Galilee hospital launches research center with BIU

The research center will focus on finding medicine in various areas of research, and it was established with an investment of NIS 16 million thanks to donations from Bar-Ilan University and others.

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
February 3, 2019 22:24
Galilee hospital launches research center with BIU

CUTTING THE ribbon at the Bar-Ilan University Research Institute in the Galilee Medical Center in Nahariya. . (photo credit: Courtesy)

 
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In a ceremony to launch the Bar-Ilan University Research Institute in the Galilee Medical Center in Nahariya, Deputy Health Minister Ya’acov Litzman announced that he would transfer NIS 50 million to the construction of reinforced operating rooms in the hospital.

The research center will focus on finding medicine in various areas of research, and it was established with an investment of NIS 16 million thanks to donations from Bar-Ilan University, the Center for the Development of the Periphery, the Health Ministry and Raya Strauss Ben-Dror.

The ceremony was attended by Litzman, Religious Services Minister Yitzhak Vaknin, Nahariya Mayor Ronen Marley, president of the Friends of the Medical Center Ben-Dror and others.

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