Monthly Archives: September 2014

LifeBridge Health Employees Get in the Game to Give Back

Sinai Hospital and Levindale employees savored food truck fair; posed with Poe, the Ravens’ mascot; and got in the groove for Get in the Game, the employee giving campaign, at a special kick-off event. This kick-off served as fundraiser for Get in the Game, which allows employees to support essential community services offered through LifeBridge…
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From the Desk of Barry Eisenberg: A Message for Rosh Hashanah

In Hebrew, Rosh Hashanah means “Head of the Year,” and it’s recognized as the start of the Jewish New Year. The most common greeting on Rosh Hashanah is “Shanah Tovah,” which translates to “have a good year.” This year, Rosh Hashanah runs from Wednesday, September 24 until Friday, September 26. Many of the practices that…
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Coming Back to Sinai Marks a Homecoming for One Employee

They say that home is where the heart is, so it was only natural for R.N. Shayla Evans to want to return to the LifeBridge Health community. Originally, Evans had to leave her job due to "a sudden family change." But after being away from the hospital for a year, Evans was overjoyed to be…
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Race for Our Kids Stories: Jackson Buck

Be inspired by the stories of the youngsters who've benefited from the care offered by the Herman & Walter Samuelson Children's Hospital. Then join us at the 10th annual Race for Our Kids on Sunday, September 21. Gotham City is a dark and scary place. POW! One man helps police to protect the innocent. WHAM!…
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Race for Our Kids Stories: Emily Kolenda

Be inspired by the stories of the youngsters who've benefited from the care offered by the Herman & Walter Samuelson Children's Hospital. Then join us at the 10th annual Race for Our Kids on Sunday, September 21. Once upon a time … in a land far away called Catonsville, lived a princess named Emily Kolenda.…
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