Monthly Archives: July 2016

Protect Your Eyes From the Sun

Did you know that, just like our skin, our eyes can just as easily be damaged from the sun? So next time you step outside, you may want to grab your sunglasses. Overexposure to ultraviolet (UV) rays, UV-A and UV-B, can damage the surface of your eyes, especially if you stare directly into the sun.…
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Cardiovascular Institute Opens Hybrid Suite at Sinai Hospital

The LifeBridge Health Cardiovascular Institute now has a new dedicated hybrid suite located in the cardiac catheterization lab at Sinai Hospital. Developed for patients with cardiovascular conditions, the hybrid room leverages multi-disciplinary resources and can accommodate many procedures. The facility is called a “hybrid room” because it allows a team to quickly shift from an…
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LifeBridge Health Participates in Cancer Moonshot Summit

Michael Tangrea, Ph.D., director of clinical research at the Alvin & Lois Lapidus Cancer Institute at LifeBridge Health and scientific director of the Sinai Hospital BioIncubator, was chosen as a panelist at the Cancer Moonshot Summit’s Baltimore event on June 29. More than 6,000 people in more than 270 locations around the country took part…
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A Talk With Rabbi Ackerson

Marisa Rubin, an intern in the strategic marketing and communications department, sat down with Rabbi Mitchell Ackerson to talk about religious life at LifeBridge Health. Being ill can be hard. Sometimes you may feel alone or even lost. Today, I had the chance to sit down at Sinai Hospital with Rabbi Mitchell Ackerson, director of…
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CEO Neil Meltzer Shares Message to Employees Regarding Recent Events

As we close this week, LifeBridge Health CEO Neil Meltzer shared the following message with our LifeBridge Health teams regarding recent events. Dear LifeBridge Health employees, This is an emotional time for our nation. Many of you have shared with us how ongoing events weigh heavily on your hearts and minds, and we share this…
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