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26-May-2012
While spending time with her daughter in northern Israel, Roberta (Bobbi) Ebert fell down a flight of stone stairs and found herself a patient in the Hadassah University Medical Center’s Trauma Unit, Intensive Care Unit, and finally on the Orthopedic floor of the new Sarah Wetsman Davidson Hospital Tower.
14-May-2012
It is often said that while Israel is not endowed with a large supply of natural resources, we are rich in brain power. This has been proven repeatedly in the last few decades as creative ideas continuously emerge from the minds of Israeli scientists and find their way to the marketplace.
14-May-2012
Using placental mesenchymal stem cells--which proved effective in pre-clinical trials--physicians at the Hadassah University Medical Center rescued the life of a seven-year-old Romanian girl whose two bone marrow transplants were not triggering the repair needed to save her life.
13-May-2012
With 80 percent of childhood cancer victims cured of the disease today, the need to address the complex issues that the young survivors face in the aftermath of treatment led the Hadassah University Medical Center to establish a Childhood Cancer Survivor Clinic.
13-May-2012
Brenda Godfrey, who immigrated to Israel from the United Kingdom 35 years ago and recently was a post-surgery patient at the Hadassah University Medical Center, praised her new temporary home in the Sarah Wetsman Davidson Hospital Tower.
13-May-2012
Leaving the crowded Pediatric Intensive Care Unit (PICU) on the fourth floor, the first young patients, on beds and in incubators, were moved into the new spacious PICU three floors above in the Hadassah University Medical Center Charlotte R. Bloomberg Mother and Child Center
13-May-2012
Hadassah’s Heart Failure and Heart Muscle Disease Center reaches out to the community to bridge the gap between hospital-based and community-based medicine.
13-May-2012
Our physicians are “hands-on, world-renowned professionals who work with patients, and when they do their R & D (research and development), they are much more focused to create solutions for the problems they encounter on a daily basis,” Chief Executive Officer Ophir Shahaf of Hadasit Bio-Holdings, the technology transfer financing arm of the Hadassah University Medical Center, told BioTuesdays.com in an April 17 interview.
13-May-2012
In addition to putting in long days treating patients and doing research, a large percentage of Hadassah University Medical Center physicians are officers in the Israel Defense Forces (IDF). Pediatric Surgeon Dr. Eitan Gross is an example.
13-May-2012
Dr. Peter Vernon Van Heerden, an Australian intensive care specialist with Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital, Perth, and a professor at the University of Western Australia, will shortly be moving to Israel and joining the medical staff of the Hadassah University Medical Center.