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ER Medical, PC

Dear Patients, Good News!

We wish to advise our patients that for your convenience the Pediatric Office on Eastern Parkway will be going back to:


    • Sunday: 9:00am to 5:00pm
    • Monday to Thursday: 8:00am to 8:00pm
    • Friday: 8:00am to 6:00pm
    • Saturday: CLOSED
    • Monday to Thursday:
      • 8:00am to 10:00am & 5:00pm to 7:00pm
    • Friday:
      • 8:00am to 9:00am

If your child has a fever, please inform the front desk prior to your arrival and/or at the time of making the appointment.


Dr. Eli Rosen & Associates

Florida Chabads Sue FEMA for Hurricane Funds

Two Florida Chabad synagogues damaged by Hurricane Irma have filed a lawsuit contending that houses of worship are unconstitutionally barred from receiving disaster assistance through a key federal program.

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Boruch Dayan Hoemes: Mrs. Mindelle Feller, 75, OBM

With sadness we inform you of the passing of Mrs. Mindelle Feller, OBM, veteran Shlucha and educator who co-founded Chabad’s activities in the state of Minnesota as one of the first Shluchim sent by the Rebbe in the United States. She was 75 years old. Levaya times added.

Moshav to Kick Off Chanukah at Grand Army Plaza

The Largest Menorah of Brooklyn will proudly stand at the monumental Grand Army Plaza entrance to Prospect Park this Chanukah. The first candle will be lighted on Tuesday evening December 12, at 5:30 pm, with a grand celebration, featuring a concert by the Moshav Band.

Taylor Talks: The Mechanics of Positive Thinking

We’ve all heard that we need to “Think good and it will be good,” and that this is an effective way to invite blessings into our lives. Recently there have even been secular studies that suggest a connection between our thoughts and reality. What are the mechanics of how positive thinking works? Is there a way in which we can grasp this idea in a practical sense?

Memories: Secret 19 Kislev Gatherings in 1960s’ Moscow

For more than 200 years in Chabad-Lubavitch communities around the world—in the best of circumstances and the worst—these early winter days have been dedicated to preparing for the Chassidic holiday of Yud Tes Kislev, the 19th day of the Hebrew month of Kislev.