Hadassah Hospital in Jerusalem has earned a reputation for its commitment to the delivery of patient-centred medical excellence. It is a leader in healing, teaching, research and community outreach, with each pillar setting it apart from other medical facilities in the Middle East.
Renowned for its biomedical research and cutting-edge medical treatment, Hadassah Hospital’s commitment to bridge nations through medicine has transformed the hospital into a microcosm of peace in the region, which earned it a Nobel Peace Prize nomination in 2005. The doors to Hadassah Hospital are open to everyone, irrespective of race, religion, nationality, gender or financial status, be they staff, patients or their families.
The hospital leads numerous research and training programs with physicians, scientists and health professionals from across the region and the world. Working beyond national borders, Hadassah personnel have a long-standing commitment to assisting countries in need of emergency, medical relief or training after natural or man-made disasters. Hadassah is more than a hospital, more than the most comprehensive medical facility for the people of Jerusalem and Israel.
It is a centre dedicated to outreach; a light that has been shining for more than a century into some of the darkest and most unforgiving places on the planet which are in desperate need of medical and related services.
Hadassah University Hospital, Ein Kerem is a 800-bed tertiary level hospital and a national referring centre for challenging cases, with over 130 departments and clinics. Recently opened 19-storey Sarah Wetsman Davidson tower with 530 beds, 20 operating rooms, 60 intensive care beds, and housing the ultra-modern Heart Institute. Hadassah Community Hospital, is a 300-bed community hospital servicing the heavily populated Jewish and Arab neighbourhoods of Northern and Eastern Jerusalem. Offering more than 30 departments and clinics.
The doctors and researchers at Hadassah have earned reputations as world experts in a wide range of routine and complex medical issues. These include:
To learn more about Hadassah Hospital’s biomedical technology, novel therapeutics, diagnostics, and medical devices, please visit the Hadasit website. Many Hadassah staff – including its famed medical clowns – are involved in a range of programs which has pioneered the development of a new para-medical technique. Hadassah UK has brought the Medical Clowns to the UK and are initiating a new project, the SMilE Project to bring Medical Clowning to UK hospitals and organisations.
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