"We... try to make a personal connection with each patient, intuitively finding the chords that will touch them," said ben Barak.
"We also know that the staff works so hard that they appreciate musical interludes in their life-saving efforts. We hope patients will get used to this new approach and feel free to request their daily dose of harmony," said Eshel.
They will soon inaugurate a monthly musical service in the Sarah Wetsman Davidson Tower Atrium with fellow musicians.
With 500 beds, 19 stories (five underground) and state-of-the-art technical equipment, the Tower is the most advanced medical facility in the Middle East.