Lights He said goodbye to Dr. Judith Galpern, a reference and pioneer of medicine in the region, who died on November 18 at Neuqun Capital.
Dr. Judith is part of the history of the city: She was the founder of Clnica Zapala, after being appointed an honorary member of the Medical College.
It is worth noting that her husband passed away in August this year, and Nine minutes reflected at the moment its history and its trajectory in a note.
Her daughter Silvia Martínez fondly remembered her, reflected her life story and provided surprising and moving historical data.
Judith (was) the daughter of Carlos Galpern, a Ukrainian, Jewish immigrant who came to the country when she was one year old. As a teenager, he lost his father and became the head of the family with six siblings to support him.
Daughter of Liza Milstein, a Jewess who fled Poland shortly before her entire family died in concentration camps controlled by the Nazis. Judith, heir to two survivors, the eldest daughter. She and her sisters Isabel and Dorita, who are committed to people’s health, continued Silvia’s words.
When news of Dr. Judith was known, the inhabitants of Lights they were noticed all the time.
The board of directors, associate professionals and dependents of the Medical College or Lights we say goodbye to our honorary member, great doctor and human being, born and raised Fire, the commission assured.
Pioneer of the trade Our city, which he has been developing relentlessly for more than fifty years, with deep sensitivity, unlimited devotion and an indelible mark of self-sacrifice.He went on.
The board of directors, the professionals and all the human capital of Clnica Lights they want Dra. Judith Galpern de Martínez with great regret ”, concluded the message.
Our deepest appreciation goes to this wonderful person and caregiver, who embraced the profession more than 50 years ago and left an invaluable mark on the entire community.
Likewise, the Jewish Cultural Center is from Lights He fondly remembered her and highlighted her tremendous career.