Hadassah

Hadassah Brooklyn

Hadassah Brooklyn began in 1921. At its strongest period in time, we boasted more than 20,000 members. We provide programs of interest all over the borough of Brooklyn, at all times of the day and evening, every day of the week, every month of the year. We are comprised of all denominations of Jewish observance. Region events observe the laws of kashrut and respect Shabbat.

1625 Ocean Avenue
Brooklyn, New York 11230
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P : (718) 382-6454

E : region.brooklyn@hadassah.org

Mailing Address

Hadassah Brooklyn

1625 Ocean Avenue

Brooklyn, New York 11230

Announcements

Hadassah Brooklyn 2018 Journal
Brooklyn 2018 Journal

This year’s journal will be given out at our Hadassah Brooklyn Hanukkah Party on Monday, December 10th.  The Journal will be dedicated to the Hadassah Brooklyn Vice Presidents:
     Enid Benezra
, Area VP
     Shelli Feldman, Education VP
     Ethel Gold, Fundraising VP
     Marlene Lempert, Programming VP
     Caryn Tanditash, Membership VP
     Janet R. Klein-Young, PRAZE VP

We hope that you renew your commitment to Hadassah and respond generously to our annual journal appeal. Please complete and return the ad blank no later than September 7th. Thank you in Advance for your consideration. 

For the full details and to print a copy of the ad blank - CLICK HERE!

360 Degrees of Healing
360 Degrees of Healing (hadassah home tile)

Hadassah Medical Organization, founded by Hadassah, the Women’s Zionist Organization of America, Inc. has defined health care in Israel. It’s about compassion. It’s about healing. It’s about life.


But that’s not all.
It’s also about a 360-degree vision in a changing world.


Hadassah is the founder of Israel’s modern health-care system and has been tireless in maintaining the highest standards for more than 100 years. Since 1960, the population of Jerusalem has tripled, and the demands on the Hadassah Medical Organization (HMO) and Hadassah Hospital at the Ein Kerem campus have grown exponentially. Hadassah must respond—and we must look forward. So HMO begins, first by completely reimagining the iconic Round Building, the hospital’s original inpatient center at Ein Kerem. With this renovation and expansion, the new Round Building will be an important healing center for Israel. It will significantly advance the services in its outpatient surgery, maternity, oncology, and dermatology departments.

The Transformation of an Iconic Hadassah Building, as featured in Hadassah Magazine.

http://www.hadassah.org/360degrees/

Celebration 2018: From Passion To Action
Celebration 2018 Logo

Be a Part of Our Year-Long Celebration
2018 is a banner year at Hadassah as we mark four major milestones. Take advantage of one — or all — of these powerful opportunities to turn your passion into action with Hadassah — in the United States, Israel and online.

Join us as we mark the State of Israel's 70th anniversary, and recognize the powerful role Hadassah women played in making the dream of Israel a reality. At the same time, help us celebrate the impact Hadassah has had on Israel and throughout the world during the first hundred years of the Hadassah Medical Organization and the Hadassah School of Nursing, as we look at the ways Hadassah innovation today is shaping the future.

For More information Click Here!

From our President

Barbara Katz

Dear Hadassah Sisters, Associates and Friends,

360 Degrees of Healing

The following is a true story.  I know.  I was there last May at Hadassah Hospital Ein Kerem.

11 Hadassah Region Presidents and one HMO psychiatrist walk into an elevator in the 1960s era Round Building.  15 seconds later they hear a loud bang and the elevator stops between floors.  The floor indicator over the door oscillates wildly.  It finally stops showing floor 18.  But there are only 8 floors in the round building.  Do they panic? No. But the doctor is clearly agitated.  He keeps saying “I have to get out of here; I have appointments.”

After 15 minutes in the stalled elevator they are rescued.  When the doors open they see Professor Yoram Weiss, the Medical Director of Hadassah Ein Kerem, standing there with a sheepish grin on his face.  “I promise” he says, “I didn’t do it on purpose.”

But seriously folks, that’s how I know first hand how badly the Round Building needs to be renovated.

The renovation of the Round Building is central to the continuation of providing state of the art medical care to the people of Jerusalem and to the Jerusalem Gateway Project, which is transforming the city into an entrepreneurial business center. Mayor Nir Barkat has stated that “this transformation has only just begun and sees the Hadassah Medical Organization as playing a vital role in taking Jerusalem to the next level – attracting new talent and revolutionizing modern health care”.

