Both the Cardiology Department and the Sharett Institute of Oncology at Hadassah Hospital Ein Kerem have been recognized for their excellence in the 2022 Newsweek magazine survey of the 250 best hospitals in the world. The rankings are based on surveys and recommendations from leading health professionals around the world.
Newsweek also included Hadassah Ein Kerem in its list of the world’s best “smart” hospitals for 2023. According to the magazine, “The hospitals that appear on the list of the ‘smartest’ in the world are the ones that make the most correct and efficient use of the most advanced technologies. The world’s best smart hospitals rank medical centers in 28 countries, leading in their use of artificial intelligence, digital imaging telemedicine, robotics and electronic functions.”
Hadassah Director General Prof. Yoram Weiss commented, “Hadassah has earned its name in Israel and around the world as a leading center of excellence, where first-class experts in the fields of medicine and science work, providing professional and humane medical care, leading in research and smart technological developments and training the next generation of physicians in Israel.
“The achievements that the magazine has chosen to honor vis-à-vis the great work at Hadassah—oncology, cardiology and the use of advanced technological systems—are a huge source of pride and a spotlight directed at only a small part of what happens here every day by Hadassah staff in all departments, for the future of medicine.” To read the entire Jerusalem Post article, please click here.