Sinai Hospital of Baltimore was founded in 1866 as a Jewish-centered, non-profit institution with a mission of providing exceptional medical care and education for every member of the greater Baltimore community. Founded in direct response to inequity and prejudice, Sinai has endured and thrived with a 155-year mission of caring for the community while emerging as a sophisticated academic medical and research center – attracting patients and clinicians from far beyond Baltimore. Yet, even with broad expertise, our mission, rooted in our faith-based value system, remains humbly focused on the people we serve.

This week marks the beginning of the Jewish High Holy Days. The Jewish High Holy Days of Rosh HaShanah through Sukkot offer a combination of intense reflection and introspection, as well as a celebration of the year past and the year to come. We take this time to acknowledge and examine a year that has seen tremendous volatility. Through it all, our staff have remained steadfast in their care for our patients , and for this, we thank the incredible physicians, nurses, and colleagues who have so selflessly given their all to care for their fellow humans. Similarly, we have benefited in innumerable ways from the support of our community, our partners in care, and are immensely grateful.

Regardless of your faith, we want to take this opportunity to wish EVERYONE a blessed new year. May this year bring you health, peace and the wholeness of wellbeing.

Daniel Blum
President, Sinai Hospital and Grace Medical Center
Senior Vice President, LifeBridge Health

Jonathan Davidov
Chair, Sinai Hospital Board of Directors