Hadassah serves patients without regard to race, religion, sexual orientation or nationality. Hadassah does not keep statistics of patients based on their ethnic or religious background. The range of patients being treated at Hadassah reflects the diversity of the population in the greater Jerusalem area.
Hadassah is an international symbol of co-existence, a place in which mutual respect and peace can thrive. Transcending politics and geographical boundaries, every patient receives the same compassionate, cutting-edge care that is the hallmark of Hadassah.
The dedicated staff reflect the diverse population of Jerusalem; Jews, Muslims and Christians, Israelis and Palestinians, collaborating daily to treat the sick and the wounded. With medicine as the common denominator, staff, patients and their families are able to see past ethnicity, past religion, to our shared humanity.