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August 11, 1995 - Image 55

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1995-08-11

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"Darling, there are three rules about choosing a hospital.
One, find out if they have a first-rate medical staff.
Two, find out if they have national, if not international
research programs. And, three , find out if they provide a
complimentary copy of the Jewish News."

You might also look for the mezuzahs, a
sukkah, and the kosher kitchen, and listen for the

music of the shofar singing the hours of the High
Holy Days.
These are some of the things you'll find at
Sinai, your Jewish hospital, a place mindful of your
religion and your culture, as well as your health.
Sinai, as you might well know, has an inter-
national reputation for excellence in patient care,
teaching programs, and research projects. We like to
be known on a very personal level for the "Sinai
way", which means we're hamish as well as scientific.

While no hospital is likely to be your first
choice of a place to go, we think the "Sinai way"
can help you express your Jewishness at this
important, and possible uncomfortable time. Being
supportive of your Jewishness is one of the things
we mean in the phrase, "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.

Exceptional Doctors. Exceptional Hospital.

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