Caring for the stateless

A medical clinic in Tel Aviv provides basic treatment free of charge for migrants who have no insurance.

January 1, 2017 14:26
Terem Public Health Clinic

Terem Public Health Clinic. (photo credit: WWW.TEREM.COM)


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“PEOPLE WOULD cross the border and would be bused immediately to south Tel Aviv. Some would arrive bleeding from gunshot wounds saying they crossed just two hours earlier and needed help. Imagine, up to 80 people, and you have to choose,” recalls Orel Ben-Ari, the driving force behind the Terem Public Health Clinic in south Tel Aviv.

“I vividly remember there was an older man who came a number of times saying he he had pain in the lower back.


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