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September 29, 1995 - Image 69

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1995-09-29

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No Other Michigan
Hospital Can Say This

"May you be inscribed for a good year." Of course, making the traditional Rosh Hashanah greeting in
Hebrew isn't the only way we keep the traditions alive at Sinai Hospital. We prepare glat kosher food for
our patients and staff. We sound the shofar throughout the hospital and on Sukkot, we erect the sukkah for
visitors and staff.
We're also the only Michigan hospital that has Shabbos, Chanukah, holiday and yahrtzeit candles as
well as prayer books available. We have Mezuzzahs throughout the hospital and, not surprisingly, we have
one of the best reputations for quality health care in the state.
On behalf of Sinai Health Care Foundation, dedicated to the medical needs of the Jewish community
and to ensure that the Jewish tradition on which the hospital was founded continues, happy Rosh Hashanah.
So choose a hospital that will not only care for your body. Come to Sinai, where we also look out for
your soul.

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