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The Detroit Jewish News, 2009-07-02

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Health & Fitness

HERE'S TO

Family Fun

Kadima event aids
Children's Services.

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adima held a Family Fun Fair at
Summer Impressions Day Camp
in West Bloomfield on June
14, with all proceeds to benefit Kadima's
Children's Services.
Summer Impressions was the event
sponsor.
More than 50 families dined on kosher
hot dogs, desserts and "bug juice" while
enjoying all the camp's activities, which
included Famer John's Petting Zoo, Star
Trax, soccer, rock climbing and more. All
the children also took home an art project
and were able to get their faces painted.
The children, along with grandparents
and parents, had an enjoyable afternoon.
Southfield-based Kadima is a Jewish
mental health agency whose mission is to
provide psychological services, residential
options, supported employment and social
activities on a non-sectarian basis.

Carol Frankel of West Bloomfield with grandson Josh Glick, 3, and
daughter-in-IawJodi Glick of West Bloomfield.

Alan and Linda Taylor of
Birmingham with son Josh, 6

Beaumont

WEST BLOOMFIELD
AMBULATORY SURGERY
CENTER, LLC

Kadima board member Eli Saulson of Franklin
and Mike Weinrob of West Bloomfield

Our Center offers a safe, convenient
alternative to having your procedure
performed at a hospital

We are a state of the art
Ambulatory Surgery Center

Offering the following services:






Orthopaedics
E.N.T.
Ophthalmology
Colon & Rectal

• Colonoscopy
• Gastroscopy
• General Surgery

Our physicians
must meet stringent
credentialing and
privileging criteria to
be a member of the
Medical Staff.

Our professional staff
is highly trained to
provide you with the
highest quality care
during your stay
with us.

Our Physician Investors

WBASC is a Limited Liability Company owned by Beaumont Hospital - Royal Oak, South Oakland Anesthesia Associates. Tusat Demi. MD.

Robert A. Forte, MD, Paul Fortin. MD Joseph Guetter, MD. John Han, MD, Melissa McBrien, MD. Peggy Nov.ak, MD, Gregg Polidon, MD. Stephen

Priest, MD. Rajesh Rao, MD, Michael Salter. DPM. Paul Shapiro. MD, Daniel Sherbert, MD, Louis Sobol, MD, Julio Sosa, MD, Ves!av Stecevic, MD,
Harry Wawary. MD

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July 2 . 2009

Beaumont

West Bloomfield
Ambulatory Surgery
Center, LLC

(248) 406-2400
6900 Orchard Lake Road
Lower Level Suite 100
West Bloomfield, MI 48322

(Across from the Boardwalk)

Scott Leemaster of
Franklin received
an honorary fel-
lowship from
the Technion-
Israel Institute
of Technology
at the annual
International
Board of Governors
meeting in Haifa. He was honored
in recognition of his profound com-
mitment to the Technion and its
students. A graduate of the American
Technion Society 21st Century
Leadership Development Program,
Leemaster has risen through the
ranks of regional ATS leadership,
currently serving as president of the
Detroit Chapter.

DMC Children's
Hospital of
Michigan in Detroit
has named Matt
Friedman of West
Bloomfield to its
board of trustees.
Friedman, with
Friedman
Tanner Friedman
Strategic Communications, is the
new chairman of the DMC gover-
nance committee.

Dr. Eric Siegal,
formerly of
Farmington Hills
is head of the
Society of Hospital
Medicine's Public
Policy Committee
in Madison, Wis. He
Siegal
has been given the
society's Utility Infielder Award for
outstanding service. He is a critical
care fellow in Madison and previ-
ously served as regional medical
director for Cogent healthcare. He
is associated with the University of
Wisconsin School of Medicine and
Public Health.

Lucille Musser
Arking, MSN,
of Troy won the
Rochester Hills-
based Oakland
University School
of Nursing Florence
Nightingale
Arking
Award for Nursing
Administration
May 5 in recognition of her long his-
tory of maintaining high standards
of patient care in an efficient manner.
Lucille is now director of clinical
services at Select Specialty Hospital
in Pontiac.

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