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The birth of the Brazilian Jewish Beneficent Society Albert Einstein in the 1950s resulted from the commitment of the Jewish community to offer the Brazilian population a reference in the quality of medical practice. But the Society wanted to go beyond simply building a hospital. And so it was done, built with resources from donations and the work of a group of dedicated people, Hospital Israelita Albert Einstein was inaugurated in 1971.

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