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Israel’s Education Minister Visits School at Hadassah Medical Center
“We pray that all of you will go home strong and healthy and return to your local schools,” Israel’s Education Minister Shai Piron told the children during his visit to the Hadassah Experimental School (HES) at the Hadassah Medical Center’s Charlotte R. Bloomberg Mother and Child Center.
Hadassah’s Outreach to Palestinian Colleagues--Stronger than Ever
Whether it is offering Palestinian medical residents a specialty fellowship at the Hadassah Medical Center or helping to set up a Cystic Fibrosis Center in Gaza, Hadassah’s health professionals are continually reaching out to improve medical care for their Palestinian neighbors.
Profile of a Hadassah Hero: Dr. David Rekhtman
While on a break from serving with the Israel Defense Forces (IDF) in Gaza, Dr. David Rekhtman, head of the Pediatric Emergency Room at Hadassah Hospital-Mount Scopus, came to visit one of the dozen wounded soldiers from his unit. This was his first day back at work after three weeks of serving in reserve duty.
Victim of Terror Saved at Hadassah Now Delivers Baby Boy
Adi Hudja Peretz, who almost lost her life in a terror attack 13 years ago, has delivered a healthy baby boy at Hadassah Hospital-Ein Kerem.
Israeli Paratrooper Begins His Physiotherapy at Hadassah
Israeli Paratrooper Hayim Levtov, who sustained hand and leg injuries while fighting in Gaza, began physiotherapy at Hadassah Hospital-Mount Scopus.
Israeli Hero Treated at Hadassah Hospital-Mount Scopus
Israeli Prison Service Officer Ariel Twitto was on his way to pick up his children from nursery school camp after accompanying a prisoner to court when he and fellow officer, Elad Biton, heard someone shouting “Piguah! “ (Terror attack!).
Hadassah Surgeon Ahmed Eid Performs Life-Saving Surgery on Jerusalem Terror Victim
Prof. Ahmed Eid, head of the Department of General Surgery at Hadassah Hospital-Mount Scopus, performed life-saving surgery on Chen Schwartz, the Israeli soldier who was shot twice at close range by a terrorist on a motor scooter in Jerusalem.
Wounded Paratrooper Ready to Go Home
Last week, Paratrooper Oron Ronen’s sunny, single room in the Hadassah Medical Center’s Sarah Wetsman Davidson Hospital Tower was full of candy, fruit, and small electric appliances. These were all gifts for the wounded soldier, who was injured in Israel's latest defense mission, Operation Protective Edge. After two weeks at Hadassah, he was finally ready to go home.
Palestinian Pediatric Patient Has Good Prognosis Following Liver Surgery at Hadassah
Eleven-month-old Sanad is recovering in the pediatric surgery ward of the Charlotte R. Bloomberg Mother and Child Center. His aunt, Basma is keeping a watchful eye on the curly-haired wide-eyed child.
Terrorism flares in Jerusalem area: Terror victims at Hadassah Hospital
A third terrorist attack occurred in the area of northern Jerusalem, the third attack in 24-hours.
Terror Hits Jerusalem: Equip the Tower Today
Our doctors and nurses must stand ready to receive wounded soldiers or victims of terror attacks every day! The need for the most efficient, ultramodern operating rooms does not end. Although there is currently a truce, which we hope will mark an end to the fighting, three terror incidents in the heart of Jerusalem occurred in the last two days; seven patients were rushed to Hadassah hospitals.
Operation Protective Edge: At Hadassah Medical Organization
I was privileged to visit some of the wounded soldiers at Hadassah Hospital. I also toured the unfinished operating rooms at the Sarah Wetsman Davidson Hospital Tower. Seeing the soldiers brought the message home: it is urgent that we finish equipping the first 13 ORs.
Romanian Medical Student Thanks Hadassah for Giving Him His Life Back
While on vacation, shortly before he was to begin medical school, David Fintzi was electrocuted when he touched an active power line as he got on a train. The jolt, he said, “blew me right off!”
Heart Attack? Hadassah Protocol Saves Lives
The Hadassah Medical Center’s protocol for victims of heart attacks translates into 34 minutes from the time a patient arrives at Hadassah until the blocked artery is opened, relates Prof. Haim Danenberg, Director of Interventional Cardiology. This is the shortest time in Israel and one of the shortest times in the world, he says.
World-Renowned Mathematician, Near Death, Saved at Hadassah’s Trauma Unit
When last October, David Kazhdan, world-renowned mathematician, Talmud scholar, and biker was run over by the wheel of a tractor-trailer while bicycling with his son, he was brought to the Hadassah Medical Center’s Trauma Unit close to death.
Shahar: Dawn of a New Healthy Life, Thanks to Hadassah’s Oncology Team
The difficult journey from a diagnosis of leukemia through life-saving treatment at the Hadassah Medical Center began for Shahar at about age six when she began to feel extremely tired in ballet class and found herself wanting to sleep an abnormal amount.
Operation Protective Edge Update: Hadassah Solidarity Mission
Hadassah National President Marcie Natan and a group of Hadassah leaders from the US flew to Israel on July 27 for a brief, but intense, tour of specific areas in Israel affected by Operation Protective Edge. They have visited the following places so far:
Hadassah On Alert: Operation Protective Edge
Wounded Israeli soldiers are being airlifted from Gaza to HMO’s trauma center in Jerusalem. Because of our world-renowned trauma physicians, the soldiers are alive and recovering.
President-elect and Jerusalem mayor visit wounded soldiers in Hadassah Hospital
In an act of solidarity with wounded IDF soldiers, President- elect Reuven Rivlin and Jerusalem Mayor Nir Barkat visited eight of the wounded and their families at Hadassah University Medical Center in Jerusalem’s Ein Kerem.
Art Therapy Enhances Healing at Hadassah
For the past eight years, students of the Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design have been meeting regularly with hospital patients at Hadassah Hospital-Mount Scopus to enhance their healing. The students come in pairs, once a week for four hours, and facilitate art activities with the patients and their family members, enabling them to express their emotions through art and to experience the fun of creating their own works of art.