At Hadassah, one of the largest hospitals in Israel, there is an open-door policy for anyone in need. Whatever conflict may be going on outside, it stops at the hospital’s front doors. Read more
Hadassah is committed to advancing and developing the field of medicine in Israel. Read more
Dream Doctors, also known as medical clowns, are performing artists who use a wide variety of techniques during procedures to distract child patients and create a happy space. Read more
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The Achotenu scholarship program plays a vital role in ensuring the future of the nursing profession in Israel. Achotenu facilitates the training of nurses from underprivileged Ethiopian communities ensuring ethnic and cultural representation in the field of nursing.
The Jerusalem Crisis Intervention Center (JCIC) is saving young lives in a city with the highest rate of youth trauma in Jerusalem, where many of the young clients who come to the JCIC have a time-critical need.
The weekly cost for medical clowns to work 54 hours at Hadassah
Israeli hi-tech programmers work in conjunction with Doctors and Psychologists at Hadassah Hospital and Harvard University to develop an app that diagnoses early stage Alzheimer's Disease Read more
How a 4-month old infant suffering from severe congenital ptosis had her eyesight saved by the Hadassah Hospital's Pediatric Ophthalmology Unit. Read more