staff in the Country
Fine Clothes for over Fifty Years

Daily 10-6

Dr. Desai watches a team "plug in."

As far as Robert Steinberg
is concerned, Mary Jo
Wilson's quintuplets couldn't
have arrived at a better time.
"Everyone in this institu-
tion is flying high, feeling
that this is our hospital
where they were born," said
Steinberg, the hospital's ac-
ting president. "Sinai has
taken too many kicks in the
pants in the past six months
and here we are in the midst
of delivering five babies .. .
it's a big morale boost."
A combination of corn-

petitive market for health
services, unfavorable
Medicaid reimbursement for-
mulas and excess capacity is
largely responsible for a
revenue shortfall and is
leading to new reductions in
staffing.
But from "Good Morning
America" to the "Today
Show," from prime-time net-
work newscasts to front-page
features in newspapers across
the country, Sinai Hospital of
Detroit received a massive
dose of favorable coverage.

—AMH

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