Senate Majority Leader Bill Frist Visits Hadassah Medical Center
“Hadassah is tremendous, an outstanding facility with leaders in the maternal and fetal health arena; a facility readily adaptable to predictable and non-predictable events, designed and prepared with great thought for the future,” said Senate Majority Leader Bill Frist (R-TN), a renowned cardiac surgeon and transplant specialist, after an intensive tour of the Hadassah University Hospital-Ein Kerem.
The Intense Light of Jerusalem: The Strongest Glare in the World
Barbara Sofer, Hadassah's Director of Public Relations in Israel, writes
about a poignant wedding seven years after a terror attack; HMO's
extraordinary work fighting AIDS in Ethiopia; and Hadassah College
Jerusalem's Environmental Health Sciences BSc program—the only one of
its kind in Israel. And she reports a conversation between glass artist
Dale Chihuly and Arthur Spector, architect of the Sarah Wetsman Davidson
Hospital Tower, about the intense light in Jerusalem, which has "the
strongest glare in the world." Read the Jerusalem Netletter
UN Forum Sheds Lights On Quiet Ways Israelis, Palestinians And Americans Work Together To Save Lives
In a powerful presentation at the UN today, a team of healthcare professionals from three major medical institutions that have been quietly working behind the scenes for four years reported on their efforts to save lives in Jerusalem.
With Israel In Crisis, Hadassah Responds From The Heart In Solidarity
Even though Hadassah’s annual national conventions are planned months and even years in advance, the largest women’s organization in the U.S. is able to shift on a dime when necessary. That is exactly what happened in Nashville, TN this week when some 2,000 delegates from all over the United States convened with Israel in crisis as the backdrop.
Young Judaea's Year Course Departs for Israel With Katrina Survivor
Mia Goldwasser, of Metairie, LA, almost missed being part of a record number of Young Judaea Year Course participants leaving for Israel today. The group’s only teen from the New Orleans area was on vacation with her parents in New York when Hurricane Katrina hit – but her passport and overseas suitcase were still at home.