Aryeh Even, 88,was a Holocaust survivor from Hungary who was able to rebuild his life in Israel. He is survived by four children, 18 grandchildren and one great-grandson.
A new problem has arisen for the mayor, the Jerusalem Transportation Master Plan, the Transportation Ministry – and in fact, for the government as a whole – from an unexpected source: Vladimir Putin.
Beitar Jerusalem pops in for a quick check-up and visit to one of Jerusalem's largest medical centers.
Jerusalem’s Shaare Zedek Medical Center prepares for a new era in cancer care
Lubotzky, a disabled IDF veteran of the Second Lebanon War in which he fought with the Golani Brigade, was permanently injured when hit by an antitank missile in 2006.
Ofer Merin, the recently appointed Director-General of Shaare Zedek Medical Center, provided a fascinating overview of his multiple roles as head of Shaare Zedek, chief of trauma services in the hospital, and head of the IDF’s renowned mobile field hospital.
Newly appointed director-general Prof. Ofer Merin is intimately familiar with what makes his hospital unique.
In less than three years, since the opening of the Helmsley Neurological Institute, Shaare Zedek has become one of Israel’s leading centers for the diagnosis and treatment of stroke.
“It is amazing,” says Eichel, “that in just three years, we have been able to develop a center that provides nearly all the neurological services."
Three infants died tragically in separate incidents on Wednesday and overnight.