We are committed to preventing, diagnosing, treating, and continuing the research that could one day eradicate heart disease. For decades, Hadassah Medical Organization has been at the forefront of innovative heart research in the Middle East.
The Institute of General Medicine comprises thirteen departments and nine Centers of Excellence. Each a leader in its field, the Centers include the Unit for the Early Detection of Colorectal Cancer, Center for Aging Research, National Center for Down Syndrome, and National SLE (LUPUS) Center. Its stellar Intensive Care Unit is world renowned.
Compassionate, well-trained staff coupled with cutting-edge technology makes rehabilitative care at HMO world-class . Patients who suffer a stroke or traumatic brain injury, or have orthopedic or neuromuscular conditions, are among the primary beneficiaries of the multidisciplinary rehabilitation care at Mount Scopus.
Our young patients are treated in the child-friendly Charlotte R. Bloomberg Mother & Child Center at HMO in Ein Kerem and at Hadassah Hospital on Mount Scopus. The newly expanded Pediatric Intensive Care Unit (PICU) at Ein Kerem treats critically ill patients, newborn to age 16, who are recovering from operations for head traumas, congenital heart defects, strokes and brain tumors.
The Surgical Center in the new Sarah Wetsman Davidson Hospital Tower comprises the most well-equipped and innovative operating theaters in the region. Our surgical staff has achieved international acclaim for lifesaving discoveries in medicine and innovations in cardiac surgery; again and again they set the standard for new treatments.
Hadassah Medical Organization is known worldwide for its expertise in responding to medical crises. Its ER and Trauma Unit have played critical roles in treating victims of terror incidents and mass casualty events, in Israel and abroad. It was the first Trauma Unit in Israel and is the only Level 1-A unit in the Greater Jerusalem Region.
Youth Aliyah villages provide a safety net of services—food, shelter, education and love—to immigrants and at-risk Israeli children from poor or abusive homes in Israel. With guidance, nurturing, and first-rate instruction, students learn the skills they need to succeed in modern-day Israel.
Young Judaea ensures Jewish continuity through a broad range of activities. Young Judaeans have the opportunity to make a lasting personal connection with Israel, discover the joy of being Jewish and find new and enduring friendships.
Heart disease is the leading cause of death among women in the United States. "Every Beat Counts—Hadassah's Heart Health Program" events from coast to coast raise public awareness and educate women about the risk factors for heart disease and how to reduce them.
Hadassah Academic College (HAC) is dedicated to setting minds soaring and preparing young men and women for gratifying careers. The College is committed to playing a vital role in sustaining Israel's economy by helping to fill the need for superbly trained, highly motivated professionals and entrepreneurs.