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July 29, 1994 - Image 49

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1994-07-29

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"I'm here about your request for knishes,
chulent, and taiglach."

Food can be comforting. And your wish for a
knish might be a way of trying to reassure yourself
when you're in the hospital.
Of course, if you're at Sinai, you've already
given yourself the reassurance that comes from our
international reputation for excellence in medical
care, teaching programs, and research projects. You
know about the Sinai way, which is hamish as well as
scientific. And even though your doctor might not
want us to bring you a bucket of gepregelteh hun mit
tsibeles, we can serve you something just as tempting

as that fried chicken with onions. It will be an
excellent doctor-approved kosher meal right out of
our own kosher kitchen; real, home-style food, not
like the microwave kosher-style box lunch you'd likely
get at a hospital without mezuzahs at the doors. We
think it's all part of helping you feel better. That's
why we say, 'When you want to talk about great
medical care, Sinai speaks your language."
If you'd like to see a Sinai doctor, call Sinai
Source, our free physician referral service. The
number is 1-800-248-3627. Zeit gezunt.

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