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Einstein’s Rooftop Garden Expands with Help from Local High School Students

By on 08/23/2018
It was a team effort involving student volunteers from Methacton High School.
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Braemer Heart Center Volunteer Honored For Service

By on 08/06/2018
Arnetta Williams received the Barbara Levy Memorial Award, given to volunteers in appreciation for their extraordinary efforts.
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Stroke Survivor and Radio Personality Patty Jackson Interviewed on PHL17

By on 05/02/2018
Thomas Watanabe, MD, clinical director at the Drucker Brain Injury Center at MossRehab, also appeared in observance of Stroke Awareness Month.
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Cancer Doctor’s Heart Transplant Changed His Life—and Practice

By on 04/23/2018
Dr. William Biermann’s experience, he says, makes him more "relatable" to his patients as they face devastating illness.
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Interpreter’s Quick Action Leads to Prompt Stroke Diagnosis

By on 04/19/2018
Jihee Kim, a medical interpreter working for Einstein Healthcare Network for more than 10 years, recognized the symptoms of a stroke in a Korean patient.
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Volunteer Cuddlers Bring a Special Touch to the NICU

By on 04/16/2018
Some special cases can be challenging—like infants withdrawing from opiates. It's about a lot more than rocking a baby.
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Einstein Employees Give the Gift of Warmth During the Holidays

By on 12/13/2017
Adopt-a-Patient offers a way for employees who aren’t involved in day-to-day clinical care to make a big difference in the lives of patients.
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Praise for Einstein Dental Medicine’s Former Chairman

By on 11/27/2017
If you want to know all about Einstein Healthcare Network’s Department of Dental Medicine, look no further than Alan J. Borislow, DDS.
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The Gift of Life: Faith’s Story

By on 11/21/2017
It was 25 years ago that Faith Carlin received the priceless gift of a young man's kidney and pancreas ... and a new life.
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Expert in Female Pelvic Medicine Joins Einstein Healthcare Network

By on 11/16/2017
Many women who suffer from pelvic floor disorders think it’s something they have to learn to tolerate. Dr. Joshua Cohn’s first job is to dispel that myth.