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Maimonides Celebrates Black History Month


Maimonides Medical Center recently hosted a special celebration to honor Black History Month.

Highlights of the festivities included a performance by the Medgar Evers College Bloodline Dance Theatre, the National Anthem sung by students of St. Mark’s Day School, and a tribute to the late Supreme Court Justice Thurgood Marshall.

Maimonides President & CEO Kenneth D. Gibbs, spoke of the significance of Black History Month. Honorable Walter T. Mosley, NYS Assembly, 57th District, discussed the impact of Thurgood Marshall’s groundbreaking work during the civil rights movement in the 1950s and 1960s.

View the Black History Month Celebration photo gallery here.

Maimonides Medical Center is nationally recognized for clinical excellence across all major specialties. Our accomplished physicians are known for innovation and strengthening our teaching and research programs. With 711 beds, the Medical Center is dedicated to bringing patients the most advanced care available—anywhere. Maimonides continues to grow in response to evolving models of care that better serve patients and families, and is an affiliate of Northwell Health. To learn more, please visit here.