Saturday, May 27, 2006

PG County Hospital Info

Prince George's Hospital Center (H)
3001 Hospital Drive
Cheverly, MD 20785
(301) 618-2000

From GSFC:

Go south on BW parkway
Hospital is on the left around exit at Rt 202 (Landover Road).
Follow "H" signs.

Visiting hours at the Critical Care Unit:
  • 11am - 12noon
  • 2pm to 3pm
  • 5:30pm - 6:30pm
Note that only family is being allowed in to see Yoram. However, everyone is very welcome in the waiting room outside the CCU at all times. Yoram's family will be there intermittently from 11am to 7pm daily.

8 Comments:

Anonymous Ray Hoff said...

Keith,

Thanks for posting this information. I didn't sleep well last night thinking about Yoram. Our best wishes to the family and we'll be following Yoram's recovery.

Sunday, May 28, 2006 9:58:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Just read through the blog. I know this is a horrible time for you. Thinking of you all and hoping for the best for Yoram.
Piers

Monday, May 29, 2006 1:49:00 PM  
Anonymous Dr Gator said...

Jean and Family-

I am rooting for Yoram and can give hope. in Fall 2001 Nels suffered a massive cerebral hemorrhage while washing his car after work. This is internal but many of the issues of swelling and damage are similar. The prognosis was dire. Nels was in the same 24 hour by 24 hr stages,
so I know what you are going through.

Dr Falik did not have to operate (Nels was in Doctors, not PG). I hope for the same outcome for Yoram because healing did come. Lots of rehab. Dr Leahy of Neuro Associates in Greenblet is the absolute best. We had super nursing care at the DCH ICU and yes, visits were monitored.

Here's to the best for all of you -

Anne T

Monday, May 29, 2006 6:27:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

My prayers are with Yoram and his family. I am thankful that he has such great care and so many people to help and love him. We all hope for his recovery. May God bless him and keep him safe. :o) Jean H.

Tuesday, May 30, 2006 9:55:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Jean,

My thoughts and prayers are with you!

Lyn coleman

Tuesday, May 30, 2006 10:10:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I only had the pleasure of meeting Yoram a couple times but knew him well through his work. I forwarded his site to several of our foreign colleagues. He led the way in many directions and has more friends than he knew, or perhaps he did know.
My sincerest condolences,
Amber Soja

PS
I am attaching these, one from Johann Goldammer and the other from Anatoly Sukhinin.

Dear Amber
thanks for sending these news. We are extremely concerned, and we are with Yoram and his family.
Johann

Dear All!
It is a tragedy for world forest and wildfire sciences and for me personally, because I know Yoram from his excellent publications and I was met him with kindness in USA. He is a great scientist and we use his algorithm of small fire detecting in our Russian space fire monitoring practice from NASA receiving station installation year (1994) till today. I am and my remote sensing team - we hope that Yoram will get well, will recover and we wish to him a strong Siberian health! We try to support his family in our mind.
Sincerely, Anatoly Sukhinin.

Wednesday, May 31, 2006 8:30:00 PM  
Anonymous The Shvartzapel's said...

Our thoughts and prayers are with Yoram and his family. In this time of sorrow it is a consoling feeling to think of what a wonderfully fulfilling life Yoram lead. It would be honorable to not discuss how he passed but rather how he lived...

Wednesday, May 31, 2006 11:03:00 PM  
Anonymous Donald Comis said...

As a biker who works at the nearby Beltsville Agricultural Research Center, I offer my condolences. I was struck by a truck on July 4 a few years ago and knocked unconscious.

When I woke up on the road, I had no memory of anything just before impact. I felt no pain and remembered none.

Although observers would have seen the truck hit me and my front bike wheel fly in the air and my body rolling down the highway, I was unconscious the whole time. Had I not woken up again, what would have seemed a painful death was not painful at all.

Although the truck didn't make contact with my body, only my bike, and Yoram's case is different, I offer that as some possible solace.

In any case as a fellow biker and someone who has been hit, I can empathize enough to offer my condolences to the family and friends of someone I may never have met.

Monday, June 05, 2006 8:05:00 AM  

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