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Genesis prize announces grant to fund breakthrough treatment for Syrian refugees

"We Jews have for centuries suffered as refugees. Now it’s time to help others."


Conan O’Brien says Israeli doctors treating Syrians deserve Nobel Prize

Ziv and the Western Galilee Medical Center in Nahariya have been providing life-saving medical care to a few thousand civilians whom the IDF has taken from the Syrian border to receive treatment.

US envoy Greenblatt: World must see Israel’s treatment of Syrian wounded

According to a US Embassy statement, some 3,500 Syrian wounded have been treated in Israeli hospitals, including more than 1,000 at Ziv Hospital.

Ichilov hospital and Sourasky Medical Centre in Tel Aviv.

Sourasky Medical Center most wanted by medical school grads

Hospitals at Israel’s periphery make up bottom of new intern list

 Ziv Medical Center

Safed hospital seeks donations to treat wounded Syrian civilians

Hospital director Dr. Salman Zarka thanks all those Israelis who have already contributed and volunteered, as well as the medical staff who are treating the patients.


National hospital strike: Doctors, Treasury clash over long hours, budgets

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.


Medical centers to directly employ maintenance workers

Implementation of 2015 Histadrut/Treasury agreement to employ 1,500 hospital cleaning workers directly to take place in July.

Dr. Salman Zarka

First Druse to head an Israeli hospital

Col. Dr. Salman Zarka will head Safed’s Ziv Medical Center, bringing 25 years of experience in the IDF Medical Corps.

Ziv Medical Center

Woman who lost limbs in Syrian war treated at Safed hospital, making the total 366

Ziv Medical Center treats 47-year-old Syrian woman who was seriously wounded by a rocket that fell near her home in the embattled country.

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