Monthly Archives: June 2011

Children’s Hospital Banners at Sinai Hospital

[caption id="attachment_1901" align="alignright" width="106" caption="Phyllis Randall"][/caption] Construction of the new and improved Herman & Walter Samuelson Children’s Hospital at Sinai Hospital is coming along at rapid speed, but as you know, the presence of construction also brings along noise, debris and dust. The building of a new structure isn’t always the prettiest thing to see,…
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Student Internship at Sinai Hospital Hits Close to Home

When I started my internship at Sinai Hospital this summer, I didn’t realize how close to home the hospital’s services would be to me. Last week, my best friend Colleen Simmons had a tendon transfer and lengthening surgery on her right arm at the Rubin Institute for Advanced Orthopedics at Sinai. She was treated for…
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Is It Time to Go Home Yet? How to Avoid Being Tired at Work

Written by Pia Kendrick, Heath Care Associate, Hematology/Oncology Alvin & Lois Lapidus Cancer Institute, Sinai Hospital How many times were you tempted to call out of work just to catch a few extra moments of sleep? It seems as if no matter how hard we try, we can never get enough sleep, and we pay…
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Sinai Hospital Provides “Art with a Heart”

If you walk down the halls of Sinai Hospital’s Hoffberger Building on the ground floor and continue to the end of the hall at the Rymland Conference Room, you will see something amazing: a gallery of incredible artwork created by local elementary and high school students. In an effort to add warmth to the environment,…
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Levindale’s 2011 Clinicians of the Year

She is “Super Nurse.” He never says, “I can’t help you.” She’s there for me whenever I need her. These are just some of the things said about Levindale Hebrew Geriatric Center and Hospital’s 2011 Clinicians of the Year. During a very emotional ceremony filled with tears of happiness and more than a few hugs,…
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