An Update from the NICU at Hadassah Medical Organization
We spent the morning at Mt. Scopus, understanding the security issues, and seeing the hospital. The maternity area was filled to capacity and we were delighted to meet the mother and father of twins.< body>
Mission: Stand With Israel is Going Strong as They Meet With Avi Dichter
Hadassah's Pillar of Defense Solidarity Mission shares a light moment after a sobering update by Head of Homeland Security and former head of the General Security Services (Shabak) Avi Dichter in his offices in Tel Aviv.
Shabbat Shalom from Jerusalem
I'm writing while driving from Jerusalem to Ramat Gan. The rain is falling,
Shabbat will soon envelope the country and the bus stops are filled with
soldiers returning home. I can only imagine the joy of families waiting for
Hadassah Anesthesiologists Go The Extra Mile
What do you do when a patient needs surgery but is afraid and refuses to go to the hospital? Hospitals often tell the patient to come another time, or to try other hospitals. Not at Hadassah!
Jerusalem Mayor Nir Barkat Visits New England Chapter
Last Thursday, Hadassah New England held a reception in honor of Mr. Nir Barkat, Mayor of Jerusalem, who visited Boston for a private tour last week.
Quite Close to Home
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Department of Health and Wellness Sponsors Centennial Event
On Monday, October 15, Hadassah's Department of Health and Wellness and Hadassah Israel sponsored a Centennial Preconvention Education program on Personalized Breast Cancer Care at Hadassah Medical Center at the Hadassah University Hospital- Ein Kerem Campus.
Homeland Security Advisors Briefed at Hadassah Medical Center
At the Hadassah Medical Center in Jerusalem a delegation of Senior Homeland Security Advisors received extensive briefings on many of the aspects of involved in emergency preparedness and response – from assuring the presence of appropriate personnel to Post Traumatic Stress Disorder.
Celebrating the Ta Tas in North Carolina
The members of Hadassah’s Charlotte, NC chapter wanted to raise money for breast cancer research at Hadassah Medical Center. They wanted to do it in an innovative and unforgettable way—and they did!
An Update from Hadassah Academic College
This week, our College opened the 2012-13 academic year and welcomed a record number of 2,400 students from all parts of Israel to our undergraduate and graduate teaching programs.
Hadassah Congratulates President Barack Obama
Head of Hadassah Pediatric Urology Visits Cincinnati Children's Hospital
Dr. Ezekiel Landau, the Director of the Pediatric Urology Department of Hadassah Hospital, Bloomberg Mother and Child Center recently visited the Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center.
The Partnership between Hadassah, WZOA and the Jewish National Fund/Keren Kayemet L'Yisrael
Here is your opportunity to see exactly what the partnership between Hadassah, WZOA and the Jewish National Fund/Keren Kayemet L'Yisrael has accomplished over a century of time. Share with your friends, your family and members.
Hadassah Unites in Jerusalem for 100th Anniversary Convention
Netanyahu to receive preeminent Hadassah award, Peres to welcome delegates, at three-day centennial-year culminating event
Hadassah: The Ultimate Start-Up
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2012 Associates “Centennial Man”: Jack Wiadro
The National Committee of Hadassah Associates
(NCHA) is proud to announce its selection of Jack Wiadro as the 2012 National
Associate of the Year “Centennial Man” recipient.
Hadassah Collectible Commemorative Stamp Available Now!
Check out the Hadassah Centennial Stamp and learn how to get some for yourself and your loved ones in Israel!
As Hadassah Celebrates its 100th Anniversary, Chapter Honors Four 100-Year-Old Members
Four Main Line Hadassah members were each queen for the day as they marked their 100th birthday at a recent celebration honoring their contributions to the charitable organization.
The Epitome of Excellence
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Young Judaea Year Course 2012-2013 Has Arrived
Some 250 recent high school graduates from across Europe, North America, and even Puerto Rico, gathered under a twilight sky in the ancient city of Jerusalem. The young people were sitting in clusters on mats laid out across a grassy lawn in the heart of a quaint garden neighborhood. Suddenly the call of a shofar, a ritual ram’s horn, pierced the evening.