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New Jersey Man Visiting Israel Finds Himself a Patient at Hadassah's Emergency Center

"The treatment here was superb, from the caring and concern, to the professionalism of the staff,” says Josh Rochlin from Teaneck, NJ, who found himself at Hadassah Medical Organization in Ein Kerem's Center for Emergency Medicine, after the car he was driving collided with a bus. The next thing he knew he was riding in an ambulance.

Mr. Rochlin, who was in Israel to check out a potential gap-year program for one of his sons, injured his ribs, clavicle, and scapula. Although in a lot of pain, he was glad to hear that his injuries would heal without surgery. Recuperating in the Sarah Wetsman Davidson Hospital Tower, he noted, “Being here makes it easy to get better. I’m so impressed. Thank you, Hadassah.”

Date: 12/18/2013

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