H.M. Fishbon Memorial Library
Fishbon Video Newsletter
Issue 14 - March 2008 - New Computers, Your Health Matters and Mount Zion Memories
The Library has replaced all of its ancient (6 years old!) computers with brand new ones, thanks to a generous library patron. The Mount Zion Health Information Alliance hosts a health information fair on March 13, and we visit with endocrinologist Dr. Kenneth Woeber.
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New Library Computers
Through the generosity of Dr. Jeffrey Aron, the Library has new public computers.
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Your Health Matters
The Mount Zion Health Information Alliance is hosting a health information fair Thursday, March 13 in the lower level cafeteria at 1600 Divisadero St. Hours are from 10 am to 2 pm. Find out about the health information resources at Mount Zion and you might win a prize in our raffle.
Mount Zion Memories
A visit with Kenneth A. Woeber, M.D., long-time Mount Zion physician and a UCSF Master Clinician.
- Issue 6, February 2005
- Issue 7, May 2005
- Issue 8, December 2005, Mount Zion Chronicles
- Issue 9, February 2006
- Issue 10, June 2006
- Issue 11, November 2006
- Issue 12, March 2007
- Issue 13, August 2007
- Issue 14, March 2008
- Issue 15, December 2008
- Issue 16, January 2010
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Resources for Patients
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