The hospital without borders...

Amid the glitz and glamour of Sheba Medical Center’s 70th anniversary gala event, donors and doctors gathered to celebrate the hospital’s rich history of healing the protectors of the state.

June 20, 2018 21:16
The hospital without borders...

(LEFT TO right) Vered Grinboim, chairwoman, Israel Friends of Sheba; Sheba director-general Yitshak Kreiss and his wife, Inbal; the chairwoman of Sheba’s Circle of Friends and her husband, Galia and Yehoshua Maor.. (photo credit: AVI HOFI AND RAFI DELOUYA)


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Large balloon-like light fixtures emblazoned with the Sheba Medical Center logo illuminated a charcoal pathway leading to the hottest event of the year. It was an impressive and fitting first impression for a big birthday bash that brought together dignitaries, philanthropists and businesspeople from around the world who gathered for one singular cause: to celebrate seven decades of Sheba’s unprecedented success.

The two themes of the evening were celebrating the hospital’s familial spirit where everyone – patients and doctors alike – is treated as part of the mishpaha, and innovation.


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