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September 09, 1994 - Image 34

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1994-09-09

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Lucille Arking has been named
vice-president of clinical services
at Great Lakes Rehabilitation
Hospital. Ms. Arking comes to
the position with 35 years of
nursing experience, including
academic, clinical and adminis-
trative assignments at institu-
tions on both coasts as well as in
the Midwest. Most recently, she
was the senior clinical epidemi-
ologist at Henry Ford Health
Care Systems where she de-
signed programs to monitor
health care quality. She has com-
pleted course work for her Ph.D.

Carol Roberts

26 for their contributions to the
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Dr. Sklar, a native Detroiter,
has practiced medicine since
1956. He is senior attending
physician at Sinai Hospital and
recently relinquished his posi-
tion as chief of gastroenterology
at Sinai after 21 years in that po-
sition. He is a member of sever-
al medical societies and has

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Dr. Manuel Sklar and Carol
Roberts, the founding physician
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published many articles on the
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terology.
Ms. Roberts and Arlene Salter,
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Michigan chapter of the Crohn's
and Colitis Foundation of Amer-
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