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August 26, 1994 - Image 39

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1994-08-26

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"Kinder, listen to your grandpa. Eventually, the fatty corned
beef and the schmalz herring will turn against you."

Of the many things we teach our children
each day, lessons about good health are among the
most important.
And the thinking these days is that you can't
begin too early to guide the little ones into healthful
habits which can help them have long, active lives.
At Sinai, we know quite a bit about teaching.
Since 1953, young doctors have come to us for
advanced training in numerous medical specialties.
Today, Sinai's graduate medical education programs
continue to attract some of the best and brightest
medical students from around the world.

Our commitment to exemplary patient care,
education and research have given your Jewish
hospital an international reputation for excellence.
Excellence in a hamish setting - a setting which sees
you as a person as well as a patient. 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
SinaiSource, our free physician referral service.
The number is 1-800-248-3627. Zeit gezunt.

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Exceptional Doctors. Exceptional Hospital.

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