Largest city in northern Israel and home to country's biggest port

Haifa’s Rambam Medical Center
Israeli-Arab doctor heads coronavirus response at Haifa's Rambam Hospital

Considering her role within the viral response team at the largest hospital in northern Israel, Hussein has been putting in 12-hour days for the for the last few months.

A coronavirus-era window to the world – opinion

MY WORD: I have been wowed by panoramic vistas of oceans, mountains and green pastures.

Wild pigs patrol Haifa as city remains under coronavirus lockdown

"They come here and turn over our garbage dumpsters ... This is lack of protection. We actually feel defenseless."

Haifa’s Rambam Medical Center
High school develops robot to help protect doctors from coronavirus

'If the robot passes its 'baptism of fire' at Rambam we can, in a relatively short amount of time, develop additional robots for Rambam and similar departments in other Israeli hospitals'

Biologists work in a laboratory at Pluristem Therapeutics Inc. in Haifa
Israeli company uses placenta cells to treat critical COVID-19 patients

The company dosed three patients in two different hospitals in Israel under a compassionate use program for the treatment of COVID-19.

Haifa’s Rambam Medical Center
Coronavirus facility opens at Rambam Hospital using new Israeli tech

Rambam said in a release that a new remote monitoring system will be used for the first time in Israel in this new department. The system was developed by the Israeli start-up Biobeat.

Singer Nada will appear at the Back to San Remo Festival
Festival heads back to San Remo with classic Italian love songs

Italian and Israeli talents will converge to delight audiences in Tel Aviv and Haifa.

Biologists work in a laboratory at Pluristem Therapeutics Inc. in Haifa
Israeli cell therapy demand could be worth $2 billion by 2023

Critical Limb Ischemia (CLI) constitutes a significant burden on the US healthcare system, but an innovative Israeli treatment may be able to fill that requirement.

The sun rises over Haifa Bay, 2006.
Earthquake measured at 3.8 magnitude strikes northern Israel

Nearly 200 calls were received at the Israel Police call center reporting the earthquake. "It was scary. It doesn't matter how much they tell you it might happen, it catches you by surprise."

Government approves Haifa Port privatization plans

The incoming owner will be required to invest approximately NIS 1 billion in the port, including the cost of upgrading infrastructure and financing the layoff of approximately 200 workers.

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