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“I don’t think there’s any bigger and better partner with Jerusalem than the Hadassah organization. The future of Hadassah…is the future of Jerusalem.”
– Mayor Nir Barkat
The Jerusalem Gateway Project is transforming the city into an entrepreneurial business center. Already, in the past few years, Jerusalem has gone from unranked to 25th on the global list of high-tech cities, and people are flocking to this innovation hub.
Jerusalem Mayor Nir Barkat sees the Hadassah Medical Organization (HMO) as playing a vital role in taking Jerusalem to the next level—attracting new talent and revolutionizing modern health care.
It’s a remarkable opportunity for Hadassah. As the population of Jerusalem grows, the renovation and expansion of the Round Building on the Ein Kerem campus will ensure a higher level of patient care, increase the number of patients HMO serves each year, and contribute substantially to HMO’s growth.
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