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October 14, 2010 - Image 7

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2010-10-14

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Max Ernst never went
to medical school,
but he just
might save your life.

He simply wanted to honor his
late wife, Ellen. To establish
a legacy that would keep her
memory alive.

Max Ernst found that legacy at
Beaumont. The hospital has an
innovative program designed to
prevent sudden cardiac deaths
in adults and young athletes.

With his donation, Beaumont
will more than double the
number of people who can be
screened each year at our new
Ernst Cardiovascular Center.

"What excites me most is
helping people before they
have a heart attack," said Mr.
Ernst. "And in years to come,
when we look back on all the
lives that have been saved in
this center, the results will be
even more exciting."

All of us at Beaumont thank
the Ernst family for their
generous gift - and for the
lives their gift will save.

Beaumont Hospitals

Max and Debra Ernst and Family
provided the impetus to establish
the Ernst Cardiovascular Center at
Beaumont. They believe that even if
only one life can be saved, it will all
be worth it.

October 14 2010

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