This past spring, Young Hadassah Israel’s Faraway Places Project came to fruition as supporters officially presented 10 original works of art to Hadassah Hospital-Ein Kerem to mount in its Intensive Care Unit as a beautiful diversion for patients from the painful realities of their illness.
A two-day medical seminar on trauma emergencies, organized by Hadassah Panama, featuring Hadassah Medical Center trauma specialists, and sponsored by local companies and foundations, marked the third stage of Hadassah Panama’s ongoing efforts to help Hospital Santo Tomás, Panama's largest public hospital, improve its emergency care to trauma patients.
Under the watchword of “Prevention Begins with Awareness,” Hadassah Panama sponsored a “Hadassah Health Night” to promote health consciousness in the Panamanian community.
The magnitude: one million square feet; 19 stories, including five underground floors
Hadassah International unit leaders just returned from Israel where they viewed the crowded conditions of the pre-renovation Pediatric Department B; the construction site of the new Pediatric Department B; and the airy, bright, colorful, welcoming newly renovated Pediatric Department A. Hadassah International has raised over $900,000 towards our $1.5 million commitment for this renovation. Help us raise the remainder!
With the goal of emulating Israel’s public health system as they revamp their country’s approach to public health, physicians from the Uruguayan Medical Association visited the Hadassah Medical Center in May.
A 1994-95 graduate of the International Master of Public Health (IMPH) Program of the Hadassah-Hebrew University Braun School of Public Health and Community Medicine has been appointed Permanent Secretary of Health in her home country, Fiji.
Drawn together by their common drive to combat cancer, Young Hadassah France united 300 young singles for a night of music, entertainment and more.
Hadassah Mexico supporters Isaac and Sara Chertorivsky, along with their son, Salomon Chertorivsky-Woldenberg, daughter-in-law, and two granddaughters toured Hadassah Medical Center in April and dialogued with Hadassah Director General Prof. Shlomo-Mor Yosef about the structure of the Israeli health system.
As chief support of the Hadassah Medical Center’s Jerusalem Crisis Intervention Center (JCIC), Hadassah Australia welcomed Dr. Esti Galili, JCIC Director and head of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry at Hadassah, to Melbourne, Sydney, and Perth for one-on-one and small-group meetings with donors and potential contributors.