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“Rambam is close to my heart, and my associate, Dr. Miki Halberthal, the hospital’s director, is doing a great job."
An underground hospital in Haifa is ready for anything.
When war threatens, it is not only the IDF that galvanizes it troops. It is also Israel’s hospitals, whose staff know too well the tragedies of tension and terror.
Working nonstop in seven makeshift surgery rooms in the capital city of Ho, the doctors operated on many patients in particularly challenging circumstances.
By JUDY SIEGEL-ITZKOVICH
The computer keyboard – a daily accessory in highly concentrated contact with our fingers – is a natural to be contaminated with bacteria,said Dr. Yuval Gefen, director of Rambam’s microbiology lab.
All the operations were successful and the patients are recovering.
One of the kidney recipients, 36-year-old Muhammad Badarna, had been suffering from kidney failure since childhood: "Thank you from the depth of my heart.”
Hospitals at Israel’s periphery make up bottom of new intern list
The IMA’s proposed 24-hour warning strike on Thursday would put the public general, psychiatric, geriatric and rehabilitation hospitals around the country on a much-reduced Shabbat schedule.
117 institutions reviewed for report.
Rambam performs country’s first catheterized double heart valve replacement procedure on 72-year-old man.
The more senior Soreq will receive her $60,000 prize for her research on the neurotransmitter acetylcholine’s role in both health and disease in the brain and other organs.
Facebook has a new medical use: For the first time in Israel, Haifa’s Rambam Medical Center has begun to update the general public on queues in its emergency department via the social medium.
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