Mount Sinai Hospital (Cleveland)
Mount Sinai Hospital in Cleveland opened in 1903 in East 32nd Street, originally as a Jewish hospital. It quickly became known as a hospital for the city's poorer inhabitants, whether Jewish or not. It is known for pioneering the separation of conjoined twins. Sidney Lewine was a director of the hospital in the 1960s and '70s.
The hospital moved to a larger facility on East 105th Street in 1916. The hospital closed in February 2000.
- Mount Sinai Hospital, Cleveland Historical Retrieved on 06 April 2014.
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