Hadassah has committed to try to raise $91,000,000 for the project which, along with a $27,000,000 contribution from the Israeli government, will fund:

·         the creation of 200 new beds

·         the renovation of 17 operating rooms

·         the construction of larger patient rooms to enhance patient privacy and reduce infection risk

·         the strengthening of building infrastructure to protect the hospital from earthquakes and conventional, biological or chemical attacks

·         the creation of a state-of-the-art Simulation Lab with numerous simulation teaching spaces to provide medical, nursing and IDF students with the opportunity for intensive hands-on clinical training

I hope that you will join me in contributing to the 360 Degrees of Healing Campaign and accept the opportunity to continue Hadassah’s gift to the people of Israel.

There are still volunteer opportunities, both large and small, on the Brooklyn Executive Board.  Please email me at bkatz@hadassh.org if you are interested in joining the Brooklyn Women Who Do.

I look forward to seeing you at our region and chapter events!

B'Shalom,
Barbara Katz
Hadassah Brooklyn President

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Events

The Brothers Ashkenazi

Brooklyn WWL "The Brothers Ashkenazi"

September 17, 2018

Hadassah Brooklyn Office

The Brothers Ashkenazi by I. J Singer Led by Naomi Aronowitz Monday, September 17, 2018 1-3pm

Making Strides in Bklyn 2018

Making Strides Brooklyn

October 14, 2018

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 14, 2018 Registration: 8:00 am Walk: 10:00 am CONEY ISLAND BOARDWALK MCU PARK 1904 Surf Ave Brooklyn, NY OUR GROUP: BROOKLYN HADASSAH http://main.acsevents.org/site/TR?fr_id=89604&pg=entry

Leadership

  • REGION PRESIDENT

    Barbara Katz

  • Records Administrator

    Esther Lefkowitz

  • Corresponding Secretary

    Florence Manglani

  • Treasurer

    Judith Silversmith

  • Treasurer

    Janet Klein Young

  • Web Administrator

    Ruth Shapiro

  • Bulletin Editor-In-Chief

    Irene Stundel

  • Bulletin Associate Editor

    Margaret McDonough

  • Bulletin Associate Editor

    Carol Dachs

  • Bulletin Associate Editor

    Marilyn Cranney

  • Membership Co-Vice President

    Caryn Tanditash

  • Jewish Studies Chair

    Laura Goldberg

  • Programming Vice President

    Marlene Lempert

  • Hospitality Chair

    Nancy Goldstein

  • Leadership/ Vice President

    Marcia Weller

  • Associate Co-Chair

    Shelli Feldman

  • Associate Co-Chair

    Ronald Feldman

  • Fundraising Vice President

    Ethel Gold

  • National & Region JNF Chair

    Marcia Weller

  • National & Region JNF Team

    Doris Geller

  • National & Region JNF Team

    Sharon Richman

  • Chai Mitzvah Club Chair

    Gail Fier

  • Yahrzeit Chair

    Sheila Katz

  • Chai Society Chair

    Myra Mionis

  • At Large

    Carol Dachs

  • Fundraising Committee

    Merrie Melman

  • Fundraising Committee

    Eleene Schwartz

  • Fundraising Committee

    Myra Schwartz

  • American Affairs Chair

    Adele Cohen

  • National & Region Curriculum Watch

    Janet Klein Young

  • Hadasah International Chair

    Florence Manglani

  • Area Vice President

    Enid Benezra

  • At Large

    Evelyn Gollomp

  • Area Vice President - Hadassah Annuity Chair

    Harriet Sayer

  • IT Chair (Information Technology)

    Janet Klein Young

  • Women's Health Chair

    Elaine Sarfati

  • At Large

    Sharon Brooks

  • At Large

    Cecelia Kramer

  • At Large

    Grace Salant

  • At Large

    Hannah Levine

  • At Large

    Judith Shaprio

  • At Large

    Hazel Tishcoff

  • Immediate Past President

    Janet Klein Young

  • Past President

    Gail Hammerman

  • Past President

    Roni Schwartz

  • Past President

    Judith Silversmith

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