Dr. Joshua Schor, Medical Director of Daughters of Israel, led a post-screening conversation on "Being Mortal: Medicine and What Matters in the End," based on the bestseller by Atul Gawande, MD. The event, sponsored by Greater MetroWest CARES, took place on Monday evening, January 30, at the Joseph Kushner Hebrew Academy. The documentary and discussion that followed focused on what matters most to patients and families facing difficult treatment decisions, and how to have these conversations ahead of a medical crisis.
DOI is a multi-faceted, state-of-the-art, skilled nursing facility offering the most modern and comprehensive services including long-term care, sub-acute rehabilitation, memory care, hospice/palliative care and respite stays, according to the website. The team of skilled and dedicated professionals deliver the highest quality of care for our 300 residents, which includes varied levels of healthcare as well as a full array of social, recreational, and social programming.
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