The Sarah Wetsman Davidson Tower at Hadassah Medical Center, to be dedicated in 2012, will be the first to unite advanced medical technologies with a profound spirit of healing.

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Construction of the Tower continues at an amazing pace. Almost all of the exterior work has been finished and a significant amount of work has been done on the interior floors, including the main floor. To date, cash and pledges total approximately $257 million and $17 million has been raised toward the Tower's $20 million goal for 2011.

Major new Tower gifts and pledges include contributions to name the Synagogue, the Resource Center and the Pharmacy.

Unit Naming Opportunity:
Forty-one Units completed their commitments for a
total goal of more than $3,000,000.

2011 Challenge Grant:
The $1 Million challenge Grant, announced at the Society of Major donors Dinner in January 2011, concluded successfully. The Challenge Grant matched donations to the Tower of $36,000 to $100,000, one to one, thus bringing in more than $2 million in support.

For Hadassah, it's a world of healthy people living in peace. It's a Middle East made more secure by breakthroughs in medicine. It's a Jerusalem that respects the past while embracing the best of the new. For Hadassah Medicial Organization, tomorrow is about putting a human face on the most advanced medical technologies.

The Sarah Wetsman Davidson Tower at Hadassah Medical Center, to be dedicated in 2012, will be the first to unite advanced medical technologies with a profound spirit of healing.

A 19-story structure (five floors below ground and 14 floors above ground) with 500 beds, 20 operating rooms, a 60 intensive care beds and the ultra-modern Heart Institute.

Expanded Centers of Excellence: Invasive Angiography, Immune- mediated Disorders, Minimally Invasive Surgery and Computerized Assisted Surgery, Cell Therapy, and Molecular Medicine

Trailblazing research to realize the promise of stem cell treatment and unlock the mysteries of heart disease, cancer, multiple sclerosis, Parkinson's disease and Alzheimer's disease

Gene therapy, advanced imaging in operating rooms, robotics and computer- guided surgery, cutting-edge monitoring and telemedicine