Arrival: More than a job – a mission

When he finished medical school, Wilbur earned rabbinic ordination at Yeshiva University’s Rabbi Isaac Elchanan Theological Seminary.

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December 28, 2017 18:43
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DR. TZVI WILBUR

DR. TZVI WILBUR. (photo credit: Courtesy)

 
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Dr. Tzvi Yehuda Wilbur leaves his home in Jerusalem’s Kiryat Moshe neighborhood by 6:30 every morning and devotes eight hours to seeing pediatric patients at Leumit clinics in the Binyamin Regional Council. Once a week he teaches medical ethics at Tel Aviv University’s Sackler Faculty of Medicine – where he earned his MD degree in 2006 – and every other week, at the Technion-Israel Institute of Technology in Haifa.

In addition, Wilbur learns Talmud with a study partner three times a week, organizes monthly Shabbatons for Sackler and Technion medical students, and is trying to establish an affordable English-speaking retirement community in Safed in the hope of attracting thousands of American Zionists.

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