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September 08, 1995 - Image 53

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1995-09-08

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Dr. Alberto Cohen, a spe-
cialist in cardiology and internal
medicine, has joined the ambu-
latory services division of Sinai
Hospital. Dr. Cohen is a fellow
and member of numerous pro-



1. Steven & Ruthie Moss,
Farmington Hills
2. Robert & Dr. Jill Friedman
West Bloomfield
3. Larry & Rhonda Katz
Farmington Hills
4. Mark & Lori Rosenfeld
Farmington Hills

sociate chairman.

Dr. Gary Burnstein has as-
sumed the duties of acting direc-
tor of medical education at
Oakland General Hospital. In his
new role, Dr. Burnstein will over-
see the educational programs for
all externs, interns and residents.
Specializing in cardiology, he has
been a member of the medical
staff at OGH for 20 years.

Jonathan Shapiro has been
appointed assistant vice president
of the ambulatory services divi-
sion of Sinai Hospital. Prior to
joining Sinai, Mr. Shapiro served


Dr. Alberto Cohen


fessional organizations, includ-
ing the Michigan Chapter of the
American College of Cardiology,
the American and Michigan
Heart Association, the American
College of Physicians, the Michi-
gan Society of Internal Medicine,
, the American College of Cardiol-
/— ogy, the American College of
Chief Physicians, the American
College of International Physi-
cians and the International Col-
lege of Angiology. He received his
medical degree from Brazil Uni-
versity in Rio de Janeiro.


Dr. Gilbert Herman was re-
Gently appointed chairman of the
department of laboratory medi-
cine at Sinai Hospital. He had
been serving as acting chairman
since the beginning of the year.
Dr. Herman received his medical
degree from Wayne State Uni-
versity School of Medicine in
1981. He began his medical ca-
reer at Sinai, where he served his
internship and residency in the
department of laboratory medi-
cine. In 1987, he was appointed
associate chairman.
Within the last three years, Dr.
Herman has presented four na-
tional teleconferences from Sinai
Hospital. He also is the medical
director of Histopathology Asso-
ciates Inc. Dr. David Grossman
was appointed to serve as his as-

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Jonathan Shapiro

as the senior director of opera-
tions for the Detroit Medical Cen-
ter Health Care Centers. His
professional affiliations include
the American College of Health-
care Executives, the Society of
Ambulatory Care Professionals
and the Medical Group Manage-
ment Association. Mr. Shapiro re-
ceived a master of health
administration degree from Duke
University and a bachelor's de-
gree from Brown University.

Dr. Gabriel Levi, formerly of
Oak Park, now of New York City,
has been appointed to the posi-
tion of attending staff pathologist
at Maimonides Hospital in Brook-
lyn, N.Y. Dr. Levi completed a fel-
lowship in surgical pathology at
Sloan Kettering Memorial Hos-
pital in Manhattan. Prior to that,
he concluded a residency program
at Mt. Sinai Hospital of New

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