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September 07, 2002 - Image 38

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2002-09-07

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PEDIATRICIANS

Tied with Orchard Lake Pediatrics

Medical Center
Pediatrics

Bingham Farms, West Bloomfield

"I've seen tri - cinc rry two
children ere since they
were porn. The practice is
very nice to deal with;
they've always been very
accor— modatinc, I -ave a of
of confidence in the doctors
and t- e stall"

Shari) Roby, West Bloomfield

Medical Center
Pediatrics has
nine physicians;
Martin Levinson,
Eugenia McKim,
Patricia Smith,
Roger
Silverstein, Janet
Snider, Susan
Sauber, Vicki
Solway, Isabel
Holland-Davis
and Evandro Silveira. One nurse practioner,
Phyllis Meer joins them.

Did you Know

that the
Telegraph Road office of Medical Center
Pediatrics is open on Saturday and Sunday
mornings to care for sick children?
R.G.

Orchard Pediatrics

West Bloomfield

ffW

en was a new TOT
a]:reciated that I was
ta ping to a doctor and a
Tother, and that Tade
rose visits More
reassunng,"

— Illana Greenberc, Franklin

Orchard Pediatrics was started in 1988 by Dr.
Sarah E. Clune and Dr. Amy D. Dunn. The

3 8 •

other members of the practice are Dr. Beth L.
Nadis, Dr. Laurie K. Fisher, Dr. Rhonda M. Elton
and, as of Aug. 1, the first male, Dr. Seth A.
Faber. Orchard Pediatrics cares for children
from infancy through age 18.

absolutely gorgeous. When
l'T there, I feel he T in
another world,"

Loretta Ziegelman, West Bloomfield

Dic you now

that, with the
exception of Dr. Seth Faber, all the doctors in
the practice are mothers with school-age chil-
dren?

Dt er choice:

Dr. Craig Singer

K.V.

DAY SPA

Tamara tied with Truth

Tamara
Institut de Beaute

Truth salon, opened last year by sisters
Suzanne Briggs and Sandra Finkelstein, is a
day spa based on spiritual as well as physical
well-being and beauty. Traditional spa
services are offered along with contemporary
holistic treatments. The spa is lavishly
appointed with tapestries, an indoor waterfall,
lush foliage and genuine artifacts, such as the
hand-carved entrance doors imported from
Bali.

Did you Know

Farmington Hills

"I had a spin probleT that
no one else could solve.
Jane, one of t - e faciallsts,
treated Te and Lye been
going relpously ever since,
When people tell — e I oot<
13 years youncer, I just tell
then it's because I co to
TaTara's,"

Barbara Stollman, West Bloomfield

Founded, owned and operated by Tamara
Friedman, Tamara Institut de Beaute is a full-
service day spa that offers a multitude of
services. A variety of stress-relieving spa
packages are available for men, women,
couples, and bridal parties.

that Truth serves
its bagels and coffee on an authentic Buddhist
Temple altar table brought from the Orient?

Ot - er C - oices:

Trillium Ultimate
Body Therapy, L'Aryola Salon, Renaissance
Spa, Venus Day Spa, Kitty Wagner Facial Salon
& Spa, Mira Linder Spa

R.G.

PUBLIC BATHROOM

Somerset

Troy

"The restrooTs are great,
and wit- Ty two sTall
children, I'll a frequent
visitor,"

Stacy Clem Bloomfielc Hills

Did you now

that Tamara was
the first spa owner to introduce hydrotherapy,
permanent make-up and hot stone massages
to the metro Detroit area?

R.G.

Truth Rejuvenating
Center Spa and Salon

West Bloomfield

"I use their services a lot.
The staff is very personable;
t- ey give vvondem facials
and Tassages. The decor is

SOURCEBOOK 2002-2003 • JN

With more than 180 stores, five full-service
restaurants, a sizeable food court and a
moving skywalk over 700 feet long, Somerset
Mall is a shopper's paradise. Visitors will be
delighted to find not only gorgeous marble

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