An HMO Update from National President Marcie Natan:
Ynet News in Israel reports, "A 3-month-old baby girl was killed and seven other people were wounded Wednesday evening when a Palestinian plowed his car into a crowd of people waiting at the Ammunition Hill station of Jerusalem's Light Rail." The baby died upon arrival at Hadassah Mt. Scopus; five wounded victims are now being treated at both Hadassah Mt. Scopus and Ein Kerem, with some even being released tonight. Israeli authorities are investigating whether this was an accident or a terror attack. We will keep you informed about any further major developments regarding the patients at HMO.
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- The Lapan Scholarship Program will give Hadassah the unique ability to recruit and retain thousands of qualified students, from Israel and from around the world, to the caring profession of nursing. This scholarship will be offered to all Israelis, as well as potential students from abroad. It is a gift of a lifetime, a gift to the students and to the patients they will serve.
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