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Chabad Opens Medical Clinic For Moscow’s Jewish Community

Moscow, Russia

Chabad Lubavitch of Moscow recently opened an upscale medical clinic, the Rambam Medical center, serving the geriatric and indigent segment of the Jewish community.
 
The new facility is located in the Shaarei Tsedek Charity Center in Moscow, Russia's largest medical and welfare center.
 
Members can avail themselves of the center's state-of-the-art medical technology and numerous specialists free of charge, reported Fjc.ru.
 
The center's clientele is expected to expand in the near future benefiting greater numbers of individuals and families in the city's Jewish community.

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