Rabbi Dr. Aaron Glatt studied and earned his BA at YU, and received Rabbinic ordination from Rabbi Avraham Tzvi Wosner at Machon LeTorah Vehora’ah. He then received his MD from Columbia University College of Physicians & Surgeons in 1983. He did his internship, residency, and chief residency in internal medicine at Brookdale Hospital Medical Center, and a fellowship in infectious diseases at SUNY Health Sciences Center. He is board certified in internal medicine and infectious diseases. He is currently the executive vice president and chief administrative officer at Mercy Medical Center in Rockville Center Long Island. Previously, he was President & CEO of St. Joseph Hospital in Bethpage, NY, and a full Professor of Infectious Diseases and former Associate Dean at NY Medical College. Prior to that, he served as Chair of Medicine at Our Lady of Mercy Medical Center in the Bronx, and Chief of Infectious Diseases at St. Vincent Catholic Medical Centers in Brooklyn and Queens.
He has authored "Women in the Talmud", "Visiting the Sick: A halachic and medical guide", and 200 journal articles and presentations at national meetings. He served on editorial boards of major publications and on many government, hospital, medical school and public health committees. He is a spokesperson for the Infectious Disease Society of America.
Can mandatory vaccination be objected to? Who gets a vaccine first if there isn’t enough for everyone? And can a vaccine be used if a tiny fraction of recipients will die from it? This is a vintage video and is being shared here for its historical value and its content, not for the quality of its video
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