Welcome to Hadassah Australia's March newsletter.
Welcome to Hadassah Australia's March newsletter, where we share our news, achievements and views with you.
Looking forward and thinking back
With only a few short weeks till we celebrate Passover Seder and the retelling of the story of the Exodus from Egypt with its refrain “next year in Jerusalem”, I reflect on a more recent Exodus and the yearnings of the Ethiopian Jewish community.Read more
Trauma and Stress: JCIC in the spotlight
The recent wave of terrorism in Jerusalem has reinforced the need for trauma and mental health services, in particular for children and adolescents. This is where the Jerusalem Crisis Intervention Center is making a difference.Read more
Welcome Jorge Diener Executive Director Hadassah International
During his current visit, Hadassah International Executive Director Jorge Diener has inspired Hadassah supporters through sharing with them his lived experiences working for the organisation with so many global facets.
Victorian Minister visits Hadassah Hospital
Australian VIP, The Hon. Minister Ben Carroll was enthusiastic about what he saw during his visit to Mt Scopus and the remarkable Gandel Rehabilitation Center construction site.Read more
Achotenu graduates enjoy meeting Suzy and Mark Suss’s friends
Melbourne-based Dr Mark and Suzy Suss graciously hosted an afternoon get-together in early March. Mark spoke about why he joined Hadassah Australia’s committee and his recent visit to the hospital.Read more
Hadassah Medical Center named a global leader
Earlier this month, Hadassah Medical Center was named in the Newsweek rankings of the World’s Best Hospitals 2023. This was the fifth annual assessment of 300 hospitals in 28 countries undertaken by Newsweek.Read more
Meet Sari and Yonatan
Meeting Sari and Yonatan, graduates of the Hadassah-Achotenu Scholarship Program, was a joy! Both Sari and Yonatan now work as nurses at Hadassah Ein Kerem.Read more
Heroes of Purim
As reported in the major Israeli daily, YNET, last week, Purim this year was amazing for a group of children hospitalised with cancer that left the oncology ward at Hadassah Ein Kerem for a tour of the Knesset with their parents, and a big surprise.Read more