We support innovative medical treatment and healthcare at Israel’s Rabin Medical Center for one million patients annually. Partnering with the hospital, we promote the best care, research and technology to reach new frontiers in global medicine. We facilitate international medical fellowships with individual and corporate support for the hospital.
Rabin Medical Center seeks new ways to improve and extend patients’ cardiac health by building a new Comprehensive Heart Center to open in 2017. This Comprehensive Heart Center will accommodate Rabin Medical Center’s cardiology related medical services, placing all cardiac facilities under one roof. The Center will be planned by a team of leading American and Israeli architects with a modern design emphasizing staff efficiency and patient comfort and dignity. American Friends of Rabin Medical Center seeks a major donor to fund this important Heart Center.
The Davidoff Cancer Center, opened in 2005, is the leading oncology center in Israel and the Middle East, treating 130,578 patients last year. Funded through the vision and generosity of the Davidoff Family and Davidoff Foundation, the hospital provides for renowned cancer experts from major hospitals abroad with funded fellowships. Due to the Center’s high demand since its establishment, a major expansion will take place with six new floors added to the Davidoff Center to facilitate the increased patient load. The Davidoff Center has become a place of healing for all Israelis and calls upon your support to facilitate this vital expansion.
Coming as an intern from one of the leading internal wards for liver disease at Rabin Medical Center, which is Israel's leading transplant center, it was very important and informative to see how a large scale transplant center in the US works.
During my fellowship at UCSF I spent time with the lung transplant team. My host was Professor Jeff Golden who founded this program at UCSF. As a fellow, I took part in both in- and out-patient services and the full lung transplant process.
I spent one month at the NYU Steinhardt School of Medicine in the occupational therapy department. During my stay, I explored up-to-date evidence-based practices in the fields of early mobilization, cognitive rehabilitation, mild cognitive impairments, driving rehabilitation, and vestibular rehabilitation.
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