Monthly Archives: July 2009

LifeBridge Health Lives United

The LifeBridge Health executive team kicked off Sinai Hospital's "Race to Live United" yesterday in the Greenspring Cafe.The contest for pinning the tail on the United Way horse came down to Vice President Lorrie Liang, and Julie Cox, Vice President of Development. Cox emerged the winner. Pictured here are participants Lionel Weeks, Vice President of…
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Senators Tour South Tower

State Senate Minority Whip Nancy Jacobs, who represents Cecil and Harford counties, and state Senate Deputy Majority Whip Catherine Pugh, who represents Baltimore, joined LifeBridge Health Vice President for Government Relations and Advocacy Martha Nathanson to see Sinai Hospital's new environmental features as part of its south tower expansion. The three are pictured at left.…
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Learn the Symptoms of Brain Injury

by Kevin E. Crutchfield, M.D, Director, Comprehensive Sports Concussion Program, The Sandra and Malcolm Berman Brain & Spine InstituteWhen your loved one is involved in athletics, it's important to recognize the symptoms of a concussion.A concussion can cause a variety of physical, cognitive, and emotional symptoms that usually go away entirely within three weeks but…
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Sinai Hospital Employees Donate Supplies

As part of Sinai Hospital's year-long 50th anniversary celebration, employees donated enough food and school supplies to fill a LifeBridge Health shuttle last week. The food was given to Hackerman-Patz House, and the supplies will be sent to Cross County and Pimlico schools."With all of the things going on with the economy, it was great…
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Sports-Related Concussions Pose Serious Risk

by Kevin E. Crutchfield, M.D., Director, Comprehensive Sports Concussion Program,Sandra and Malcolm Berman Brain & Spine InstituteWith the school sports season gearing up, remember that sports-related concussions are a risk for athletes.Concussion is the most common type of traumatic brain injury, and repeated concussions can cause cumulative brain damage or severe complications, or second-impact syndrome.…
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