At Daughters of Israel, the Slobodien Pavilion Dining Room recently underwent a complete renovation as a result of the Kram Challenge Grant. Daniel Kram, obm, was an active board member and volunteer at Daughters of Israel for more than 40 years.
Before his passing almost a year ago, he came up with the idea of a match grant to renovate the Slobodien Pavilion Dining Room, which serves residents receiving rehabilitation for sub-acute care, who are typically at Daughters for short-term stays. T
he dedication of the beautiful new space, which includes a gourmet kitchen with buffet style dining, took place on May 17 with Daniel Kram's family.
Pictured is the family of Daniel Kram at the May 17 dedication ceremony.
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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