Hadassah Australia creates sustainable social impact through healthcare and collaborative medical research to support a thriving, inclusive Israeli community and improve global health.

Gandel Rehabilitation Center

Be a part of this once-in-a-generation opportunity to bring hope, recovery and improved quality of life to thousands of people across Israel who need rehabilitation due to disease, illness or injury.


Author: Rose Livingston

Early childhood development - Goshen

The Goshen Project was initiated by Hadassah Australia and is based on the pioneering work of Professor Frank Oberklaid, which seeks to address the treatment of chronic illnesses among children as well as developmental and behavioural problems.



Two problems, one solution

Hadassah-Achotenu’s Nursing Scholarship in Health are closing Israel’s nursing gap and providing a career path for disadvantaged Ethiopian-Israelis.


Author: Jarred Sibel

 Inspired by the vision and values of Hadassah Founder, Henrietta Szold, Hadassah Australia is committed to
creating a thriving, diverse, equal and inclusive Israel by supporting healthcare programs that:

Provide undergraduate scholarships in health for young Ethiopian-Israelis
Reinforce the excellence of treatment at Hadassah Medical Center
Advance innovative medical research
Improve the lives of young people facing trauma
Support acute rehabilitation services
Enhance early childhood development

Don’t miss out! Register now for the Trauma and Mental Health Conference

Together with AUSiMED, Hadassah Medical Organization and Phoenix Australia, Hadassah Australia is proudly co-hosting the 2nd International Conference on Trauma and Mental Health in Jerusalem in September 2022. The best time to register is now - early bird rates are available until June 15, 2022.


Author: Rose Livingston


  • Prof. Yoram Weiss named Hadassah Medical Organization Director General

    Prof. Weiss, 63, an expert in intensive care medicine and anesthesiology, has worked at Hadassah for 31 years. For seven years before being appointed acting director-general last summer, he served as director of Hadassah Hospital Ein Kerem, one of HMO’s two hospitals in Jerusalem. Read more

  • Editorial: Ron Finkel AM, President

    I was talking to one of my grandchildren a few weeks ago. She is ten. She loves sport and she’s good (rose coloured eyes I hear you say). She is a student at Bialik College in Melbourne. The student population is divided in to three “houses” – Herzl, Weizmann and Szold. My grand-daughter is a member of Szold, and I couldn’t be happier. Read more

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