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Thursday, 18 Shevat, 5782
  |  January 20, 2022

Longtime Crown Heights Physician Assistant is Retiring

Rita Sachs, the Physician Assistant at the medical practice of Dr. Eli Rosen in Crown Heights, notified that she will be retiring after 24 years of service and making Aliya. A group of women gathered to thank her. Full Story, Photos, Video

Photos: Shalom Burkis/COLlive

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Thank you
November 15, 2021 10:26 pm

She’s compassionate

Really appreciated that about her
And when you spoke to her because you needed reassurance or were anxious, she gave you the time of day- you didn’t feel like a burden.

Wishing you much Health, Happiness, and success!!!!

would have liked to make it that night
November 15, 2021 11:16 pm

we will really miss you Mrs Sachs

Thank you for all you have given to our community

Much hatzlacha.

Hakaras Hatov
November 16, 2021 7:56 am

So beautiful, nice way to show hakaros hatov

CHT
November 16, 2021 10:01 am

I like her a lot, very caring doctor. A very valuable, integral team member of Dr. Rosen office. Without her it will certainly not be the same. I will miss her. Wish her success in the holy land from my heart.

You will be missed!
November 16, 2021 10:22 am

Wishing you much success! A wonderful person!

Thank you.
November 17, 2021 10:12 pm

Very intelligent and understanding doctor.

Thank you
November 21, 2021 7:07 pm

Thank you Mrs. Sachs! Much success in your future endeavors in Eretz Hakodesh!

The most "easy-to-communicate-with"...
December 3, 2021 1:18 am

Of all the medical staff at the Kingston Avenue office Rita is indisputably the easiest to communicate with.
Thank you, Rita, for being so warmly human yet respectful of all your patients; You’re totally devoid of a common shortcoming among skilled medical professionals- projection of a deity complex, yet you are able to make the patient feel like she is in good, caring hands and getting truly superior medical care.
Hatzlochoh rabba in your next passage in life.
p.s. Hope you’re not actually planning to totally leave the field of medicine; that would be a serious waste of talent.

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