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Hadassah's Fertility Expert Caters to Hopeful Potential Parents with New Clinic

Despite advances in fertility, many live with the pain of unfilled dreams of parenthood. Last week, Hadassah Medical Organization's fertility expert Prof. Ariel Revel met a large crowd of potential parents in Tel Aviv at an open meeting where he and other physicians from Hadassah along with colleagues from the Czech Republic revealed how a successful program has been able to overcome one of the common barriers in fertility: the need for egg donation. read more...



April is Organ Donation Month

The first heart transplant in Israel took place in 1986 at Hadassah University Medical Center. Thanks to new research and technologies, Israel has put into place new policies that could increase organ donation rates by up to 20%.

A Kidney Donation, 10 Years Later

May marks 10 years since Hadassah member Katie Edelstein donated a kidney to fellow Hadassah member Belle Simon. Since then, they have remained in each other's lives, Katie and Belle have been an inspiration to Hadassah members everywhere, and even inspired a nurse at Hadassah Ein Kerem to donate a kidney to a patient in need.

Read their stories >>





Operation Music Aid  







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  • Hadassah Nurses Deliver Baby on Icy Roadside
  • Snow? Ice? No problem for our fabulous Hadassah nurses!
    So it was this morning on Road 443 which leads from Modiin to Northern Jerusalem, including our  Mount Scopus hospital. The road was jammed. Traffic wasn’t moving.  Dafna Cohen, Hadassah Mount Scopus head nurse in pediatrics, was stuck at one of the crossroads.  She heard a police siren and saw cars pulled over on the side of the road. Cohen could see someone was in trouble.
    She, too, pulled over, “I’m a nurse from Hadassah Hospital” she said. “Can I help”

  • You Can Save A Life.....
  • Hadassah Medical Organization (HMO) saves lives 365 days a year. None of those days are ordinary, or easy. HMO expects the unexpected. Just ask David Fintzi, 19, who was airlifted to HMO from a hospital in Bucharest, Romania, when they were unable to improve his condition. The Romanian medical student was hit with 27,000 volts of electricity when he unwittingly touched a train’s electric cable. He suffered severe burns and trauma throughout his body.


    The abandoned baby found in Jerusalem was transferred by the police to Hadassah Mount Scopus  where  Hadassah’s Medical Adoption Unit goes beyond medicine at each child’s check-up.


National News

  • Support Fair Pay for Women & Families
  • Women make 77 cents to a man’s dollar and a single mother of two working full-time at minimum-wage is living nearly $4,000 below the federal poverty line. America’s women and families are worth more and they deserve better!
  • Building Bridges to Peace through Medicine
  • The rationale for the Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions (BDS) movement against Israel is based on generalities—many of them uninformed—about how different populations live, work, study, and co-exist in the region.

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