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Jewish patients hospitalized during the Sabbath can participate in
Since 1953, Sinai has reached beyond it's walls to serve the
Sabbath services and on Passover, the Passover Seder.
And, since 1953, the Jewish community has given back to Sinai. The
Sinai conducts screenings for Tay Sachs disease. Sinai physicians,
of students and artists in the Akiva, Hillel and JARC Art Shows
nurses and staff have provided free health screenings and seminars
the days for Sinai patients and staff. Sinai is a proud
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to area seniors at the Jewish Community Center. Sinai
it 'osponsor of the Jewish Ensemble Theatre, patrons of which raised
physicians also work with Jewish Family Services to provide . 04
over $9000 for Sinai's Cancer Counseling Programs. And
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pre-employment physicals for Russian immigrants.
'''z Yeshiva Beth Yehuda students build Sinai's sukkah which is
Sinai has provided support to the JCC Walk for Israel, .<
f, open for our patients and staff throughout the holidays.
the Jewish Home for the Aged and the Fresh Air Society, ;
Sinai and our community have been intertwined for 40
and is a sponsor of Kids Fair.
The result has been a stronger community and a
Sinai is the only hospital in Michigan - and one of only a few
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across the country - to still maintain a separate kosher kitchen.
Sinai Hospital • 6767 W. Outer Drive • Detroit, Michigan 48235