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July 28, 1995 - Image 54

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1995-07-28

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SINAI HOSPITAL

Sinai Hospital Department of Surgery
is pleased to welcome

Selwyn Kay, M.D.

nal medicine residency program
at Henry Ford Hospital and will
be joining the Henry Ford med-
ical group as a senior staff inpa-
tient rounder in the department
of internal medicine.

joining
Eduardo Phillips, M.D., and William Kestenberg, M.D.
in the practice of General Surgery.

Beverly Price, a registered di-
etitian, has opened an office in
Southfield. Ms. Price is affiliat-
ed with Sinai Hospital's cardiac
fitness center and Oakland In-
ternists. Her private practice of-
fers nutrition, exercise and
wellness counseling.

Their office is located at
Hechtman Center
31500 Telegraph Road
Suite 200
Bingham Farms, MI 48025

Howard Newman

Appointments are available during normal business hours.
Please call (810) 642-5400 to schedule an appointment.

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At Springhouse, we provide Assisted Living Services
in a residential community — respecting the dignity
and independence of older adults. Our residents receive
the help they need with the activities of daily living,
allowing them to maintain as active a life style as possible.
If you, or someone you love, are looking for a warm,
caring environment where
a helping hand is always nearby, we can help.

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Howard Newman has been ap-
pointed executive director of de-
velopment for the Wayne State
University School of Medicine.
He is responsible for coordinat-
ing the school's capital campaign,
its annual fund and planned giv-
ing efforts.
In addition to his role at WSU,
Mr. Newman, who has a laWde-
gree from Cleveland-Marshall
College of Law, continues to
serve as the Detroit Medical Cen-
ter's vice president of develop-
ment, a position which he has
held since 1992. Mr. Newman's
dual appointment serves to
strengthen development efforts
between WSU and the DMC by
combining donor constituencies
for greater support. The DMC is
a seven-hospital health-care sys-
tem affiliated with the WSU
School of Medicine.

Dr. Michael Lutz

Dr. Michael Lutz has been ap-
pointed section chief of urology
at Sinai Hospital. He has a pri-
vate practice in Southfield and
has written several articles for
medical journals and presented
papers at medical conferences.
His professional affiliations in-
clude the American College of
Surgeons, the American Urolog-
ic Association, the American Fer-
tility Society, the Michigan
Urologic Society and others.

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ASSISTED LIVING

26111 Telegraph Road • Southfield • (810) 358-0088.
Where Caring Has A Special Meaning

Mindy Freedman, president of
Marketing Etcetera in West
Bloomfield, has been elected
1995 Michigan Cancer Founda-
tion marketing and ticket sales
committee chairperson. Ms.
Freedman's primary goal is to in-
crease attendance at this year's
events, which include the Michi-
gan Cancer Foundation Partners
Golf Classic on Tuesday, Sept. 5,
and the Black Tie Extravaganza
on Friday, Sept. 8.

Dr. Barry Meyer

Dr. Barry Meyer of Farming-
ton Hills has finished his inter-

Phillip Schaengold, president
and CEO of Sinai Hospital, has
been elected to a two-year term
on the board of trustees of tile

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