4 Ways Hadassah Hospital is Preparing for Ebola—Just in Case
East's most prestigious research hospital is taking great strides to prepare for a potential Ebola outbreak.
Hailing from 17 Countries: the 39th Graduation Class of Hadassah’s International Master of Public Health Program
Keynoting the colorful 39th graduation ceremony of the International Master of Public Health (IMPH) program of the Hadassah-Hebrew University’s Braun School of Public Health and Community Medicine was 1999 IMPH graduate, Dr. Anna Marzec-Boguslawska, Director of The National AIDS Center, Warsaw, Poland. Her topic was: "Bringing it All Together: Building on the IMPH experience for effective responses to public health threats in an ever-changing world.”
At Hadassah, Four Recover, Two Tragically Perish After Light Rail Attack
On Wednesday, October 22, a car driven by a Palestinian terrorist sped into a light rail station in Jerusalem. The attack injured nine and sent six, including one infant, to Hadassah's hospitals.
Other Doctors Suggested Aborting the Baby. The Experts at Hadassah Knew Better.
Six months after the birth of their son, Tamar (Tami) and Yehudah Dror still can’t believe they have a healthy baby. But they do know exactly who to thank.
Hadassah Doctor Receives International Prize for Medical Innovation
Prof. Mintz, in cooperation with the Israeli start-up EasyNOTES, recently developed a method to perform a gastric bypass without a single incision or anesthesia, by using an endoscope to place magnets into the small intestine and stomach.
Hadassah Doctors Rescue Frostbitten Nepal Avalanche Victim
Hadassah's doctors flew out to Nepal to help victims of a massive avalanche that has shook the region.
Thousands Mourn Loss of Young Israeli Hero
Thousands of weeping Israelis of all ages accompanied Lieutenant Tamar Ariel to her final resting place in Israel’s Moshav Masuot Yitzhak, where her mother, Anat Tuchman Ariel, and her father, Hanan Ariel, met while her mother was on Hadassah’s Young Judaea Year Course.
A Mysterious Case Sends a Family Searching for Cures, Finding Hadassah
Nine-year-old Tasnin had spent most of her life going from doctor to doctor, as one cold and respiratory infection followed the next. For a long time, doctors were unable to diagnose the cause until Hadassah’s genetic experts identified the culprit and cured her--a breakthrough that will be highlighted in one of the world’s top hematology journals in the coming months.
Tasnin, who is the middle daughter of five sisters, was often so sick she had to be hospitalized. But doctors believed it was “just a virus,” and she would outgrow this pattern of continually contracting these respiratory illnesses.
Grateful Patients, Their Families, and Their Doctors Offer Thanks
Barbara Sofer, Hadassah’s Israel Director of Public Relations, has received many warm words of appreciation from grateful patients who want to express their thanks to the hospital’s supporters around the globe.
Head of Hadassah's Hospital Addresses The Economist Health Care Forum
"I was delighted and honored to be invited to such a prestigious meeting,” Dr. Levtzion-Korach relates. "I felt so proud representing Israel in general and Hadassah in particular. Here I was being asked about the Israeli health system, and I knew that the women of Hadassah had initiated it."
Hadassah Medical Center Receives Much-Needed Genetics Analyzer from Partner in Australia
The Hadassah Medical Center has received the gift of a much-needed Amino Acid Analyzer system from the Murdoch Childrens Research Institute (MCRI) in Melbourne, Australia, thanks to a collaboration between the two institutions, facilitated by Hadassah Australia.
South Africans Bring Gifts to Patients in Hadassah’s Pediatric Department
Representatives of the South African Jewish Community showered the patients in Hadassah's Hospital in Ein Kerem’s Pediatrics Department with gifts during their recent visit.
"We Shouldn't be Playing God," Hadassah Trauma Expert Tells Brazilian Media About Treating Terrorists
“If I could do anything to relieve the suffering in Gaza, I would do it,” says Prof. Avi Rivkind, head of the Trauma Unit and the Division of Emergency Medicine at the Hadassah Medical Organization, in an interview with a Brazilian newspaper during a Hadassah International visit to the country to meet with supporters and potential supporters.
UN Team Presents at UN Annual Conference on Collaborative Bio-Xplore Program
Bio-Xplore, a medicinal plant project of Israel, the Palestinian Authority, Greece, and Spain, was featured at a Hadassah-hosted workshop of the United Nations Department of Public Information (DPI) and Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs) annual conference. Guest presenter at the workshop, entitled “Changing Lives Through
International Cooperation,” was Prof. Bertold Fridlender, President of the Hadassah Academic College and Project Coordinator for Bio-Xplore, a two-year initiative, funded with a two-million euro grant from the European Union.
During Operation Protective Edge, Hadassah's Hospitals Care for Terror Victims and Perpetrators
Within a 24-hour period, the Iron Dome shot down rockets in the area close to Hadassah's hospital in Ein Kerem, and new terror victims and one suspected terrorist were taken to HMO for treatment.
Netletter: Rocket Terror, Flying Lifesavers and Underground Psychiatrists
Barbara Sofer tells us how our projects in Israel are helping to heal and renew the citizens of Israel.
Hadassah's Hospitals: Employing, Treating, Training Palestinians and Israelis Side by Side
Whether it is offering Palestinian medical residents a specialty fellowship at the Hadassah Medical Organization 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.
Terror Attack Survivor Gives Birth to Baby Boy at Hadassah's Hospital
Adi Hudja Peretz, who almost lost her life in a terror attack 13 years ago, has delivered a healthy baby boy at Hadassah's Hospital in Ein Kerem.
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.
Israeli Hero Treated at Hadassah's Hospital on 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!).